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#459 John Moore’s take British GAA Uni title

#459 John Moore’s take British GAA Uni title

2013 British University GAA Men's Division One Champions John Moores University (Photo courtesy of BU GAA Facebook). Liverpool John Moore's University took revenge on their great rivals Liverpool Hope in Manchester last Sunday when winning this year's Men's Division One BU Championship title. The two met in the 2012 final with Hope coming [...]

# 456 British Uni Championships begin tomorrow

One of the biggest weekends of year for the British GAA University circuit gets underway tomorrow with the start of the Men's Division 1 National Football Championship and Ladies Division 3 Football Championship. There are six teams in the premier event, the Mens Div 1, with last year winner's Liverpool Hope bidding to retain their title. They [...]

# 445 British Uni GAA Podcast

In today's Podcast we look back on the recent British Universities GAA Hurling & Camogie Championships from Birmingham, and check out the latest from the BU GAA Regional Football Championships. BU GAA Co-ordinator Ronan McCarthy bring us up to date with all the latest news. 16:48  

Wins for ‘Casements and ‘Mitchels but big-game clash abandoned in Birmingham UK

There were welcome results for Roger Casements and low lying John Mitchels over the weekend but the same may not be said for the two table toppers, Sean McDermotts and St. Barnabas, in Sunday's Warwickshire GAA League at Pairc na hEireann Birmingham. In Mens Senior Football, Roger Casements moved up two places to fourth postion when recording [...]

‘McDermotts stay top in Warwickshire league

After last week's weather disruption, the Warwickshire Football League was back in action with no major surprises over the weekend at Pairc na hEireann, Birmingham. Senior Football league leaders, Sean McDermotts (extra game) had a very easy win over fourth place St. Mary's, while next in line St. Barnabas, received a walkover in their game [...]

# 315 British Universities championships to go ahead despite weather

The 21st British Universities Mens Gaelic Football Championship, due to start Friday, will go ahead this weekend despite the bad weather but will see venues split between Birmingham and Manchester. The three day championships are held annually in Birmingham but because of freezing pitches many of the fields there have been ruled unplayable. One [...]