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#145 Parnells take out London champs

#145 Parnells take out London champs

We had plenty of excitement last Sunday in Ruislip as there was both junior and intermediate football titles up for grabs and also two senior semi finals to decide this year's London football championship pairing. Let's start with the seniors. Tir Chonaill Gaels were going for their fourth championship win in a row but a shock was on the cards as [...]

#125 Down to semis in Boston

#125 Down to semis in Boston

It's playoff time in Boston as this weekend sees two semi finals in mens senior football and one semi final in hurling take center stage at Canton outside Boston.  This means that last weekend was crunch time for teams trying desperately to stay in contention for a playoff birth. One such team in the football was last year's Intermediate [...]

#121 Orange groves, palm trees and hurling

#121 Orange groves, palm trees and hurling

The trend of American adults taking up the ancient game of hurling continues at breathtaking pace. A month hardly goes by in the US these days without another  new all American hurling club arriving on the horizon. One of the latest is the central Florida club, the Orlando Hurling Club. Founded last winter by American, Scott Graves, the club, [...]

#120 Tir na nOg retain Boston Northeast title

#120 Tir na nOg retain Boston Northeast title

In ladies senior football on Sunday in Canton, MA, reigning champion's Tir na nOg once more outshone rivals,  Boston Shamrocks to take their second ladies Boston Northeast Championship title.  The holders led the series by 2-1 going into the game and a win would see them retain their crown. Tir na nOg led by 8 at the break and though a never [...]