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# 613 US North East Colleges hold first tournament

# 613 US North East Colleges hold first tournament

Action from the first ever US NECGAA tournament on Saturday Nov 9, 2103 at the Irish American Home Society center in Glastonbury CT. (Photo by Moher Rose Photography). The spread of Gaelic sports to colleges in the Northeast of America happened on Saturday in Glastonbury CT, with the first ever football and hurling tournament taking place under [...]

# 612 BU GAA Hurling and Camogie championships this weekend

In the Podcast, GaelicSportsCast talks with Ronan McCarthy, British Universities GAA Coordinator, about last weekend's Gaelic football action in Scotland, the Northwest and East Midlands, and the big event tomorrow Saturday, the BU GAA Hurling & Camogie Championships in Birmingham, UK. 16:09  

# 610 Al Ain thrillers, Super 11’s to take off in Mid East

# 610 Al Ain thrillers, Super 11’s to take off in Mid East

Lots of sun and green fields at the Al Ain Tournament in the United Arab Emirates last Friday. (Photo courtesy of ME GAA). It was thrilling stuff all the way in Al Ain, UAE for Round 2 of the 2013-2014 Middle East GAA League last Friday as the men's senior football competition ended in a swelter of excitment as both semis and final went to [...]

# 608 Kingdom Kerry top gun in London

# 608 Kingdom Kerry top gun in London

The Kerry flag flies proudly in the London sky as Kingdom Kerry Gaels were crowned 2013 London Senior Football Champions at Ruislip on Sunday. (Photo courtesy of London GAA). The London Senior Football Championship Final took place on Sunday between defending champion's Tir Chonaill Gaels and challengers Kingdom Kerry Gaels. This was a [...]

# 607 Europe GAA’s star is rising

Europe GAA came to Athlone for two days, Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th October, with them they brought some 400 players representing 27 teams from 11 different countries to compete for honours in the 2013 European Gaelic Football Championships at the Athlone Institute of Technology. Many were young Irish men and women emigrants on the Continent, [...]

# 606 London GAA Podcast

Emerald GAA Grounds, Ruislip, London. (Photo courtesy of London GAA). In the Podcast we look back with PRO Declan Flanagan on last weekend's London GAA cup, league and relegation games, and also look ahead to this Sunday's senior football championship final rematch between champion's Tir Chonaill Gaels and Kingdom Kerry Gaels. [...]

# 605 Middle East League Podcast

# 605 Middle East League Podcast

The Middle East GAA season got underway recently with Round 1 of the ME League taking place at Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. In the Podcast we talk about the tournament that saw a whopping 35 teams from across the Arabian Peninsula gather to play men's and ladies senior & intermediate football as well as junior ladies action. ME GAA [...]

# 604 Asian Games score with huge participation levels

In today's Podcast we look back on last weekend's Fexco Asian Gaelic Games, the three day festival of Gaelic sports and principle event of the Asia GAA annual calendar. Teams from Jakarta to Japan travelled to Kuala Lumper, Malaysia to compete in 11 competitions in men's and ladies Gaelic football, hurling and exhibition camogie. Asia GAA [...]

# 603 Tir Chonaill and Kingdom for football repeat, Brothers Pearse make hurling final

# 603 Tir Chonaill and Kingdom for football repeat, Brothers Pearse make hurling final

Brothers Pearse, the oldest GAA club in London, pictured here when winning the Intermediate Hurling title in 2010, are back in the bigtime as their semi win on Sunday sees them now into the London senior final. (Photo courtesy of Brothers  Pearse GAA). We had plenty of excitement, close finishes, near shocks and surprises in last weekend's [...]

# 594 Guernsey win first premier football championship of Europe

# 594 Guernsey win first premier football championship of Europe

Guernsey Gaels, champions of the first European Premier Football Championship at Maastricht, celebrate their victory, Sept 28, 2013. (Photo by Matt Sirett). Guernsey were crowned the top 15 a-side team in Europe on the weekend when winning the inaugural Men's Premier Football Championship at Maastricht, Holland. European GAA PRO Brian [...]

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