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

CLUB NOTES

BROTHERS PEARSE YORKSHIRE

We have a youth section Gala at Colne Valley High School Cowersley, Huddersfield this Saturday, October 1, football for all ages up to 14-year-olds and skill test, coaching and other activities for all. Throw-in first game is 12pm , finish 3pm, plenty of time for the All-Ireland football final replay which throws in at 5pm Saturday evening on the big screen at the Irish Centre! We meet at the Huddersfield Irish Centre at 11:30am, pitch 11:45am - the mini bus will be taking us. This will be our last football game for 2016 thanking you all for taking part in Gaelic Games and I hope you have enjoyed it, Contacts on the day John Ryan 07733715584 Denis Carmody 07791687291 Kevin Cornelly 07481526862. Forthcoming events: Senior Charity Game Sunday 9th October Under 25s verses over 25s Colne Valley; football for 16s to 60s throw-in 1pm, social and raffles at the Irish Centre afterwards. All proceeds to The Forget Me Not Hospice for Children. This game will serve as memorial to all deceased members of Brothers Pearse since its foundation in 1954 and as it is The Centenary of the 1916 rising 1916-2016, we will commemorate the event and all who lost their lives in it with a minutes silence, we are looking for a good turn out on the day, by the way the game will be played under 1916 rules. Friday the 14th October Annual Bacon & Cabbage dinner Dance at the Irish Centre all Irish cultures on display that night live, Set & Step Dancing, also Senior team Presentation Tickets £7over the bar or from club officers, need support from all on the night, Dinner served 8:30 pm. Ollie Walsh Secretary 01484 536945 mob 07944 76 7775. E mail: [email protected]

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FATHER MURPHYS

In last weekend's round four matches in the Camogie Championship, Fr Murphy's played Thomas McCurtains at Greenford, with a very strong wind which hampered the game. However, the girls in purple and gold set about their task, facing into the teeth of the wind and led 2-4 to 0-2 at half-time, through goals from Aisling Dunphy and Ann Corrigan. Fr Murphy's upped the tempo and almost owned the sliotar for the last 20 minutes of the game, popping over some delightful points and then another goal from Aisling Dunphy as the match ended in a 3-8 to 1-2 victory for the Fr. Murphy's. Former Laois player Aisling Dunphy ended up top scorer with a return of 2-2 and was almost certainly the player of the match. However, nothing can be taken away from Thomas McCurtains, who in their first year have won the junior championship and league and reached a senior championship semi-final and maybe not finished yet.

CROYDON

In the weekend’s other Camogie Championship game, Croydon had a comfortable victory against the amalgamation of the northern clubs Shire Gaels and it is indeed a credit to them that they fielded at all, given the vast distances they have to travel to get together. So as the table stands at the moment Tara are top on six points, with Thomas McCurtains to play, whilst Fr Murphy's and Croydon have four points each and face each other in the final round games this weekend. It is highly likely these four will be the semi-final final pairings the following weekend.

THOMAS McCURTAINS

The Camogie girls had a tough test against Fr. Murphy's at the weekend. They played well in periods but came out on the wrong end of the scoreboard. The footballers were given a walkover in their last league game last weekend. This leaves them currently in second place in the table. With a handful of outstanding fixtures for other teams to be played this leaves them in a great position to qualify for the semi-final. The U14 football Championship Final against Tara that was supposed to be played last weekend has been postponed to a later date. The East London Ladies are in action this weekend. The Footballers play their re-fixed league game against Fr. Murphy's in Goodmayes on Saturday while the Camogie team will play the last group game in the Championship as they take on Tara in Greenford on Sunday, both at 11 o'clock.

GLASGOW GAELS

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It's a week of finals for the Gaels. First up the Ladies take on John Mitchels of Warwickshire in the All-Britain Junior Final on Saturday Oct. 1st at 12 PM in Manchester. The ladies have already travelled to Leeds and Birmingham on their road to the final and are looking to raise essential travel funds for the Final. You can support them on their GoFundMe page (https://www.gofundme.com/2pusp39v). Both the Junior and Senior men will play Dunedin Connollys in the Scotland county finals on Sunday October 2 in Coatbridge. Throw-ins at 12.30pm and 2pm respectively. All support for these three big games is much encouraged. Following the success of the first hurling match in Peterson Park on the 5th of September, the Gaels are looking to recruit anyone interested in hurling in Scotland for another match in mid-October. Please contact us if you’re interested: [email protected]

KILBURN GAELS

Our senior team came much closer than was expected to beating county champions Robert Emmets on Saturday last. They eventually were beaten by two points. The team have been putting up very spirited performances in the last few weeks and this has led them to a semi-final against St Gabriel's. This game will be played this Sunday in Greenford. Throw in is at 12:45pm. A strong show of support from all friends of the Gaels would be greatly appreciated. The club's next committee meeting will take place in Tony's Bar this Thursday (September 29) at 9pm.

TIR CHONAILL GAELS

Tir Chonaill Gaels Juniors lost out to Tara in the final of the Championship on Greenford at the weekend in a physical game that was packed with goals. Congratulations to Paul Coggins, his management team and all the players for a tremendous campaign which saw many fine performances over the summer. Congratulations to Lloyd and all the boys for topping the group and booking a semi-final place at the weekend after a commanding 3-16 to 0-08 win over Garryowen at the weekend. Keep an eye out on the website/twitter for further fixture details. Tir Chonaill Gaels Annual Golf Day takes place on Friday, October 7, at South Herts Golf Club. To sponsor a hole or for further information, please contact club chairman, Tom Mohan.

FIXTURES

INTER-COUNTY

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All-Ireland Senior Football Final Replay

Oct 1, 5pm, Dublin v Mayo, Croke Park

LONDON

Cityjet Senior Hurling Championship

Oct 1, 3pm, Fulham Irish v Cu Chulainns, Greenford, relegation play-off

Oct 2, 12.45pm, St Gabriels v Kilburn Gaels, Greenford, semi-final

Oct 2, 4.30pm Robert Emmetts v Sean Tracey’s, Greenford

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W Reilly Ltd Intermediate Hurling Championship

Oct 2, 2.30pm, Fr Murphy’s v Brothers Pearse, Greenford, final

Minor Final Championship Final

Oct 2, 1.30pm, Parnells v TCG/Towers, Greenford

Cara Stationery Shield

Oct 2, 1.30pm, Harlesden Harps v Neasden Gaels, Mill Hill, semi-final

Cara Stationery Conway Cup

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Oct 2, 11.45am, North London Shamrocks v Kingdom Kerry Gaels, Greenford, semi-final

Oct 2, 3pm, St Kiernans v Fulham Irish, Mill Hill, semi-final

AIB Division 2 Football League

Oct 2, 12pm, St Clarets v Garryowen, Mill Hill, Round 8

AIB Division 3 Football League

Oct 2, 4.30pm, Dulwich Harps v Tir Chonaill Gaels, Greenford

Reserve Football Championship

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Oct 2, 4.30pm, St Kiernans v Tara, Mill Hill, semi-final

Oct 2, 3pm, Round Towers v North London Shamrocks, Greenford, semi-final

WARWICKSHIRE

Senior B Championship Final 

Oct 2, 2pm, Four Masters v St Marys, Paírc na hÉireann

Division 1/2 Promotion/Relegation Play-Off

Oct 2, 3pm, St. Barnabas v St. Brendan's, Paírc na hÉireann

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John F Kennedy Cup Final
Oct 2, 3.30pm, James Connollys v Rugby Gaels, Paírc na hÉireann

Senior Hurling Championship Final

Oct 9, 3.30pm, John Mitchells v St Barnabas, Paírc na hÉireann

SCOTLAND

All-Britain LGFA Junior Final

October 1st, 12pm, Gaels Ladies v John Mitchels (Warwickshire), Trafford Park, M33 6LR

Scottish Men's Championship Finals

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Oct 2, 12.30pm, Glasgow Gaels Juniors v Dunedin Connollys, St. Ambrose High School, Coatbridge

Oct 2, 2pm, Glasgow Gaels Seniors v Dunedin Connollys, St. Ambrose High School, Coatbridge

RESULTS

INTER-COUNTY

Ladies Senior Football Final

Sept 25, Cork 1-7 Dublin 1-6, Croke Park

Ladies Intermediate Football Final

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Sept 25, Kildare 1-13 Clare 1-12, Croke Park

Ladies Junior Football Final

Sept 25, Longford 4-10 Antrim 1-12, Croke Park

LONDON

AIB Division 2 Football League

Sept 25, St Clarets 3-8 Cu Chulainns 1-15, Greenford P2, Round 6

CityJet Senior Football Championship Group 1

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Sept 25, Fulham Irish 0-12 Parnells 2-10, Greenford P1, Round 3

VGC Intermediate Football Championship Final

Sept 25, Neasden Gaels 1-11 Harlesden Harps 2-6, Greenford P1 - Read report

Toureen Mangan Junior Football Championship Final

Sept 25, Tara 4-8 Tir Chonaill Gaels 2-11, Greenford P1

CityJet Senior Football Championship Group 1

Sept 25, Kingdom-Kerry Gaels 2-8 North London Shamrocks 1-11, Greenford P2, Round 3

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CityJet Senior Football Championship Group 2

Sept 25, Round Towers  0-9 St Kiernans 0-13, Greenford P1, Round 3

Sept 24, Tir Chonaill Gaels 3-16 Garryowen 0-8, Greenford P1, Round 3

CityJet Senior Hurling Championship

Sept 24, Sean Traceys 3-11 Cu Chulainns 0-8, East Lane, Round 5

Sept 24, Kilburn Gaels 2-12 Robert Emmetts 2-15, Greenford P1, Round 5

Sept 24, St Gabriels 4-16 Fulham Irish 1-6, East Lane, Round 5

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AIB Division 3 Football League

Sept 24, St Anthonys v Thomas McCurtains, Conceded by St Anthonys

WARWICKSHIRE

Senior County Championship Final
Sept 25, Sean McDermotts 2-12 Roger Casements 2-9 - Read report

Junior County Championship Final 

Sept 25, Sean Mc Dermotts 5-14 Roger Casements 2-6

Senior B Championship Semi Final
Sept 25, Four Masters 1-12 St Barnabas 1-8

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LANCASHIRE

Senior Football Championship

Sept 25, John Mitchels 0-10 St Brendans 0-8, Old Bedians - Read report

Senior Hurling Championship

Sept 25, Fullen Gaels 4-11 Wolfe Tones 1-15, Old Bedians - Read report