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Posts Tagged ‘ladies gaelic football’

# 726 Harps and Easts take titles in Brisbane

With one more round remaining over the next two weeks in this year's Queensland GAA League, Harps in Men's Division 1 and 2, along with Easts in Ladies football, after their wins on Sunday, cannot be caught and so take the 2014 league titles. Seamus Sullivan gives us the lowdown on Sunday's action at Willawong, [...]

# 590 European GAA Podcast

In the Podcast we focus on Round 2 of the European Ladies Gaelic Football Championship, the first and second rounds of the new men's football grading competition and also on the opening round of the inaugural European Premier Men's 15 a-side Football Championship. 17:43      

# 538 Shamrocks grab first win in Vancouver

Persistence they say is a virtue and no where is that inkling more evident than in Ladies Gaelic Football as last week's performance in the Vancouver Ladies Football League, by the yet-to-win Shamrocks, was further testament to the never-say-die attitude in ladies football. Vancouver GAA Vice President Ronan Deane reports on last week's action [...]

# 499 Quiet before storm in Boston

Coming off a quiet weekend in the US Northeast GAA calendar at Canton outside Boston, where just two cup games were on offer, things heat up considerably this Sunday with the start of Boston/Northeast Senior Football Championship 2013. Last weekend saw action in the second round of the Sheehan Cup in Hurling and the Orla Benson Cup in Ladies [...]

# 435 Pan Euro 2 Vienna Preview

# 435 Pan Euro 2 Vienna Preview

In today's Podcast we look ahead to Round 2 of the Pan European Men's & Ladies Gaelic Football Championships which take place this weekend for the first time ever in the Austrian capital of Vienna. On Saturday some 23 teams from across the continent will be in action at the Sportzentrum stadium with five competing in the men's championship, [...]

Australasian Finals Day Results

Australasian Championships Finals Day Results Hurling Final - Western Australia 4-11 (23) New South Wales 3-11 (20) Men's Senior Football Final – New South Wales 0-14 (14) Western Australia 0-5 (5) Ladies Football Final - New South Wales 3-12 (21) Western Australia 3-7 (16)

‘Cusacks defeat ‘Shamrocks in Sydney

It may only be the second round of the 2012 NSW Hurling League in Sydney, but champions Michael Cusacks laid down a marker on Sunday when comprehensively beating rivals Sydney Shamrocks at Monarch Fields in Ingleburn. These two have crossed swords many times especially in NSW GAA finals. They met in three recent memorable deciders and each time [...]

New South Wales GAA season opens with additional teams this year

New South Wales GAA season opens with additional teams this year

The 2012 New South Wales (NSW) GAA season got underway way at the weekend with a full schedule of games at new venue Monarch Fields, Ingleburn in Sydney. This year sees a number of new teams in competition for the first time with Bondi Gaels joining the men's senior football league, bringing the number of teams to six. In hurling, Cormac [...]

#307 NY Tyrone looking to the future

#307 NY Tyrone looking to the future

In today's podcast GaelicSportsCast continues its series profiling GAA clubs in the New York region when looking at the New York Tyrone Gaelic Football club out of the Bronx. NY Tyrone fields both Junior and Senior squads and while this year was a tough one for the juniors it was a magnificent year for the seniors who finished the league top of [...]

#294 Hong Kong, Singapore and Mongolia Khans impress at Asian Gaelic Games

#294 Hong Kong, Singapore and Mongolia Khans impress at Asian Gaelic Games

Gaelic Sports are thriving around the world at present as was clearly seen at the recent Fexco 2011 Asian Gaelic Games when the largest ever contingent of teams gathered at Suwon City outside Seoul in South Korea for the popular annual event. Hosted in a different city each year, the Asian Gaelic Games (AGG) since its foundation 15 years ago [...]

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