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# 674 Boston Northeast and New York GAA podcasts

# 674 Boston Northeast and New York GAA podcasts

Mayo's Aidan O'Shea is pressured by New York in last Sunday's Connacht Football Championship Quarter Final at Gaelic Park, The Bronx, New York. (Photo by Peter Marney). It's a two-for-one in the latest Podcast here on GaelicSportsCast, as Boston Northeast GAA PRO Rory O'Donnell and NY GAA reporter Aaron McLaughlin, breakdown the latest GAA news [...]

# 666 New York eager for Mayo clash

# 666 New York eager for Mayo clash

The buzz in New York GAA circles is focused squarely on the coming weekend, as All Ireland football runners-up Mayo, come calling for their Connacht GAA Championship Quarter Final clash at Gaelic Park in the Bronx. In the Podcast, GAA sports reporter Aaron McLoughlin, casts his eye over how the game might [...]

# 512 Newbies Long Island Gaels shock NY Offaly in Big Apple Hurling Opener

In GaelicSportsCast second Podcast today, NY GAA PRO Ira Goldman talks about the big shock in the opening round of the NY Senior Hurling Championship on Sunday, some equally intriguing results in the second round of the Senior Football Championship as well as the latest on all other competitions. 15:25

New Manahatten GAA club wins inaugural game

Gaelic Park, Bronx NY. (Photo by Peter Marney). Sunday in the Bronx spelled a great occiasion for rookie's Manhatten Gaels, as in their first game ever as a club, they came away with a win in the opening round of the Junior B Football League yesterday at Gaelic Park. Formed late last year, the Manhatten club were pitted in Round 1 of Junior [...]

# 472 Gaelic Park GAA season off and running

# 472 Gaelic Park GAA season off and running

Gaelic Park, New York. (Photo by Peter Marney). It was an unusal Opening Day for the New York GAA on Sunday as three senior football championships games took center stage at Gaelic Park in the Bronx. Normally at this early stage of the season things get off to slow start with various cup action but from the get-go yesterday the NY senior [...]

#215 NY GAA games officer opens new doors

#215 NY GAA games officer opens new doors

New York GAA's Games Development Officer (GDO), Simon Gillespie, who was appointed last year, is relishing his role introducing Gaelic sports to new audiences in the Big Apple.  His energy and passion for Gaelic sports combined with his coaching and administrative expertise has already made an impact developing coaching structures in existing [...]

#155 Mayo too much for New York

#155 Mayo too much for New York

 Action from yesterday's 2010 FBD League Final between winners Mayo and home side New York, Rockland, NY. (Photo by Ray Lennon). It was a very special weekend for Rockland GAA, NY as yesterday saw the final of this year's FBD Football League take place to mark the official opening of their brand new Centre of Excellence facilities  located [...]

# 41 – New York edge out Boston in football challenge

# 41 – New York edge out Boston in football challenge

In preparation for their upcoming Connacht Football Championship clash with Galway in two weeks time in Gaelic Park in the Bronx, New York played Boston in a challenge match over the weekend in Canton, MA. Even though the Big Apple took the spoils, reporter Eugene Kyne says that New York have a lot of work to do between now and the Galway game on [...]

#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 [...]