Monday, December 9, 2019
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,...
MEMBERS of the GAA community were welcomed to the Irish Consulate in Edinburgh as Consul General Mark Hanniffy hosted the inaugural Scotland GAA Recognition Night. With many key delegates in attendance from all the clubs in Scotland, Consul General Mark...
THE enduring rivalry between Glasgow Gaels and Dunedin Connollys has continued to build in recent seasons. Meeting each other in all six senior finals—League and Championship—in the past three years, the tale has been in Connollys favour each time. This...
HIBS boss Neil Lennon was at the fore as familiar faces from the world of Scottish football gathered to join the Irishman in celebrating the work of Helping Hands in bringing free coaching to children from deprived communities across...
SCOTLAND’S U17 Shinty squad have recently returned after a successful tour in Ireland during which they continued to develop the cultural and sporting links between the two nations. The four-day visit saw the Scotland side record victories over both Waterford...
THE showcase final of the underage Gaelic football season took place in Coatbridge at St Ambrose Gaelic Grounds between local side Coatbridge Davitts and Glasgow’s Tír Conaill Harps. At stake was the Scotland U16 County Championship and both sides seemed...
WHEN the final whistle blew in The Estadio Nacional on the 25th of May 1967 there were immediate scenes of bedlam and unhindered joy amongst the fans of Celtic Football Club. Their team had just become the kings of...
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