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# 561 Harps, Easts and Na Fianna take honours in Queensland League

While there are a few rained out games yet to be played to decide table placings, the winners are declared for this year's Queensland GAA League with the Harps club taking both the Men's Football Divsion 1 and 2 titles, East Celts win the Ladies Football League while Na Fianna once again take the Hurling League crown. In the Podcast, Queensland [...]

# 556 Favourites continue winning ways in Brisbane

Sunday's second last round of this year's Queensland GAA League didn't turn up any surprises as the favourites to claim title success maintained their season-long good form. In the Podcast, Australasian & Queensland GAA President Seamus Sullivan, takes us through the seven game schedule at Gaelic Park, Willawong on Sunday. [...]

# 552 Queensland GAA League Week 8

In the second of our Podcasts today, we review Sunday's third last round of this year's Queensland GAA League at Gaelic Park in Willawong, Brisbane. Queensland GAA President Seamus Sullivan reports. 12:02    

# 417 Harps and Mitchells claim championship wins in Brisbane

It was football finals day in the Queensland GAA Championship on Sunday at Gaelic Park Willawong in Brisbane with several teams striving for back to back titles. In the Men's Division 1 Football decider Harps were looking for a third championship in a row, while in Ladies Football the John Mitchell's club was looking for a second title on the [...]

# 408 Harps win Queensland League

Though the start of the Queensland GAA Championship took place on Sunday there was still some unfinished business left in the men's football league where a final round clash on Thursday between Harps, tied on points with East Celts (who hand finished all their games), would decide matters. Harps needed a win over third placed John Mitchells to [...]

#289 Mighty Queensland’s triumphant return

#289 Mighty Queensland’s triumphant return

What a time it turned out to be for Queensland GAA both on and off the field at the Australasian Gaelic Games, Brisbane last week. After the Biblical floods of last January that gutted the club house and destroyed playing facilities, it was nothing short of a miracle that last week the men, women, children and players from the GAA community at [...]