British GAA: Latest club notes, fixtures and results

British GAA: Latest club notes, fixtures and results


The seniors made it two from two in the VGC Intermediate Championship in what was a polished performance against St Brendans. A number of scores from Niall McAlynn, Eamonn McGovern and one outstanding effort from Dave Kilcullen put the Joes in the driving seat mid-way through the second period. The introduction Mark McNulty seen him make a sizable impact enabling him to convert another two scores alongside Tom Lawrence and James Gart…Oh that one went wide! After the last number of super performances we can forgive you for that one James! The last score of the day went to probably our best player on the day as Damien Hanahoe had a nosebleed moment and ventured forward to what must be his first score for the Joes. Well done Damo. A super win for the Joes lads on the day and puts them safely through to the semi-finals of the competition with a game to spare. FT Score St Joseph’s 1-13 St Brendans 0-7.

Our men's team are back in action this coming weekend in the London Intermediate Championship as they take on Neasden Gaels on Saturday at 4.30pm in Greenford. Lotto Results for 14/8/2016 - Winning Numbers 2, 3, 13, 25 - No Jackpot Winner. Lucky Dip Winners: Mick, Liam & Joe – Gateway; Amanda Perrill - St Anthony's Ladies; Brendan O'Sullivan – Gateway; John Ryan – Gateway. Thanks to everybody for their continued support! We wish to thank our generous sponsors Carney Construction for their continued support of the men's team. They have sponsored the training gear for this season and a very successful presentation night was held recently in The Gateway where the gear was formally presented by the Carney family to the team.

The Seniors started the defence of the championship after drawing with the Round Towers at Greenford on Sunday evening (see page 39). The Juniors are due to be in action again next Saturday, August 20, at Greenford at 5pm against Crawley & Brighton Gaels in the next round of the Championship. The league game due to be played against Eire Og at the weekend was postponed. Congratulations to Lloyd, Patrick and all the boys on winning the shield at the GAA World Games in Dublin last week and for doing the club proud.


Both opponents for the Gaels last week were unable to field, conceding the two point wins to the Gaels (Seniors v. Dalriada and Juniors v. Sands MacSwineys). Both men's teams will now take on Dunedin Connollys of Edinburgh this Sunday. However, Peterson Park is unavailable due to Scotland Shinty Finals and therefore the matches will be held in Thornliebank in Glasgow. All support very welcome. 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].

Congratulations to the Camogs who won three games to qualify for the semi-finals of the GAA World Games last week. Unfortunately, that was as far as they went as they lost out to a strong Canadian side 3-06 to 1-04. Next weekend our hurlers and footballers are both in championship action in Greenford. New players are always very welcome to join our friendly club. We have Gaelic Football & Hurling teams for both men and ladies from U8s up to adults. We are based in East London; the club covers a wide area and current players live in many different areas, including, Gants Hill, Woodford, Leyton, Leytonstone, Stratford, Romford, Dagenham, Brentwood & Chelmsford as well as many other areas. Transport to and from training and pick-up from stations can be arranged, if required.

St Brendan’s Championship hopes suffered another blow on Sunday afternoon in Greenford, when they were beaten by Cu Chulainns. Training takes place on every Tuesday and Thursday at Green School, Busch Corner, London Road, Isleworth, Middlesex, TW7 5BB- just beside Syon Station.

Once again Tara GFC held a very successful annual Summer Camp with 130 children in attendance at Silve Jubliee Stadium, Hendon FC in Kingsbury. Camp was open to all clubs in London aged from four years up to U14's along with Tara’s was Granuaille, St Kiernans, Parnell's and Tir Chonaill Gaels, North London Shamrocks. Tina Tracey Camp Coordinator thanked all the coaches/teachers who done a fantastic job at the camp and thanked the parents/carers and all who worked behind the scenes for their kind support. Granuaille assisted with the hurling and supplied the hurling equipment. A special thanks to Rob Morris and Tom Stockman who was on hand daily at Silve Jubliee Stadium for their generosity and community spirit, enabling the club to use the excellent facilities. Thanks to Brendie Brien who presented the children with Cúl Camp bags on behalf of the London GAA. Thanks to the Tara Chairman Brendan Gallagher and all the committee for their kind support. Thanks to Sharon Kelly and Lilly Monagle for their lovely music on Friday. All 130 children seemed to have a wonderful time with a lot of passion and energy getting involved in hurling and lots of fun activities with Gaelic tournament running all week with Sligo, Wexford, Galway, Kildare, Mayo, London. The Cup was won by the Mayo team, The Shield was won by the Kildare team, The Plate won by the Sligo team.


CityJet Senior Hurling Championship
Aug 21, 1.30pm, Thomas McCurtains v Brothers Pearse, Greenford, R6
Aug 21, 1.30pm, St Gabriels v Robert Emmetts, East Lane, R2
Aug 21, 3pm, Sean Traceys v Kilburn Gaels, Greenford, R2
W Reilly Ltd Intermediate Hurling Championship
Aug 21, 3pm, St Gabriel’s v St Declan’s, East Lane, R6
Aug 21, 12pm, Fr Murphys v Granuaile, Greenford, R6
VGC Intermediate Football Championship
Aug 20, 3pm, Heston Gaels v Harlesden Harps, Greenford, R3
Aug 20, 4.30pm, Neasden Gaels v St Anthony’s, Greenford, R3
Aug 20, 6pm, Moindearg v St Josephs, Greenford, R3
Toureen Mangan Junior Football Championship
Aug 20, 3.30pm, Tara v Thomas McCurtains, Greenford
Aug 20, 5pm, Tir Chonaill Gaels v Crawley & Brighton, Greenford
Aug 20, 3.30pm, Dulwich Harps v St Clarets, Tottenhall
Aug 20, 5pm, Eire Og v Fr Murphys, Tottenhall


Senior Hurling Championship Final
Aug 21, 3.30pm, John Mitchels v St Barnabas, Pairc na hEireann
Michael Reilly Cup
Aug 17, 7.30pm, Sean McDermotts v John Mitchels, Pairc na hEireann
Frank Brady Cup
Aug 20, 3pm, Roger Casements v John Mitchels, Pairc na hEireann
John Scanlon Cup Final
Aug 21, 1.45pm, Erin Go Bragh v Four Masters, Pairc na hEireann
John F Kennedy SF
Aug 21, 2pm, St Finbarrs v James Connollys, Pair na hEireann


Scottish Men's Championship Round 5
Aug 21, 2pm, Gaels Seniors v Dunedin Connollys, Thornliebank
Aug 21, 3.30pm, Gaels Juniors v Dunedin Connollys, Thornliebank



CityJet Senior Football Championship Group 1 
Aug 14, Tir Chonaill Gaels 2-7 Round Towers 0-13, R1
CityJet Senior Football Championship Group 1
Aug 14, Fulham Irish 2-9 North London Shamrocks 3-14, R1
Aug 14, Kingdom-Kerry Gaels 1-15 Parnells 2-13, R1
VGC Intermediate Football Championship Group 2
Aug 14, Cu Chulainns 3-9 St Brendans 2-10, R3
Aug 14, St Kiernans 2-13 Garryowen 0-8, R1
WJReilly Buildings Ltd Intermediate Hurling Championship
Aug 13, St Declans 0-7 Fr Murphys 2-24, R5
CityJet Senior Hurling Championship
Aug 11, Cu Chulainns 2-10 Fulham Irish 1-6, R2
AIB Division 3 Football League
Aug 14, Tir Chonaill Gaels v Naomh Padrai, Conceded by Naomh Padraig
Aug 13, Shalloe Pearse v Dulwich Harps, Conceded by Shalloe Pearse


Hurling Championship
St Barnabas 2-16 Roger Casements 1-9
John Scanlon Cup SF
St Mary’s 0-11 Erin Go Brath 7-13
St Brendans 2-10 Four Masters 1-14
JFK Cup Semi-Final
Rugby Gaels 3-10 St Josephs 4-5


Lancashire Junior League Semi-Finals
John Mitchels 1-17 Oisins 1-7
St. Brendan's 3-06 Wolfe Tones 1-8


Scottish Men's Championship Round 4
Aug 13, Gaels Seniors v Dalriada (Dalriada conceded)
Aug 15, Gaels Juniors v Sands MacSwineys (Sands conceded)