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#38 – Early shocks at Gaelic Park in the Bronx

#38 – Early shocks at Gaelic Park in the Bronx

It's 'Big Apple Monday Night' on GaelicSportsCast as we give you exclusive coverage of the Opening Day's games from Gaelic Park in New York. There was an early shock to the new season as Cork footballers overturned last years championship final result with a comfortable win over Down Sunday afternoon. Leitrim picked up where they left off last [...]

#34 – GAA numbers skyrocket in Sydney

#34 – GAA numbers skyrocket in Sydney

For the first time this season and long overdue it has to be said, GaelicSportsCast pays a visit to the land down under, Australia. Here we speak with New South Wales GAA Secretary, Dundalk native, Mark McGuinness about the explosion of Gaelic players in Sydney and surrounds,; about the local clubs and the annual competitions,  as well as the [...]

#33 – Harp’s spirit alive and kicking

#33 – Harp’s spirit alive and kicking

One of the oldest clubs in Auckland, New Zealand, Harps Gaelic Football Club since its foundation in 1986, has maintained its pioneering spirit right though to the present day. In the past number of years, the club has been boosted by an increase in player numbers following the recent influx of Irish immigrants to the city. However as with other [...]

#22 Napier’ finally come good to win British Universites Championship

#22 Napier’ finally come good to win British Universites Championship

After filling the runners-up spot for the past three years, Edinburgh Napier University's perseverance paid of this year when last weekend they beat Liverpool Hope University to take the British Universities Men's Gaelic Football Championship. Held in Birmingham on Saturday and Sunday last, Napier' had three points to spare in the final, while in [...]

# 16 Thinking of heading stateside this summer?

# 16 Thinking of heading stateside this summer?

Already, you might have it the back of your mind to be considering heading to the States this summer to play Gaelic Games. In this latest podcast, GaelicSportCast gives a  heads-up on what to expect as we speak with longtime Leitrim Senior footballer, Colin Regan about his experiences when he played football in Chicago and Boston. Colin, after [...]

#14 Progress on and off the field – Washington DC Gaels

#14 Progress on and off the field – Washington DC Gaels

Irish emigration levels to Washington DC, hasn't been as high as other major US cities and as a result Gaelic games in the country's capitol have been slow in getting started.  Nevertheless, the Washington DC Gaels have made steady progress over the past two decades in bringing the games to a young breed of American athletes, who find that [...]

#12 Olympics helped Gaelic games get off ground – Atlanta GAA

#12 Olympics helped Gaelic games get off ground – Atlanta GAA

In the southern state of Georgia, a state not known as a traditional stronghold of Gaelic games in the US, Atlanta GAA nontheless has been steadily making progress introducing the games to young Americans.  The new Chairman of Atlanta GAA is Kieran Claffey and he speaks to GaelicSportsCast about how the 1996 Olympic Games helped to grow Gaelic [...]

#7 Up and coming Asia harbours ambitious plans for future

#7 Up and coming Asia harbours ambitious plans for future

In our last visit trip to Asia this year, GaelicSportsCast speaks with Asian County Board Chairman Mayo man, Paraic McGrath, about the GAA scene in the region. Over the past two decades, Gaelic sports have been making steady progress where today some 600 players from various ethnic backgrounds participate annually in five major competitions [...]

#5 Fresh off the plane and couldn’t wait to start -Taiwan Celts GAA

#5 Fresh off the plane and couldn’t wait to start -Taiwan Celts GAA

Back in 1995, a hardy bunch of Irish immigrants ...fresh off the plane...and led by the late Derek Brady from Kells in Meath, decided that it was high-time their new found home in Taiwan should have a Gaelic Football team. Recounting those early days is Tipp native and club member Tony Lonergan, who explained to GaelicSportsCast  about the [...]

# 1 Singapore Lions GAA Club

# 1 Singapore Lions GAA Club

Singapore GAA Club IN this  first episode of GaelicSportCast Podcast, GSC visits the tropics of Asia. Here we meet with one of the biggest GAA clubs in the region, the Singapore Gaelic Games Club. Singapore's Asian County Board Representative, Gareth O'Brien tells about the clubs history, their success at the recent Asian Gaelic Games in [...]

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