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# 485 New York gearing up for Connacht Championship weekend

# 485 New York gearing up for Connacht Championship weekend

At Gaelic Park, New York and Roscommon parade before the big game last year with the latter securing a comfortable win. Can New York fare better this Sunday against Leitrim? Gaelic Park, Bronx NY. (Photo by Peter Marney) It's one of the biggest weekends in the NY GAA calandar as Leitrim come calling to the Big Apple to take on host's New York in [...]

# 484 Emmets comeback falls short against unbeaten Kilburn

The early season cup action continues in London and in the Podcast we report with former London GAA Chairman Tommy Harrell on the latest in the Collins Cup hurling action. The Kilburn Gaels versus Robert Emmets game was a highlight and it didn't disappoint. 8:14 NOTE: Watch out for New York Podcast coming up later today ...

# 483 Smiling faces in Sydney

After a stop-start beginning to the New South Wales (NSW) GAA season, it was smiles all around at Ingleburn in Sydney yesterday as sunshine displaced the previous weekend's rainout and allowed for the continuation of this year's NSW GAA League. A busy schedule of games took place at Monarch Fields for Round 4 of the league and NSW GAA PRO [...]

# 482 Hot stuff in Willawong

In the first of two Podcasts from Downunder in Australia today, we focus on the latest news and results from Queensland GAA. It was a blistering hot day Sunday at Willawong in Brisbane for Round 4 of Carpenter Cup football, and Queensland & Australasian GAA President Seamus Sullivan, reports on all the action in mens and ladies senior [...]

# 480 Europe GAA Podcast

In our Podcast today we focus on news and results from across the European Gaelic Sports spectrum with Europe GAA PRO Brian Clerkin reporting the latest from six regional tournaments. 13:51  

# 479 Galway, Christophers and Cork to the fore in Boston

In what could be argued as the real Boston Northeast Senior Football Championship - the Pat O'Brien Cup featuring mostly home-based players - Sunday, saw good wins for Boston Galway, St. Christophers and Boston Cork. In the podcast Boston Northeast GAA PRO Rory O'Donnell reports on the three cup games at Canton, MA. 10:24

# 471 Sydney GAA season underway

After a false start last week due to unplayable pitches, it was all action yesterday at Monarch Fields for the start of the 2013 New South Wales GAA in Sydney, Australia. The rained out nature of Round 1 saw all teams recieve drawn game point-status but teams had to earn Round 2 points the hard way on Sunday. Here to report on the action is [...]

# 464 Seoul Gaels leading the way in Korea

# 464 Seoul Gaels leading the way in Korea

Seoul Gaels teams at the 2012 Asian Gaelic Games in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (Photo courtesy of Seoul Gaels). It's been a while since we focused on Gaelic Sports happenings in Asia so in our Podcast today we turn our attention to the Far East and to the country of South Korea where we profile the Seoul Gaels Club. Formed from humble [...]

# 460 London champs St. Gabriel’s second best in Dublin

St. Gabriels London Senior Hurling Champions 2012. (Photo courtesy of London GAA PRO Declan Flanagan). In the Podcast we report on last Sunday's Intermediate Club Hurling Final at Croke Park, Dublin where London hurling champions St. Gabriels had to give way to Kilkenny side Clara. We'll also be focusing on the early club scene last weekend in [...]

# 419 Toronto Championships Preview

This weekend is a big one in Toronto GAA circles as it sees the championship finals take place at Centennial Park on Sunday. In the Men's Senior Football final rivals St. Mikes and St. Vincents go head-to-head once more with last year's runners-up Vincents possible favorites to topple champion's Mikes this time around. In the Ladies Senior [...]

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