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We dont know if it is due to the Sky Sports coverage but there is a huge increase in the number of kids playing GAA in the UK. History was made in London over the weekend when the ABCs (All Britain Championships) broke their own attendance record with 2062 boys and girls taking part. The sixth year of the event saw new schools and clubs travelling from all over England and Wales. ‘It’s a[..]

Top 3 Irish talents

Posted by Keith Nulty in GAA Abroad | Jun 2017

Republic of Ireland young and talented players are being produced by Premier League clubs or being sent to England at the age of 16. The likes of Kian Flanagan, Jack Byrne and Steven Kinsella are Ireland starlets could be the future for the Irish national football team and this is the story about them. With the help of we collected some insights on the 3 most talented Irish[..]


Posted by Keith Nulty in GAA Abroad | Feb 2017

This weekend (February 18th), Daegu Fianna host their first session of the Daegu Fianna Academy at Jaeil Middle School before the adults join in the following Saturday. Officially recognised by the GAA since 2011, the club was formed by Galway man Leo Corbett in 2007 and have gone on to build a firm base with players competing from Canada, South Africa, America, England, Scotland as well as Iri[..]

Thanks to Aidan Farrelly, St Colmcilles Cardiff PRO for sendinf in the report St Colmcilles Cardiff 1-8 0-7 St. Judes Bournemouth A haul of 4 points from Cardiff centre forward Martin Flood, played a major part in a Cardiff victory, after a thoroughly bruising encounter with St Judes of Bournemouth in the Gloucestershire Senior Football Championship semi final in St Mary’s RFC on Sunday. [..]

Party is over for Kerry in Boston as they lose an all important game to Galway on a score of 1-19 to 2-15 In a cracking game of football from start to finish it was a most disappointing result for Kerry as they exit the 2015 senior Championship. This game was evenly matched from the throw in and scores came fast and often in the opening 10 minutes of play with 9 white flags raised – 5 for [..]

A Look-Back To The GAA World Games

Posted by Keith Nulty in Features,GAA Abroad | Jul 2015

We Re-Visit The GAA World Games Ladies Final Which Took Place In Abu Dhabi Back In March March 2015 will be always be a landmark month for the GAA as the first ever GAA World Games took place in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Various teams from all over the world travelled to the Middle East in search of World glory. Gaelic football, hurling and camogie are all very strong in the UAE at prese[..]

Report by Connie Kelly. No 4th of July Celebrations for Kerry as they lose to Connemara Gaels In the fourth round of the senior championship there was a minute silence before the game for four great Kerry GAA people who passed away recently in Boston namely, Tina Maunsell, Brendan Quirke, John Joe Somers and Pat Mulvihill. RIP. The game was played in perfect weather conditions in the mid[..]

Tributes Paid To Fallen Star

Posted by Keith Nulty in GAA Abroad,News | Jul 2015

James Connolly GAA Pay Fitting Respect To Club-man Joel Richards Once again our wide-spread GAA community has come together to mourn one of its members. Joel Richards was a popular member and player with James Connolly GAA who along with his uncle Adrian Evans and his grandfather Patrick Evans, was a victim in the horrific Terrorist attacks in Tunisia. His uncle and grandfather are pictured bel[..]

Kerry and Shannon Blues Draw in Boston

Posted by Keith Nulty in GAA Abroad | Jun 2015

Thanks to Martin Gourley for the report. Kerry 4-9 Shannon Blues 2-15‏ This was a tough hard game of football that either team could have won in the end. Both sides played their heart out in soggy conditions after heavy rain during the night and morning. Kerry were well on top in the opening half and had a five point lead 3-4 to 2-2 after 30 minutes of play. The Blues were on the score[..]

Connolly Cup 2015 in Charlotte, North Carolina

Posted by Keith Nulty in GAA Abroad | Jun 2015

Connolly Cup 2015 in Charlotte, North Carolina - June 27th 2015 Charlotte GAA will hold its annual Connolly Cup Tournament on June 27th, 2015. The Charlotte James Connolly Club has been hosting the Connolly Cup since 2001, and in the past has seen teams from St. Barnabas in New York, the Cayman Islands, Philadelphia, Orlando, Tennessee, Charleston, DC, Baltimore and Atlanta compete. The clu[..]