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Sydney GAA plagued by poor weather

Sydney GAA plagued by poor weather

More bad weather has hit this years New South Wales (NSW) GAA schedule, as the league finals fixed for last Sunday had to be called off due to heavy rains. Bad weather has plagued the GAA in Sydney this year as early in the season several weekends were lost to the elements while a couple of weeks ago the final round of the league was also [...]

‘Shamrock’s shocked in Sydney

‘Shamrock’s shocked in Sydney

Sunday's NSW League semi finals produced a shock of shocks when hurling table toppers and champions Sydney Shamrock's got dumped out of this year's competition. Central Coast put an end to the run of the 2010 double League and Championship winners and they did it with room to spare as six points separated the sides at the final whistle. In [...]

#233 – Favourites on course in NSW GAA League

#233 – Favourites on course in NSW GAA League

Despite the best efforts of mother nature, scuppering two weekends of Gaelic sports in Sydney over the past number of weeks, this year's New South Wales (NSW) GAA League action has gone according to plan for all the top fancies. Last year's football champion's, Michael Cusacks lead the way in their table and look the team to beat once [...]

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 [...]

#127 Sydney semis preview

#127 Sydney semis preview

We will have an action packed weekend coming up at Mono Park, Syndey as the NSW GAA championship semi finals are taking place.  Last Sunday's games highlighted the championship playoff round but things are turned up a notch this weekend as we will get to see who will reach the 2010 finals. Here to preview all the semis for GaelicSportsCast is [...]

Young Ireland’s out of Sydney race

Young Ireland’s out of Sydney race

After a rain delay and surf weekend break, the NSW GAA championship resumed in earnest over the weekend with the start of the championship playoff round. The result that caught the eye yesterday at Mono Park, Sydney, was in seeing last year's senior football champions Young Ireland's go out of this year's competition when easily beaten by [...]

#111 Clan’ finally overcome Mac’s to go tops in Sydney

#111 Clan’ finally overcome Mac’s to go tops in Sydney

Clan Na Gael continued their recent good form, when for the first time in two years, they beat Cormac McAnallens in the NSW Senior Mens Football Championship yesterday in Sydney. In the other football game on Sunday, Penrith Gaels triumphed over Young Irelands and this defeat sees last year's champions YI move to the bottom of the table.  [...]

‘MacAnallens oust ‘Ireland’s in Sydney semis

‘MacAnallens oust ‘Ireland’s in Sydney semis

After the rain postponement of the prior week, things got back on track today, Sunday June 13 for the the semi-finals of this year's New South Wales (NSW) League at Mono Park. In the Mens Football semi-final, Cormac MacAnallens, who had finished in third spot in the table two weeks ago, had a tough task when pitted against 2009 Championship [...]

Syndey semis cancelled due to flooding

After non-stop rain in Sydney all week, Mono Park suffered heavy flooding leaving both pitches unplayable and as a result the New South Wales GAA (NSW) was left with little choice but to postpone the League Semi-Finals. The semis  have been reschedulesd for next Sunday, June 13.

‘MacAnallens edge out ‘Clan for Sydney semi

‘MacAnallens edge out ‘Clan for Sydney semi

In the last round of the NSW League at Mono Park, Sydney on Sunday, the game with the most riding on it was the contest between Cormac MacAnallens and Clan Na Gael. These two were battling it out for that all important 3rd spot table placing and a ticket into this year's league semi-finals. 'Mac's came out on top by 5 points on a scoreline of 2-7 [...]

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