British GAA: Latest club notes, fixtures and results
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British GAA: Latest club notes, fixtures and results

CLUB NOTES

DULWICH HARPS

Dulwich played against St Clarets in the final round of the Championship group stages on Saturday last at Tottenhall Sports Ground. With both teams assured of places in the semi-finals, this game was to decide who finished top. The game was played in extremely windy conditions and Dulwich were slow to make use of the wind advantage in the initial stages. Once Dulwich had reached parity with Clarets at five points apiece, they were dealt with a double blow just before the interval with two quick-fire goals. Half-time: St Clarets 2-5 Dulwich Harps 0-5. Dulwich began the second half brightly but their opponents used the wind advantage to much greater effect running out winners on a scoreline of 4-10 to 0-07. Following this result and those elsewhere, Dulwich have been drawn in the semi-finals against Tara. This fixture is scheduled to take place on the weekend of September 10-11th. Further information will be published once available. Know Your Sport 2016 – the Olympics are now over and we are now 14 questions into the competition. The leaderboard is detailed on the Facebook page and the club website (www.dulwichharps.com). Best of luck to all involved.

GLASGOW GAELS

The Gaels Ladies will face Dalriada in the Championship final this Saturday the 27th in Coatbridge. The pitch is located at St Ambrose High School and throw-in is at 2pm. All support very welcome and encouraged as the ladies look to defend last year's title and advance to the All-Britain Competition for only the 2nd time in the club's history. This past weekend, the Gaels’ Junior Men were successful in their bid to reach their first ever county final with a win over Dunedin Connollys, final score 0-9 to 0-8. Unfortunately, the senior game did not go ahead due to lack of numbers. Dunedin opted to take the points. The club will also hold its annual County Colours Night on the 27th August in Malones Bar in Glasgow. All are very welcome. Please check our Facebook page for further detail. Whether you’re a novice or inter-county player, the Gaels are always looking for new players and members. Please do get in contact if you’re interested: [email protected]

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ST JOSEPHS

The Joes were given a walkover in the final round of the championship group stage by Moindearg who could not field and as a result cements our position as group winners. Therefore, it’s our old friends we meet again in the form of Harlesden in the IFC semi-final which is due to be played on the weekend of 10/11 of September. New players are always very welcome to join our friendly club. We are based in West London; the club covers a wide area and current players live in many different areas, including, Acton, Brentford, Ealing, Fulham, Greenford, Northfields, Ruislip and Wimbledon. Transport to and from training and pick-up from stations can be arranged, if required. If you would like to join our club, please do not hesitate to contact us on 07956 666 979. We would be delighted to hear from you. Remember to follow us on Facebook and Twitter where you can find daily updates, pictures, match reports and all activities going on at the club.

TIR CHONAILL GAELS

Our junior team’s last game in the group stage of the championship did not take place last weekend with Crawley & Brighton Gaels giving us a walkover. We are tied in 2nd place with Thomas McCurtains resulting in a play-off with them on the weekend of 3/4th September. The winner will qualify into the semi-finals. Lottery Results 18 August - Jackpot £3,000 - No Winner. Numbers drawn 4, 15, 21 & 28. £25 Lucky Dip Winners: Kieran Cunningham, TCG; Mick Crowley, c/o Hennesseys Greenford; Eddie Brennan, c/o Hennesseys Greenford; Pierce Ronan, c/o TCG. Next draw 25th August - Jackpot £3,000. Play online at www.tirchonaillgaels.com. Thank you for your support!

KILBURN GAELS

Our intermediates made the not inconsiderable journey to Goodmayes on Wednesday night to play McCurtains in the latest round of the championship. Despite losing the game, the team again came away with credit after a wholehearted display. On Sunday, after a disastrous opening half, a very weakened senior team went down by only four points to the Sean Treacys. The team made every effort in the second-half to claw back a big deficit. The club are now perilously close to relegation and every effort must now be made to prevent this happening. It is unrealistic for players to expect any other outcome, other than defeat, when so few are attending training for so long. Training continues on Tuesday and Thursday in Highgate at 7:30pm. The club would very much like to wish club chairman Roddy Walsh and his fiancé Orna Coleman all the best on their wedding day this Friday 26th in Cork. We hope they have a great day and a long and happy life together.

HESTON GAELS

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Heston Gaels Golf Day in aid of Cancer Research being held on Sunday the 28th of August in Brent Valley Golf Club. Tickets £35.00, this includes 18 holes followed by Food in the Heston Catholic Club. Please contact Aidan 07877528625 or Shaun 0794408696.

TARA

Tara travelled to the World Games last week in good spirits hoping to compete against the world's best. However, Tara faced a familiar foe in their opening game against Croydon. A competitive and hard fought game was eventually won by Tara. A comprehensive win against North America (all American-born) followed later in the day. A face off against Europe ensued for the top spot of the group. Tara were defeated and although momentarily downbeat, they were still in the cup competition on the Wednesday. Tara entered their first game against the Middle East knowing a win would put them in the mix for the top two places and a date in Croke Park in Friday's final. A fantastic fight back from five points down at half time showed Tara's true spirit and they ran out four-point winners. A rematch with Europe was next up and this time Tara showed they had learned the lessons of their defeat on Tuesday and started strongly. Europe continued to threaten but a saved penalty and a mammoth effort saw Tara run out 2 point winners. A good win against Canada saw Tara successfully qualify for the final on Friday. The last game of the day was a warm-up match against Australasia and they ran out winner with a big score and plenty for Tara to think about for the final. Croke Park offered apt reward for Tara's efforts over the week and the weather reflected this as it was perfect for hurling. Tara knew the job of contained the Australasian forwards would be tough and they got off to a blistering start. Slowly Tara came into the game and scores followed from Sarah MacNicholl, Clare Ryan and a great point from the sideline by Joanne Hamilton. The second half was more evenly fought with more scores from Fiona Morrissey who eventually finished the game with 1-5. Tara played with pride and fight and never gave up. A memorable day for the club as Helen Murphy led the team up the famous Hogan Stand steps to collect the runner up medals. A special mention to Sarah MacNicholl voted Tara's Etihad All Star for the games.

FIXTURES

INTER-COUNTY

Saturday, August 27
All-Ireland Ladies SFC semi-final
Dublin v Mayo, Kingspan Breffni Park, 6.30pm

All-Ireland Ladies IFC semi-final
Kildare v Sligo, Kingspan Breffni Park, 4.45pm

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Sunday, August 28
All-Ireland SFC semi-final
Dublin v Kerry, Croke Park, 3.30pm

All-Ireland MFC semi-final
Kildare v Kerry Croke Park, 1.30pm

LONDON

Toureen Mangan Junior Football Championship Group 1

2016-08-27, 16:00, Thomas McCurtains VS Crawley & Brighton Gaels, Goodmayes

AIB Division 1 Football League

2016-09-04, TBC, St Josephs VS Round Towers, Crawley

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CityJet Senior Football Championship Group 1

2016-09-10, TBC, Kingdom - Kerry Gaels VS Fulham Irish, TBC

2016-09-10, TBC, Parnells VS North London Shamrocks, TBC

2016-09-25, 00:00, Fulham Irish VS Parnells, TBC

2016-09-25, 00:00, Kingdom - Kerry Gaels VS North London Shamrocks, TBC

CityJet Senior Football Championship Group 2

2016-09-10, TBC, Round Towers VS Garryowen, TBC

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2016-09-10, TBC, Tir Chonaill Gaels VS St Kiernans, TBC

2016-09-25, TBC, Round Towers VS St Kiernans, TBC

2016-09-25, TBC, Tir Chonaill Gaels VS Garryowen, TBC

CityJet Senior Hurling Championship (League Stage)

2016-09-11, TBC, Cú Chulainns VS Robert Emmetts, TBC

2016-09-11, TBC, Fulham Irish VS Sean Traceys, TBC

2016-09-11, TBC, Kilburn Gaels VS St Gabriels, TBC

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2016-09-17, TBC, Fulham Irish VS Robert Emmetts TBC

2016-09-17, TBC, Kilburn Gaels VS Cú Chulainns, TBC

2016-09-17, TBC, Sean Traceys VS St Gabriels, TBC

2016-09-24, TBC, Kilburn Gaels VS Robert Emmetts, TBC

2016-09-24, TBC, Sean Traceys VS Cú Chulainns, TBC

2016-09-24, TBC, St Gabriels VS Fulham Irish, TBC

WJReilly Buildings Ltd Intermediate Hurling Championship (League Stage)

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2016-09-11, TBC, Kilburn Gaels B VS Granuaille, TBC

2016-09-11, TBC, St Declans VS Brothers Pearse, TBC

2016-09-11, TBC, Thomas McCurtains VS St Gabriels B, TBC

WARWICKSHIRE

Saturday, August 27
Home Grown Championship Final, Paírc na hÉireann, 2pm
Sean McDermotts (Warwickshire) v St Kiernans (London)

Wednesday, August 30
Junior Championship Semi Final, Paírc na hÉireann, 7.30pm
Roger Casements vs St Brendan's

SCOTLAND

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Saturday, August 27

Scottish Ladies Junior Championship Final, 2pm
Gaels v Dalriada, St. Ambrose High School, Coatbridge

RESULTS

INTER-COUNTY

Sunday, August 21
All-Ireland SFC semi-final
Mayo 2-13 Tipperary 0-14

All-Ireland MFC semi-final
Galway 2-12 Donegal 1-11

Saturday 20 August
All-Ireland U21 HC semi-final
Galway 0-21
Dublin 0-19

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All-Ireland U21 HC semi-final
Waterford 5-25
Antrim 1-8

All-Ireland U21 HC B semi-final
Meath 1-21
Kerry 1-12

All-Ireland U21 HC B semi-final
Mayo 0-13
Roscommon 2-6

All-Ireland Ladies SFC quarter-final
Cork 3-17
Cavan 1-3

All-Ireland Ladies SFC quarter-final
Monaghan 6-17
Kerry 1-16

LONDON

Saturday, August 20
VGC Group IFC
Heston Gaels 0-3
Harlesden Harps 2-22

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VGC Group IFC
Neasden Gaels 2-12
St Anthonys 0-7

Sunday, August 21
CityJet SHC
St Gabriels 4-14
Robert Emmetts 0-15

WJ Reilly IHC
Thomas McCurtains 0-11
Brothers Pearse 2-18

WJ Reilly IHC
Fr Murphys 0-24
Granuaile 0-10

WARWICKSHIRE

John Scanlon Cup Final
Erin Go Bragh 2-11
Four Master 1-12

Home Grown Championship
Sean McDermotts (Warwickshire) 8-23
Tir Connails Harps (Scotland) 1-01

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SCOTLAND

Scottish Men's Championship Round 5
August 21st, Gaels Juniors 0-9 v Dunedin Connollys 0-8