Thursday, September 19, 2019
Konstantinos Athanasiadis INTEREST was high for the final of the Scotland GAA Junior League with Dalriada taking on Tír Conaill Harps in a mouth-watering tie. Tír Conaill Harps have followed Dalriada into the junior ranks, and both sides have adapted well...
WHEN Kilkenny and Tipperary meet in the GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship final on Sunday 18th August, it’ll be 28th time the two sides have met in the Championship and more specifically, the 21st time in the final. With...
SCOTLAND’S hopes of a British Championship title are alive and well after an excellent victory over a highly-fancied Kilkenny side in Clydebank (above). Manager Diarmuid McNulty’s well-drilled side have been preparing their assault on the championship—and with it the opportunity to contest an All-Ireland...
Liam Duffy IT WAS an exciting month for GAA in Scotland, with passion, drive and skill aplenty on the field, both in Scotland and south of the border. Most notably, the Scotland men’s side (above) kicked off their campaign on the...
GLASGOW Gaels made the long journey to Liverpool as they took on John Mitchels in the Senior North of Britain League, and the men in red were rewarded for their trek with a positive result after a well-drilled showing. It...
By Aidan Kerlin SINCE their foundation in 1999 Glasgow Gaels had never travelled outside of the UK or Ireland to play Gaelic Football, but that changed and a small piece of history for the club was made in early March. Bainisteoir...
By Niall Horkan IT’S 29 years since the black and yellow jerseys of Dalriada Gaelic Football Club first graced the hallowed sod of Scotland’s GAA pitches. Founded by Irish immigrants to the northerly city of Dundee, the club is proudly...
DUNEDIN Connollys went all the way against Donegal side Red Hughs in Letterkenny in their 30th anniversary year, as the giants of GAA in Scotland came unstuck after a creditable performance which showed all the drive and dedication which...
The Grange Club in Edinburgh is set to host the Annual Irish Culture and Heritage Day next month. Following a hugely successful event in 2017, the 2018 edition – which takes place on September 22 – will welcome cultural and...
Best known around their home city of Glasgow for their achievements in Gaelic football, Tír Conaill Harps’ reputation in the small ball game is continuing to grow now as well. In hurling and camogie the club are making great gains,...
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