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# 508 Brilliant Liffré take 6th Bretagne title in row, Paris wins Federal, Stockholm victory up north

# 508 Brilliant Liffré take 6th Bretagne title in row, Paris wins Federal, Stockholm victory up north

Liffré, la meilleure équipe en Bretagne! (Photo courtesy of U.S. Liffré Football Gaelique Facebook). The all-French side of Liffré once more prove their ability when winning their 6th Brittany Gaelic Football Championship 'consécutif' last weekend in Vannes. In the Podcast Europe GAA PRO Brian Clerkin takes us through the tournament, [...]

#177 Exciting times for European GAA

Since its foundation 10 years ago, the European GAA Board has been making phenomenal progressive in expanding the scope of Gaelic sports in Europe as club numbers have skyrocketed by a whopping 80% alone in the last five years. The Europe GAA Convention was held recently in Stockholm, Sweden, and for the first time ever, GAA supporters across the [...]

#128 Stockholm take Scandinavian championship

#128 Stockholm take Scandinavian championship

In the fourth and final round of this year's Scandinavian Mens Senior Football regional championships at Gothenburg, Sweeden last Saturday Aug 14, it was league leaders Stockholm who came away with the spoils to take this year's title. The boys from Stockholm had a very strong squad at their disposal, complete with a number of recent [...]

Stockholm gain revenge

Stockholm gain revenge

At the recent Malmo GAA Tournament, June 19 in Sweden for Rd 2 of the Scandinavian Mens Football Championship, Stockholm, last month's runners up to Malmo, gained revenge when beating the 2009 regional champions in comprehensive fashion on a scoreline of 3-9 (18) to 1-5 (8). The southern Sweden event was deemed to be the best so far this [...]

Malmo take Scandinavian opener

Malmo take Scandinavian opener

  The Scandinavian Regional Mens Gaelic Football Championship got underway last weekend in the city of Copenhagen and here to tell us how the hosts fared and who made the final is  Copenhagen Secretary, Kenny Grogan. It was the first meeting of the year between the Scandinavian Gaelic football clubs last Saturday the 22ndof [...]