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# 731 Cusack’s shocked in championship opener

After a three week break at the end of the league, it was New South Wales GAA championship time last Sunday at Monarch Fields outside Sydney with the 10 game schedule throwing up one major shock. NSW GAA PRO, Catherine Fleming is back once more to give us the lowdown on the [...]

# 597 NSW tops in football, Western Oz kings of hurling

# 597 NSW tops in football, Western Oz kings of hurling

Western Australia -  2013 Australasian State Hurling Champions. (Photo courtesy of Hurling Western Australia Facebook). The fifth and final day of the 2013 Australasian State Games took place Sunday at Monarch Fields in Sydney with championship deciders in ladies and men's football, and hurling. It turned out to be an excellent day for the [...]

# 471 Sydney GAA season underway

After a false start last week due to unplayable pitches, it was all action yesterday at Monarch Fields for the start of the 2013 New South Wales GAA in Sydney, Australia. The rained out nature of Round 1 saw all teams recieve drawn game point-status but teams had to earn Round 2 points the hard way on Sunday. Here to report on the action is [...]

# 467 Sydney Opener this weekend

There's a spring in the step of most Irish women and men around the city of Sydney this week as New South Wales (NSW) GAA gets ready to open their 2013 season at Monarch Fields on Sunday, April 7th. The season throws-in with the start of the NSW GAA League and will see Cormac McAnallens looking to retain their titles in both men's and ladies [...]

#34 – GAA numbers skyrocket in Sydney

#34 – GAA numbers skyrocket in Sydney

For the first time this season and long overdue it has to be said, GaelicSportsCast pays a visit to the land down under, Australia. Here we speak with New South Wales GAA Secretary, Dundalk native, Mark McGuinness about the explosion of Gaelic players in Sydney and surrounds,; about the local clubs and the annual competitions,  as well as the [...]