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#90 Boston champs’ back on track

#90 Boston champs’ back on track

Last year's Northeast GAA football champions, St Christophers, after a slow start to 2010, are back on track after a good win last weekend over Boston football powerhouse, Donegal. It was fitting that no less than four American players contributed to the victory for 'Christophers on this Fourth of July weekend at Canton, MA. Also, Aidan McAnespies [...]

#89 Cork and Kerry draw on the Fourth’ in New York

#89 Cork and Kerry draw on the Fourth’ in New York

Yesterday Sunday, July 4, marked Independence Day for folks all across America with celebrations and fireworks throughout American cities. There was plenty of fireworks also to be seen in Gaelic Park in the Bronx Sunday, as Cork the team that has looked so impressive in this New York Football Championship, received a shot across the bow from who [...]

#33 – Harp’s spirit alive and kicking

#33 – Harp’s spirit alive and kicking

One of the oldest clubs in Auckland, New Zealand, Harps Gaelic Football Club since its foundation in 1986, has maintained its pioneering spirit right though to the present day. In the past number of years, the club has been boosted by an increase in player numbers following the recent influx of Irish immigrants to the city. However as with other [...]

#32 – Impressive new online magazine on hurling

#32 – Impressive new online magazine on hurling

Hurling enthusiasts all around the world rejoice as a new online monthly magazine dedicated to the ancient game  has been born. It's called Sliotar. The word 'Sliotar' comes from the Gaelic term for the hurling ball, and the new magazine is published out of the All Ireland champions county of Kilkenny. Here a group of talented writers along [...]

Promo of the Month goes to…

Promo of the Month goes to…

Ya got to love it! Inspired by this poster, GaelicSportsCast thinks a 'Promo of the Month' should be awarded to any club around the world (excluding the 'Green Isle) that comes up with (or has already ) a poster, flyer, card, even logo, that absolutely and utterly knocks your socks off and makes you want to sign up straight away for hurling, [...]

#5 Fresh off the plane and couldn’t wait to start -Taiwan Celts GAA

#5 Fresh off the plane and couldn’t wait to start -Taiwan Celts GAA

Back in 1995, a hardy bunch of Irish immigrants ...fresh off the plane...and led by the late Derek Brady from Kells in Meath, decided that it was high-time their new found home in Taiwan should have a Gaelic Football team. Recounting those early days is Tipp native and club member Tony Lonergan, who explained to GaelicSportsCast  about the [...]

#4 Hosting the Asian Gaelic ‘games a huge boost’ – Thailand GAA

#4 Hosting the Asian Gaelic ‘games a huge boost’ – Thailand GAA

GaelicSportsCast today visits the exotic and beautiful country of Thailand to talk with Thai GAA Chairperson Derryman, John Campbell. Like other GAA clubs in Asia, this newly formed club at times finds it difficult to keep numbers steady in an often transient migrant environment. However, the club has been greatly boosted recently by its [...]

#2 Viet Celts

#2 Viet Celts

In our continuing profile of GAA clubs in Asia, this second episode sees GaelicSportsCast  talk with Colm Ross, the Vice Chairman of the Viet Celts Gaelic Football Club in Vietnam. Colm tells about how the club has grown since it started up just two short years ago and of its progress in forming both men's and ladies teams as well as a local [...]

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