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# 547 Boston Shamrocks take Benson Cup

In the Podcast, we reflect on last weekend's action at Canton in the US Northeast Division where ladies football team Boston Shamrocks were crowned Orla Benson Cup champions, Tipperary went top in hurling,  McAnespies got back on track and two other senior football teams indiscipline saw them finish as 11 a-side teams. Boston GAA PRO Rory [...]

#274 ‘Macs and Galway lead Boston charge

#274 ‘Macs and Galway lead Boston charge

It was a fantastic weekend of Gaelic sports action at Canton, Boston last Friday and Saturday as we saw new Boston senior football champions, Aidan McAnespies maintain their perfect record this summer when triumphing over Connemara Gaels in the final. In the mens senior hurling decider, another exciting final saw Boston Galway claim their [...]

Boston Northeast Championship results

Boston Northeast Championship Finals Senior Football Aidan McAnespies 2-15 Connemara Gaels 1-12 Senior Hurling Galway 1-11 Wexford 1-10 Orla Benson Cup Final Tir na nOg 3-14 Boston Shamrocks 1-6 Junior A Football Wolfe Tones 2-14 Donegal 1-12 Junior B Football Aidan McAnespies 1-10 Galway 1-7 Junior [...]

#96 Shamrocks gain revenge while Tipp top Wexford in Boston

#96 Shamrocks gain revenge while Tipp top Wexford in Boston

Last weekend saw some excellent fare in the Boston Northeast GAA Championships in Canton, MA.  In Ladies senior football, Shamrocks gained revenge for their recent defeat to last year's champions Tir na N'Og with an impressive win. In senior hurling, an improving Tipp boosted greatly by new Kilkenny imports, got the better once more of NACB [...]

#11 American players key to future success – Boston Shamrocks

#11 American players key to future success – Boston Shamrocks

With its large Irish American background, the City of Boston has attracted many Irish natives to  its meandering streets. For well over a century, by sharing a love of Gaelic games with each other, the Irish were able to keep in touch with their roots back home while making new friends in their new home in America.  It is no surprise then [...]