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# 692 London disappointment at weekend results

# 692 London disappointment at weekend results

London captain, Seamus Hannon (right) shakes hands with Galway captain, Gary O'Donnell, before the Connacht Football Championship quarter final at Ruislip on Sunday in London. (Photo by Declan Flanagan). It was a tough weekend for London footballers and hurlers last weekend. The footballers exited the Connacht championship while the hurlers [...]

# 635 Good weekend for London teams

While this St. Patrick's Day weekend sees the London GAA club scene officially open with a plethora of cup games, we look back to the week prior and London footballers and hurlers good showing.    

# 533 London so close

A thrilling Connacht Senior Football Championship Semi Final on Sunday in Carrick-on-Shannon, County Leitrim, saw the home side thwart a London victory when grabbing a late draw. In the Podcast, London GAA PRO Declan Flanagan discusses the game, looks ahead to Sunday's replay in Roscommon and also reflects on the London hurlers game against [...]

# 470 London hurlers win league

A great performance by London hurlers yesterday in Newbridge, County Kildare saw them overcome favourites Meath to take this year's Division 2B National Hurling League title. In the Podcast we hear from former London GAA Chairman Tommy Harrell on how the 2012 Christy Ring Cup winners and this year's All Ireland series entrants won the game. [...]

# 465 London GAA Podcast

In our Podcast today we talk with former London GAA chairman Tommy Harrell about London footballers and hurlers recent National League action and to their weekend games. 9:42

# 361 London’s historic win

In the second of our podcast's today London Hurling Liason Officer and former chairman Tommy Harrell, talks about London's historic win in the Christy Ring Championship Final at Croke Park last Saturday, and what it means for hurling in the city. 11:54  

# 338 Brilliant win for London hurlers

In the second Podcast today, GaelicSportsCast talks to former London GAA Chairman, Tommy Harrell about the hurlers win over Derry in the Christy Ring Championship and about the semi-final match-up with Down on Saturday in Newry, while London PRO Declan Flanagan goes over last weekend's mens football league games. 13:45

#216 Champs Kilburn early stumble, while understrength London prepare for tricky ‘Rackard opener

#216 Champs Kilburn early stumble, while understrength London prepare for tricky ‘Rackard opener

Hurling takes center stage over the Easter holidays in London as we have the opening round of the 2011 Nicky Rackard Cup. The big clash pitts last year's runners-up, London against high flying Roscommon, who last week captured the Allianz 3A title when beating Mayo. Despite London playing at a higher level in Division 3A, they could be [...]

#198 London hurlers go top of table

#198 London hurlers go top of table

It has been a great start to the Allianz League for London hurlers as they are now two for two with the weekend win over rivals Armagh  putting them on top of Division 3 A. Last Sunday the Metropolitan's made the trip to the new Athletics Grounds in Armagh to take on the team that narrowly beat them in the Nicky Rackard final last year. This [...]

#192 London on the up

#192 London on the up

While last weekend brought mixed results for London's footballers and hurlers, the overall picture for the Metropolitan teams in this year's Allianz leagues looks rather positive. On Saturday, London footballers welcomed Roscommon to Ruislip for their Division 4 second round clash and though the Connacht champions took the spoils and looked to [...]

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