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# 541 First Connacht final brings joy for London GAA

# 541 First Connacht final brings joy for London GAA

London Team and supporters celebrate at Hyde Park, County Roscommon on Sunday after defeating Leitrim to reach their first Connacht Senior Football Final. (Photo courtesy of London GAA PRO). After London's epic win over Leitrim to reach their first Connacht senior football final, there was great joy amongst London supporters at Ruislip and [...]

# 533 London so close

A thrilling Connacht Senior Football Championship Semi Final on Sunday in Carrick-on-Shannon, County Leitrim, saw the home side thwart a London victory when grabbing a late draw. In the Podcast, London GAA PRO Declan Flanagan discusses the game, looks ahead to Sunday's replay in Roscommon and also reflects on the London hurlers game against [...]

# 407 Tir Chonaill Gaels the team to beat

# 407 Tir Chonaill Gaels the team to beat

As the athletes of the world were getting ready to bid farewell to the Olympics last weekend, London GAA was upping the antic with last round games in the men's senior football championship and important games also in senior hurling down for decision. Tir Chonaill Gaels have looked the form team in football all season while in hurling Kilburn [...]

#205 Goals hamper London hopes

London hurlers travelled to Newbridge in County Kildare, Sunday, to take on the home side in this important Round 4 clash in Division 3 A of the Allianz Hurling League. Lying in third place in the division after their recent first defeat of the campaign to table-toppers Wicklow, London was looking for a win to see them with any chance of [...]

# 45 ‘Gabriels ease into final in London

# 45 ‘Gabriels ease into final in London

Last weekend in Ruislip, London County Hurling Champion's St Gabriels after suffering an early defeat to Robert Emmetts, who they beat in the 2009 County Final, rediscovered their winning ways on Saturday when running out seven point winners over 'Emmetts in the Ryan Cup semi final. In men's football on Sunday in the Tipperary Cup, St Brendans [...]