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McAnespies take season’s first title

McAnespies take season’s first title

One of the strongest senior football clubs in Boston, if not America, Aidan McAnespies showed again why they are a force as they crushed Boston Wolfe Tones last Sunday to take the first US Northeast competition of the season, the O'Brien Cup. The 'Tones had been putting in some impressive performances early on in the young season and looked like [...]

#223 Great Luxembourg tourno as Den Hague open European hurling championship

#223 Great Luxembourg tourno as Den Hague open European hurling championship

European hurlers and camogie players are looking forward to this weekend with no small amount of joy as the start of this year's European Hurling and Camogie Championship takes place in Den Hague, Holland on Saturday, May 7. This is the first of four tournaments in the hurling and camogie circuit and European hurling champions Belgium will [...]

#218 First Asia GAA ‘major’ this weekend – All China Games

#218 First Asia GAA ‘major’ this weekend – All China Games

The Asian GAA season gets underway over the weekend, when we have the first of the four Asia GAA major's of the year, the All-China Gaelic Games. The China Games return to that fabulous metropolis of Shanghai for the first time in 4 years where clubs from all over this vast country will descend on the new Shanghai Rugby Club at Waigaoqiao for a [...]

#212 Vive la France!

#212 Vive la France!

With 17 football clubs, Gaelic Football in France is thriving and tomorrow Saturday, April 9, marks another occassion to celebrate a truly French revolution as the Nantes Gaelic Football Tournament gets underway. Over the past five years the number of clubs in France is growing almost on a monthly basis, especially in Le Bretagne or Brittany [...]

#206 Molly’s take mens sevens

A very successful Wellington GAA Mens Gaelic Football Sevens series came to a thrilling conclusion on Sunday with two fantastic semi finals and a great final taking place at Ian Galloway Park, Wellington NZ. The first semi final of the day sprang something of a surprise with the unfancied Luke's Skywalkers out-goaling favourites, T-Shirt Time [...]

#202 All set for Wellington finals

The stage is set for the conclusion of this year's Wellington GAA Mens Gaelic Football Sevens, as last Wednesday's final round-robin action saw four teams qualify for the finals on Sunday. After being rained out the prior week in Round 4, all games for that schedule were given as a draw with equal points to the six competing teams. Thankfully [...]

#197 John Moores back to winning ways

Liverpool John Moores University, the team that won four UK championships between 2006-2009, returned to winning ways yesterday when taking this year's British Universities Mens Football Championship, beating defending champions Napier University of Edinburgh at Pairc na hEireann, Birmingham. This Division 1 decider produced a thrilling game [...]

Top fancies going well in British Universities championships

Top fancies going well in British Universities championships

After Day 1 of the British Universities Gaelic Football Championships in Birmingham yesterday, all the top teams in Division 1 are still very much in the hunt. Defending  champs Edinburgh's Napier University got a fright early on from Northumbria University when scraping home by a single point. Meanwhile, Liverpool John Moores University, last [...]

#191 Men’s Sevens time in Kiwi country

After the successful conclusion last week of the first Mixed Sevens football competition of 2011, the industrious and progressive Wellington GAA are not resting on their laurels as this week the male brigade are given center stage with the start of the Summer Men's Sevens. The new tournament saw six men's teams take to the field last evening with [...]

#188 US college boss supports International GAA approach

Following a statement by Member of European Parliament (MEP) and former GAA President Sean Kelly, calling for new thinking in how the GAA is structured globally, Eamonn Gormley chairman of the recently formed National Collegiate GAA of America, thinks that the time for a more world-centered GAA may be at hand. The Belgium GAA AGM was held last [...]

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