Damien Healy of Ireland in action against Thomas Borthwick of Scotland during the 2016 Senior Hurling/Shinty International Series! pic.twitter.com/2KIRXF9WdR — Sportsfile (@sportsfile) October 22, 2016 Come on, Ireland! (The Shinty-Hurling mash up is all kinds of amazing…) pic.twitter.com/uqaItqwKxA — Philip Whyte (@Philip_Whyte) October 22, 2016 On what was a frustrating day for Ireland as they… Continue reading Marine Harvest Shinty-Hurling International: Ireland Struggle As Scotland Retain Title
Tyrone;s resurgence under Mickey Harte continued this year as they won the Ulster Championship for the 14th time and their first championship title since 2010. Fermanagh carried on from the progress that they had made during last year’s Championship. They beat Antrim 1-12 to -09 in Enniskillen. Derry and Tyrone faced off in the opening… Continue reading Ulster Senior Football Championship Review 2016: Red Hands Pip Donegal To The Post
Louth are through to the Ó Fiaich Cup final after they beat Armagh comfortably 4-10 to 0-17. In a match that was played in thick fog. Louth scored 4 as they took a 4-10 to 0-17 victory to reach the final of the pre-season competition. Conor Grimes and Gerald McSorley both scored for Louth while… Continue reading Ó Fiaich Cup: Armagh fall short as Louth advance
Tir Chonaill Gaels 3-10 – St Kiernan’s 1-12 London Senior Football Championship Final Sunday 29th November 2015 Match report Tir Chonaill Gaels have won the London senior football championship in front of a packed crowd at The Irish TV GAA grounds in Ruislip beating St Kiernan`s 3-10 – 1-12 and securing a record 16th championship… Continue reading Gaels Claim 16th Championship Title
Should the All Ireland championship be restructured? Well that is the question on everyone`s lips but does the championship really need an overhaul? I believe that it does need a shakeup. Out of all the four provinces championships, there are only two provinces championships that are competitive and are exciting to watch. These… Continue reading Time To Restructure The Championship?
The redevelopment of the London GAA headquarters has suffered another setback. The work on the ground was commissioned to get the ground in Ruislip to the same standard back in Ireland. The redevelopment of the ground will include a new media centre, a gym and medical room, four new dressing rooms, a warm… Continue reading Ruislip Ground Suffers Another Set Back
On the 15th September 2015. The GAA took a step to break away from the controversial history behind the GAA and British army. It was at the London GAA Irish tv ground in Ruislip. Where a meeting was held to debate whether the London county board should accept a British army team to play GAA… Continue reading A new era for the GAA?