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The Butler Brothers – Born In London, Raised On Gaelic Games

Speaking to both Killian and Philip Butler you have to pinch yourself and remember that you are speaking to two devout Gaels. Such are their London accents, it is easy to forget that these boys are Irish to the core.  Born and raised in Greenford, the Butler brothers are key figures within the Tír Chonaill Gaels club, the current London …

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Owen Mulligan: London Camp On The Same Level As Tyrone

The All-Ireland Championship kicks into gear this weekend when London welcome Galway to McGovern Park, Ruislip, for the quarter-final of the Connacht Senior Football Championship. It’s a tough ask for London taking on last year’s All-Ireland semi-finalists with former player, Owen Mulligan, admitting as much. However, the Tyrone legend was adamant in his assessment that there is no difference between …

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Four Players To Watch In Round Four Of Allianz Football League

four players gaa allianz

Come close of business this weekend in the Allianz Football League, we will begin to get a clearer picture of who’s looking at trophies and who’s looking at trouble. The situation as it stands is tight across all four divisions and teams will be looking to shut down certain individuals who have proved a thorn in many sides over the first …

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Owen Mulligan’s Debut For The London Footballers Didn’t Exactly Go To Plan

Former Tyrone footballer, Owen Mulligan appeared for London in a senior football challenge game against Waterford in Dungarvan’s Fraher Field over the weekend.  Mulligan became eligible to play championship for London this year when he lined out for Fulham Irish in the London intermediate hurling championship earlier this year. The Red Hand legend, who won three All Ireland’s during his …

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All Counties Should Learn From Limerick’s Response To Poor Pitch Conditions

Limerick

National Football League action returns to our counties and television screens this weekend. The Limerick footballers will play London in their fourth round clash of the Division 4 league. The game was due to be played in the Gaelic Grounds, however the terrible weather conditions around the Treaty County have forced the Limerick County Board to take precautionary action. The clash between …

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Pics: London And Wicklow Launch Slick New GAA Jerseys

Wicklow GAA Jerseys

Both, London and Wicklow GAA have officially launched their new jerseys for the upcoming season.  During the pre-season hurling and football months, the launching of new GAA jerseys is a time everybody looks forward to, and judges the new county shirt. For sure, it’s a tantalising period. London GAA announced the launch via their Twitter account, which was met with a great …

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Reasons To Believe That Cuala Can Go All The Way

Leinster Senior Hurling Club Championship Final, O'Moore Park, Portlaoise, Co. Laois 4/12/2016 O'Loughlin Gaels vs Cuala Cuala's Oisin Gough, David Treacy and Paul Schutte lift the trophy Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

On Sunday afternoon we witnessed the Dublin Senior Hurling champions, Cuala, win their first ever Leinster Senior Hurling Club Championship. The Dubliners defeated Kilkenny champions O’Loughlin Gaels in the final on a scoreline of 3:19-1:16. This was Dublin’s first senior hurling provincial win since Crumlin were victorious in the competition in 1980. Although the Kilkenny side displayed stages of dominance, players …

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British Army To Field GAA Team

The Irish Guards are set to field a team in next years London Junior Championships. The Irish Post have reported the Irish Guards are set to field teams in London’s Junior Championships next season. Last week the newspaper revealed that the famous Irish regiment had applied to field a team, but that the London County Board were split as to …

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The British Army Seeks To Establish GAA Club

The Irish Guards are looking to form a GAA Club in London. The Irish News have reported that the Irish Guards have applied to London GAA seeking to create a GAA Club. The regiment has recently moved its barracks from Aldershot to Hounslow in London, and is looking to compete in London’s Junior Championships next season. London County Board are expected to make a decision on …

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GAA Championship Countdown #2: Connacht Football Championship

The Connacht Football Championship is the first competition to get underway every year with the annual trip to New York. Galway got their campaign off to a winning start on the east coast of America, and the trip out of Ireland will continue with London completing the contingent of non-Irish-based teams competing for Sam Maguire. Following on from part 1 of our …

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