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British Universities Div 3 preview

This weekend sees the third installment of the British Universities GAA Mens Gaelic Football Championship when teams from all across the UK gather for the largest tournament in the championship, the Division 3 Finals. This competition is one of the most eagerly awaited of the three 'Championship Divisions (1 & 2 also) as it features many [...]

#319 Semi places booked in Kiwi country

Round 5 of the 2012 Gaelic Football Mixed Summer Sevens was held this evening Thursday at Ian Galloway Park in Wellington, NZ  - evening time in Wellington, very early morning Ireland (yes, it can get confusing at times!) - where important games were down for decision to see who would make the finals this Sunday. After Round 4 last week, it [...]

# 316 ‘Bears and ‘Runners on top

In the podcast today we look at the latest from Downunder in New Zealand where the Wellington Summer 2 Mixed Sevens is entering the concluding stages. Last week saw Wednesday's schedule rained out, but fortunately, Wellington GAA were able to reschedule for the following night with five games played. This Wednesday saw seven games down for [...]

#314 ‘Badgers and ‘Runners grab first victories

Round 2 of the Wellington Summer 2012 Football Mixed Sevens took place on Wednesday at Ian Galloway Park and there was some notable victories for local favorites. Two teams, Dasey's Midnight Runners and The Moves Like badger, are made up of mostly local Kiwi players and they recorded impressive first wins on Wednesday evening. Also going [...]

#307 NY Tyrone looking to the future

#307 NY Tyrone looking to the future

In today's podcast GaelicSportsCast continues its series profiling GAA clubs in the New York region when looking at the New York Tyrone Gaelic Football club out of the Bronx. NY Tyrone fields both Junior and Senior squads and while this year was a tough one for the juniors it was a magnificent year for the seniors who finished the league top of [...]

#294 Hong Kong, Singapore and Mongolia Khans impress at Asian Gaelic Games

#294 Hong Kong, Singapore and Mongolia Khans impress at Asian Gaelic Games

Gaelic Sports are thriving around the world at present as was clearly seen at the recent Fexco 2011 Asian Gaelic Games when the largest ever contingent of teams gathered at Suwon City outside Seoul in South Korea for the popular annual event. Hosted in a different city each year, the Asian Gaelic Games (AGG) since its foundation 15 years ago [...]

#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 [...]

#285 ‘Towers back in senior football, ‘Emmetts and ‘Gabriels to battle for London hurling crown

#285 ‘Towers back in senior football, ‘Emmetts and ‘Gabriels to battle for London hurling crown

Another fantastic international schedule of Gaelic sports action took place last weekend this time Thameside London was the location. At Ruislip we had the much anticipated replay of the London Intermediate Football Championship Final as well as two very eagerly awaited senior hurling championship semi finals. Two weeks ago, Round Towers and [...]

#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 [...]

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