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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 [...]

#279 Nationals – Podcast 2

In the second of our reports today on last weekend's North American GAA Finals, we here from NACB GAA PRO, Tim Flanagan. Tim takes us though all the championship games and finals we hadn't touched on in Podcast 1. 18:29

#278 Nationals Podcast 1 – Northeast and Canada perspectives

Today in the first of a two part podcast series, GaelicSportsCast looks back on last weeks 2011 North American GAA Finals. San Francisco GAA had the honor of hosting this year's Nationals where over three days from Sept 2-4 at their new facilities at Treasure Island, teams from all across America and Canada gathered for men's and ladies' [...]

#277 North American Nationals begin

#277 North American Nationals begin

Today in San Francisco we see the start of the principal competition for Gaelic sports in the US, the North American GAA National Finals. The event is being hosted this year by San Francisco GAA at their new facility, Pairc na nGael at Treasure Island and over the next three days some 85 teams from all across America will be joined by their [...]

‘Shamrock’s shocked in Sydney

‘Shamrock’s shocked in Sydney

Sunday's NSW League semi finals produced a shock of shocks when hurling table toppers and champions Sydney Shamrock's got dumped out of this year's competition. Central Coast put an end to the run of the 2010 double League and Championship winners and they did it with room to spare as six points separated the sides at the final whistle. In [...]

#181 Flyer’s and ‘Time impress in great night in Wellington

It was an absolutely great night for Gaelic football in Wellington, NZ on Wednesday evening last as spectators were treated to thrilling games in the second Wellington Mixed Sevens competition at Ian Galloway Park.  The pre Christmas sevens was such a  success that there was a call for another mixed sevens competition and so on a lovely [...]

#165 Record numbers for Wellington ‘Sevens

#165 Record numbers for Wellington ‘Sevens

There will be much excitement in the summer air tomorrow evening, Wed November 17 at Galloway Park in Wellington, NZ as this year's Mixed Gaelic Football Sevens Round 1 has attracted the largest number of teams ever assembled for this three year old tournament.  The continuing arrival of Irish immigrants to Kiwi shores together with increased [...]

St Mary’s rule Warwickshire

St Mary’s rule Warwickshire

Last Sunday, turned out to be a fantastic day for St Mary's GFC as the celebrated their 50th year playing football in Wolverhampton by taking the 2010 Warwickshire Intermediate Championship at Pairc na hEireann, Birmingham. St Mary's were up against Birmingham side, John Mitchells and the decider proved a tough experience for the locals as they [...]

#151 Leitrim kings of New York

#151 Leitrim kings of New York

In a thrilling senior football championship final at Gaelic Park, the Bronx, NY on Sunday, Leitrim bridged a 12 year gap to take this year's title when overcoming Cork by a single point in a pulsating extra time encounter. From start to finish it was nailing biting stuff as the lead changed hands on several occasions. All square at the break [...]