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#105 Shocks galore to open London Championship

#105 Shocks galore to open London Championship

There was a plethora of shocks at Ruislip for the start of the 2010 London GAA Football and Hurling Championships last weekend. In mens senior football we saw last year's intermediate champions St Kiernans take on and beat their senior counterparts, Tir Chonail Gaels in a great game. In senior hurling meanwhile, the surprises continued as 2009 [...]

#104 Champs down Blues again while Donegal topple ‘Macs in Boston

#104 Champs down Blues again while Donegal topple ‘Macs in Boston

There was some thrilling senior football clashes last weekend in the Boston Northeast GAA Championships at Canton, MA. St Christophers who beat Shannon Blues last year to take the championship title, proved best yet again with a come from behind win. In another thriller Aidan McAnespies and Donegal, as they have done so many times in the past, [...]

#99 Fog City take title as heat turned up in San Fran

#99 Fog City take title as heat turned up in San Fran

Last weekend, Fog City Harps added another Ladies Senior Football Championship crown to their long and growing number of San Francisco titles. The recent St Patrick's Cup winners once again proved too much to handle for Na Saoirse when easing to a 2-14 (20) to 0-02 victory. Fog City will now go on to defend their North American County Board [...]

#98 ‘McDermotts end St Barnabas run as Lancashire tops in Britain

#98 ‘McDermotts end St Barnabas run as Lancashire tops in Britain

The second round of the Warwickshire Senior Football Championship was held last weekend in the County of Warwickshire in the West Midlands of England. St Barnabas had been unbeaten all season long but they saw their winning streak end at the hands of last year's champions and Birmingham powerhouse, Sean McDermotts. In a very close game, [...]

#97 Neasden Gaels beat Tir Chonaill to take first Tipp Cup

#97 Neasden Gaels beat Tir Chonaill to take first Tipp Cup

In London last weekend we saw a repeat of last year's senior football championship final when Neasden Gaels took on the champions Tir Chonaill Gaels in the Tipperary Cup final at Ruislip. Neasden also lost the championship decider to their fierce rivals back in 2008, however they took the spoils and their first Tipp Cup last Saturday. The win [...]

#96 Shamrocks gain revenge while Tipp top Wexford in Boston

#96 Shamrocks gain revenge while Tipp top Wexford in Boston

Last weekend saw some excellent fare in the Boston Northeast GAA Championships in Canton, MA.  In Ladies senior football, Shamrocks gained revenge for their recent defeat to last year's champions Tir na N'Og with an impressive win. In senior hurling, an improving Tipp boosted greatly by new Kilkenny imports, got the better once more of NACB [...]

‘Cusacks and ‘Shamrocks lead way in Sydney

‘Cusacks and ‘Shamrocks lead way in Sydney

Following a break after the conclusion of the recent New South Wales (NSW) League, we saw a return to Gaelic sports action with the start of the NSW GAA Championship two weeekends ago at Mono Park, Sydney. To get things rolling, there was a very exciting football championship opener pitting last year's champions Young Irelands against the [...]

#95 Great wins for Leitrim and Cavan in Bronx

#95 Great wins for Leitrim and Cavan in Bronx

In the New York Senior Football Championship yesterday in Gaelic Park in the Bronx, there was plenty of surprises as 14 man Leitrim held on to beat championship contenders Cork, while Cavan ambushed Kerry in a 10 point victory. Donegal meanwhile got a badly needed boost when proving too strong for bottom of the table, Sligo, as Tyrone got their [...]

#94 Five state tournament best yet

#94 Five state tournament best yet

The suburbs of St Louis, Missouri was the place to be for all Gaelic sports enthusiasts over the weekend as the annual St Louis Gaelic Sports Festival organised by the St Louis GAC put on a great show attracting teams from four states. In what was regarded as the best tournament yet, teams from Illinois, Arkansas, Wisconsin, Indianapolis, joined [...]

#91 Underage success for London

#91 Underage success for London

While the London hurlers narrowly lost to Armagh in last weekend's thrilling Nicky Rackard Cup final in Croke Park, young London footballers were battling to success at the U14 Football Feile in Derry. In the London Camogie Championship Final, Tara once again showed why they are the dominant force in the metropolitan area while in Birmingham, [...]

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