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#290 Robert Emmett’s kings of London hurling once again

#290 Robert Emmett’s kings of London hurling once again

In a very entertaining London GAA Senior Hurling Championship Final last Sunday at Ruislip, favorites Robert Emmetts did enough against St Gabriels in the closing stages to once again claim top spot in the London hurling realm. These two established London hurling powers had met last in the final in 2009 with the 'Gabriels coming out winners [...]

#286 Leitrim retain New York title in OT thriller

#286 Leitrim retain New York title in OT thriller

As the players of NY Leitrim and Tyrone in contesting for the 2011 New York senior football championship left the field at Gaelic Park the Bronx yesterday afternoon, the large crowd gave the teams a standing ovation as they had just witnessed one of the greatest senior football finals in the city in years. A fantastic game of football saw [...]

#284 Tyrone and Leitrim into final as NY Dubs’ crowned intermediate champions

#284 Tyrone and Leitrim into final as NY Dubs’ crowned intermediate champions

The place to be for followers of Gaelic sports in the 'Big Apple' was at Gaelic Park in the Bronx last weekend as this year's New York Intermediate Football Championship was decided as well as the not so small matter of finding out what two teams would reach this year's senior football championship final. On Saturday, the Dubs and the Kingdom [...]

#279 Nationals – Podcast 2

In the second of our reports today on last weekend's North American GAA Finals, we here from NACB GAA PRO, Tim Flanagan. Tim takes us though all the championship games and finals we hadn't touched on in Podcast 1. 18:29

#278 Nationals Podcast 1 – Northeast and Canada perspectives

Today in the first of a two part podcast series, GaelicSportsCast looks back on last weeks 2011 North American GAA Finals. San Francisco GAA had the honor of hosting this year's Nationals where over three days from Sept 2-4 at their new facilities at Treasure Island, teams from all across America and Canada gathered for men's and ladies' [...]

#277 North American Nationals begin

#277 North American Nationals begin

Today in San Francisco we see the start of the principal competition for Gaelic sports in the US, the North American GAA National Finals. The event is being hosted this year by San Francisco GAA at their new facility, Pairc na nGael at Treasure Island and over the next three days some 85 teams from all across America will be joined by their [...]

#272 ‘Wolves Kuwait chapter play their part

#272 ‘Wolves Kuwait chapter play their part

Last September members of the Barley House Wolves Hurling team - a club founded in 2005 by US soldiers at Shannon airport when on route home after a 1 year tour of duty in Iraq - were redeployed to Kuwait and this time packed their hurls along with their rifles. In Kuwait in-between missions, they kept their touch in on base with late night [...]

#271 The Phoenix Gaels footballers in the Sonora Desert

#271 The Phoenix Gaels footballers in the Sonora Desert

While the All Ireland Hurling Final takes center stage in Ireland this week, North America too will be attracting followers of Gaelic sports as the annual US National Finals are set to begin on Friday, Sept 2-4 at Treasure Island, San Francisco. Clubs from all across America and even Canada will be making their way to the Golden State in [...]

#263 Kiernan’s shock Neasden’ in London football opener

One of the surprises of the first round of the London GAA Football Championship in Ruislip last weeeknd was the victory of St Kiernans over defending champions, Neasden Gaels. It turned out to be a thriller with 'Kiernans holding on in the end by the minimum, while in the other Group 2 game on Saturday, Fulham Irish had a comfortable win over [...]

‘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 Cusacks remain undefeated, while the big two in hurling 'Cusacks and Sydney Shamrocks went at it once more. In [...]

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