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# 565 Lots of firsts at Western Canadian GAA Championships

# 565 Lots of firsts at Western Canadian GAA Championships

The biggest ever Western Canada GAA Championships took place at Edmonton last weekend with plenty of firsts in great performances from brand new teams in both men's and ladies football as well as the very first hurling competition. In the Podcast, Vancouver GAA Vice President Ronan Deane gives us a full rundown on the two day event in [...]

# 538 Shamrocks grab first win in Vancouver

Persistence they say is a virtue and no where is that inkling more evident than in Ladies Gaelic Football as last week's performance in the Vancouver Ladies Football League, by the yet-to-win Shamrocks, was further testament to the never-say-die attitude in ladies football. Vancouver GAA Vice President Ronan Deane reports on last week's action [...]

# 530 Wins for JP’s and Celts as new men’s championship takesoff in Vancouver

Week 4 of the Ladies Vanvouver Gaelic Football League saw the start of Round 2 of the Round Robin competition on Thursday with leaders JP Ryans and Vancouver Celts again impressing, and on Saturday we had the very first action in the inaugural Vancouver Men's Gaelic Football Championship. In the Podcast, Vancouver GAA Vice President Ronan Deane [...]

# 516 Harps and JP’s win in Vancouver

On the eve of the meeting between leaders Harps and JP Ryans tonight Thursday in Stanley Park in Vancouver, Canada, we look back at last week's Round 2 action in the Vancouver GAA Ladies Gaelic Football League where both teams pushed to the top of the leaderboard. In the Podcast, Vanouver GAA Vice President Ronan Deane reviews Round 2, and also [...]

# 507 Vancouver GAA season opens with new team

Last Thursday at Stanley Park signaled a new season for the Vancouver GAA with the Ladies League kicking things off for the Canadian summer. In the Podcast, Vancouver GAA Vice President Ronan Deane, tells us about a new team in the mix this year and the opening round of the Alberta Cup at Forth McMurray on Saturday. 13:56  

# 389 Vancouver Podcast

Impressive! Fort McMurray Ladies, an all Canadian team, in their first year playing Gaelic football go undefeated to claim the 2012 Alberta Cup. (Photo courtesy of Ronan Deane). In our first Podcast today we look at the latest Gaelic Sports news from Vancouver GAA. We look back at the latest results in the Vancouver Ladies Football League, [...]

# 358 Excellent ladies league in Vancouver

# 358 Excellent ladies league in Vancouver

It's turning out to be a very competitive Ladies Gaelic Football League in Vancouver this year with things very tight in the standings especially at Junior level. Last Thursday evening at Stanley Park in Vancouver we had senior and junior games featuring the Celts and JP Ryan's and here to fill us in on how things went is former Western [...]

# 353 Celts up the anti in Vancouver

# 353 Celts up the anti in Vancouver

In our third Podcast of the day here on GaelicSportCast we  focus on events in Vancouver GAA circles as Thursday evening saw the second round of this year's Ladies Football League at Stanley Park. Harps had won their games the prior week but things got tougher this time around in both senior and junior grades when up against the Celts. Here [...]

# 344 Harps success in Vancouver ladies opener

The first round of the Ladies Football League got underway at Stanley Park in the western Canadian city of Vancouver on Thursday. This year a new competitive model is being employed, and already it is bearing fruit with close results in the two first round games of this six week league. GaelicSportsCast spoke early today with ladies coach and [...]

#93 Building grass roots in Western Canada

#93 Building grass roots in Western Canada

Since its foundation in 2003, the  Western Canada Division (WCD), has been steadily laying the foundations for a growing Gaelic sports scene in the region. The division has five clubs comprised of the three founding clubs of the Calgary Chieftains, Edmonton Wolfe Tones, and the Vancouver Harps, but recent progress has seen others join -  Red [...]