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Podcast Schedule Tuesday June 12 China Games report @ 3.30pm GMT London @ 8pm GMT Wednesday June 13 Milwaukee @12pm GMT Europe @ 3pm GMT Thursday June 14 Toronto @ 3pm GMT Edinburgh @ 6pm GMT (Times may vary due to any communications & technical issues).

Sydney GAA plagued by poor weather

Sydney GAA plagued by poor weather

More bad weather has hit this years New South Wales (NSW) GAA schedule, as the league finals fixed for last Sunday had to be called off due to heavy rains. Bad weather has plagued the GAA in Sydney this year as early in the season several weekends were lost to the elements while a couple of weeks ago the final round of the league was also [...]

#149 Kilburn oust champions while ‘Treacys shock ‘Emmets

#149 Kilburn oust champions while ‘Treacys shock ‘Emmets

Last Sunday's London senior hurling championship semi finals at Ruislip, was a day for the underdogs as Kilburn Gaels knocked off last year's champions St Gabriels while Sean Treacy's edged out the fancied Robert Emmetts. In the first semi final, 10 minutes into the second half, Gabriels had pulled back a first half deficit to a single point [...]

131 Clan’ oust league champs in Sydney

131 Clan’ oust league champs in Sydney

Yesterday's NSW GAA championships at Mono Park in Sydney produced some very exciting, football, hurling, camogie and ladies football as we had this year's semi finals fixtures down for decision. In the first mens football semi final, table leaders Clan Na Gael put paid to league winners Cormac McAnallen's ambitions when holding on for a nailing [...]

#130 Offaly claim four in row in ‘Big Apple’

#130 Offaly claim four in row in ‘Big Apple’

It was a joyous day for the New York Offaly hurling club yesterday, Sunday Aug 22, as they took their fourth senior hurling championship title in a row in this year's hurling final at Gaelic Park in the Bronx. This was a repeat of last year's conclusion to the hurling season, and it was Offaly again, who in a close match, proved too much for [...]

#118 Second half surge puts Barnabas into final

#118 Second half surge puts Barnabas into final

A blistering second half performance by last year's Intermediate champions, St Barnabas of Nottingham proved too much for local team John Mitchell's in last Sunday's Warwickshire GAA senior football championship semi final at Pairc na hEireann, Birmingham. In a game of two halves that saw 'Mitchells look in control at the interval, the Nottingham [...]