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#116 ‘Mac’s and ‘Tones edge closer to semis

#116 ‘Mac’s and ‘Tones edge closer to semis

We had some thrilling football action as well as a big surprise in the hurling in the Northeast GAA Championships over the weekend at Canton, MA. In senior football, Wolfe Tones heading the table, crossed swords with Armagh Notre Dame who needed a result to keep their hopes of adding senior honours to their Intermediate crown of last year. In a [...]

#115 American underage championships a huge success at Long Island

#115 American underage championships a huge success at Long Island

                                                                                                    ]The 7th annual GAA Continental Youth Championships (CYC) held in Long Island, NY over the weekend, turned out once again to be a fantastic [...]

Sydney games cancelled

Once more Mother Nature has put the kibosh on GAA fixtures around the world. Last weekend saw the good folks in Milwaukee, Wisconsin having to cancel their games due to flooding, a week later it's the turn of the Ozzie brigade as their 5th and final round of the NSW Championships in Sydney was cancelled today also because of flooding. Heavy rain [...]

#114 Ulster and ‘Treacy’s into San Fran final

#114 Ulster and ‘Treacy’s into San Fran final

Last year's 2009 San Francisco Mens Senior Football champions, Ulster will take on their great rivals Sean Treacy’s to decide this year's championship.  Over the last two rounds, there were wins for Sean Treacys over the SF Celts, Sons of Boru over the Celts while Ulster topped 'Treacy's and drew with 'Boru. In the last and final round next [...]

#113 Confidence booster for Erin go Bragh

#113 Confidence booster for Erin go Bragh

Erin Go Bragh and Sean McDermott's, after their thrilling one point encounter a week ago in the Warwickshire Mens Senior Football Championship, the two met again on Sunday in Pairc na hEireann in Birmingham in the league. This time around underdogs Erin go Bragh had a confidence boosting win with a comfortable margin to spare. Meanwhile,in a [...]

#112 Champions shocked in Boston

#112 Champions shocked in Boston

Last year's senior football champions St Christophers suffered a shock defeat to Galway at Canton on Sunday.  The loss leaves the champions really having to win their last three games of the regular season in order to qualify for the semi-finals. Meanwhile, ill discipline once more showed its ugly head as in Kerry's one point win over Connemara [...]

#111 Clan’ finally overcome Mac’s to go tops in Sydney

#111 Clan’ finally overcome Mac’s to go tops in Sydney

Clan Na Gael continued their recent good form, when for the first time in two years, they beat Cormac McAnallens in the NSW Senior Mens Football Championship yesterday in Sydney. In the other football game on Sunday, Penrith Gaels triumphed over Young Irelands and this defeat sees last year's champions YI move to the bottom of the table.  [...]

#110 NY Donegal move into playoff mix as Kerry slip

#110 NY Donegal move into playoff mix as Kerry slip

This weekends New York GAA championship games were played at two venues, in Gaelic Park and at the new Rockland GAA Fields which opened on Friday in Orangeburg, NY.  In Rockland, in the mens senior football championship, Tyrone kept up their recent good form when beating Sligo, while at headquarters in the Bronx, a rejuvenated Donegal [...]

#109 Packy’s stop Tracks

#109 Packy’s stop Tracks

It's gettin' down to the business end of the Milwaukee Hurling League as last Sunday saw the completion of Rd 8, leaving just two rounds left to play before the MHC Playoffs. The Packy's versus Tracks game was eagerly awaited as they shared the same record on 5-1. The match-up didn't disappoint but it was the stylish point scoring Packys who [...]

#106 McDermott’s edge into semi-final in Birmingham

#106 McDermott’s edge into semi-final in Birmingham

In Round 3 of the Warwickshire Senior Football Championship at Pairc na hEireann in Birmingham on Sunday, we had Sean McDermott's squaring off against Erin go Bragh. After a close opening half which saw Erin' start better, 'McDermott's took an early second half lead with a goal and looked to be cruising thereafter, however their opponents were [...]

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