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Posts Tagged ‘central coast’

# 579 Penrith, Mac’s, Cusacks and Coast trumph in Sydney

2013 New South Wales GAA Club Captains pictured here at Mrs Macquarie's Chair, Sydney. (Photo courtesy of NSW GAA Facebook). It was the biggest day of the New South Wales GAA calender yesterday at Monarch Fields in Ingleburn, Sydney as it was finals day for the 2013 NSW GAA Championship. In the Men's Football decider defending champions [...]

‘Cusacks defeat ‘Shamrocks in Sydney

It may only be the second round of the 2012 NSW Hurling League in Sydney, but champions Michael Cusacks laid down a marker on Sunday when comprehensively beating rivals Sydney Shamrocks at Monarch Fields in Ingleburn. These two have crossed swords many times especially in NSW GAA finals. They met in three recent memorable deciders and each time [...]

New South Wales GAA season opens with additional teams this year

New South Wales GAA season opens with additional teams this year

The 2012 New South Wales (NSW) GAA season got underway way at the weekend with a full schedule of games at new venue Monarch Fields, Ingleburn in Sydney. This year sees a number of new teams in competition for the first time with Bondi Gaels joining the men's senior football league, bringing the number of teams to six. In hurling, Cormac [...]

‘Cusacks still undefeated in Oz

‘Cusacks still undefeated in Oz

Heavy rains Sunday week last, interrupted this year's NSW GAA Championship but things were much improved this weekend as fine weather allowed a full schedule of games. On Sunday we saw football league and defending champs, Michael CusacksĀ remain undefeated, while the big two in hurling 'Cusacks and Sydney Shamrocks went at it once more. In [...]

‘Shamrocks and ‘Coast going well in Sydney

The last two weeks of action from the New South Wales GAA 2011 Championship have gone for the most part along expected lines with the top fancies in all codes coming out with wins. The prior week's Round 2 games had seen wins in hurling for leaders, Sydney Shamrocks and Michael Cusacks, while in mens football there was wins also for last year's [...]