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#59 NY Leitrim going for three in a row

#59 NY Leitrim going for three in a row

At Gaelic Park in the Bronx yesterday, New York Leitrim's win over Down in the semi final of the Ned Devine Cup  in mens football, puts them in with a chance to claim their third successive title.  A late push secured them the win over last year's Championship winners. In the other semi final Cork had to rely on the exploits of one Vinnie [...]

#55 Cork and Leitrim lead way in Big Apple

#55 Cork and Leitrim lead way in Big Apple

In the final round in the group stages of the Ned Devine Cup at Gaelic Park in the Bronx over the weekend, Cork and Leitrim with wins over Cavan and Kerry, finish top of their respective groups. Meeting them in the semi's will be second place finishers Tyrone and Down, who also recorded wins over Sligo and Donegal respectively. On Sunday we [...]

#51 Down break Cavan hearts in New York

#51 Down break Cavan hearts in New York

In what turned out to be the match of the day in Gaelic Park in the Bronx last Sunday, Cavan in their mens senior football game looked home and hosed two points to the good with minutes remaining but NY champion's Down in the last kick of the game found the net to break New York Breffni hearts. In the other senior game, Cork in their win over [...]

# 43 – Cavan and Rockland impress at Gaelic Park

# 43 – Cavan and Rockland impress at Gaelic Park

There were four Junior football games down for decision yesterday at Gaelic Park in the Bronx, with places up for grabs in the quarter finals of the John Joe McGovern Cup. The weather Gods made things difficult for the players as a persistant cold rain fell all day in the Big Apple. However that did not dampen the enthuasism of Cavan and Rockland [...]

#19 Gaelic Park revamp and minors’ return great boost for New York

#19 Gaelic Park revamp and minors’ return great boost for New York

In the last of our current series profiling clubs and reporting on the Gaelic games scene across America, GaelicSportsCast visits that iconic and vibrant metropolis, New York City. Over the past two centuries, the Big Apple has been home to one of the largest Irish emigrant communities in the US where places like the former Celtic Park in Queens [...]

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