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# 564 Cusacks and Coast finish top in Hurling and Camogie in Sydney

2013 New South Wales GAA Club Captains pictured here at Mrs Macquarie's Chair, Sydney. (Photo courtesy of NSW GAA Facebook). The final round of the New South Wales GAA Championships took place in Hurling and Camogie in Ingleburn, Sydney on Sunday with defending champions Michael Cusacks and Central Coast respectively topping the tables. [...]

# 416 McAnallens, Cusacks and Coast on the double

# 416 McAnallens, Cusacks and Coast on the double

It was a big day at Monarch Fields in Sydney on Sunday as it was NSW GAA Championship Finals time with no less than three teams in all four codes looking to add championship titles to league honours garnered earlier in the season. In Mens and Ladies senior football, Cormac McAnallens were looking to add to their league success, Michael Cusacks [...]

# 413 NSW GAA Championship Finals Preview

Next Sunday is a big day in the New South Wales GAA calendar as it is the climax of the season with the Championship Finals at Monarch Fields Sydney. In the Men's Senior Football Final, Cormac McAnallens will be looking to add a championship to the league title they won earlier in the year while their opponents Penrith Gaels will be hoping to [...]

# 382 NSW GAA Championship Round 2 Podcast from Sydney

A special Podcast today with some very interesting guest speakers and also coming to you live from Scruffy Murphy's Bar in Sydney,  the sponsor of the 2012 NSW GAA Championship audio coverage here on GaelicSportsCast. Back in the hot-seat to tell us all about Sunday's Round 2 of the NSW Championship at Monarch Fields, is Joint NSW GAA PRO [...]

‘Shamrocks, ‘Cusacks and ‘Coast retain titles in Sydney

‘Shamrocks, ‘Cusacks and ‘Coast retain titles in Sydney

Reigning football champions, Sydney Michael Cusacks, hurling kingpins, Sydney Shamrock's and ladies football heroines, Central Coast, retained their New South Wales GAA Championship titles yesterday, Sunday Sept 4th, at Mono Park, Sydney. In a repeat of last year's senior football final clash with Clan na Gael, it was a case of the same again [...]

Sydney finals schedule

  NSW GAA Championship Finals Schedule, Sept  4, 2011 Mono Park, Sydney   FINALS Time Code Team Name Team Name Referee Pitch 4th September 2011 10:00 Men’s B Football Michael Cusacks v Cormac McAnallens Young Ireland Main [...]

‘Cusacks still undefeated in Oz

‘Cusacks still undefeated in Oz

Heavy rains Sunday week last, interrupted this year's NSW GAA Championship but things were much improved this weekend as fine weather allowed a full schedule of games. On Sunday we saw football league and defending champs, Michael Cusacks remain undefeated, while the big two in hurling 'Cusacks and Sydney Shamrocks went at it once more. In [...]

‘Shamrocks and ‘Coast going well in Sydney

The last two weeks of action from the New South Wales GAA 2011 Championship have gone for the most part along expected lines with the top fancies in all codes coming out with wins. The prior week's Round 2 games had seen wins in hurling for leaders, Sydney Shamrocks and Michael Cusacks, while in mens football there was wins also for last year's [...]

#244 ‘Cusacks on the double in Sydney

#244 ‘Cusacks on the double in Sydney

Though coming up short in the ladies football and camogie league finals, it turned out to be a fantastic weekend for Michael Cusacks as last Sunday at Mono Park in Sydney, the club took the double when winning this year's NSW GAA men's football and hurling league titles.  In a repeat of last years men's football final, this time around Michael [...]

131 Clan’ oust league champs in Sydney

131 Clan’ oust league champs in Sydney

Yesterday's NSW GAA championships at Mono Park in Sydney produced some very exciting, football, hurling, camogie and ladies football as we had this year's semi finals fixtures down for decision. In the first mens football semi final, table leaders Clan Na Gael put paid to league winners Cormac McAnallen's ambitions when holding on for a nailing [...]

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