London captain Liam Gavaghan will be one of the proudest men to take to the field for Sunday's Connacht SFC clash against Leitrim at Ruislip.
Leitrim captain Donal Wrynn believes that facing London in the newly redeveloped Ruislip is a big advantage for the Exiles.
London manager Ciaran Deely feels that his charges are ready for the challenge of Leitrim in the Connacht SFC quarterfinal on Sunday.
The GAA has confirmed the following fixture details for the Christy Ring, Nicky Rackard, and Lory Meagher Cup Finals.
London GAA have secured new naming rights for their redeveloped home ahead of its reopening this weekend.
Our senior men face Tir Chonaill Gaels tonight (Tuesday) in the quarter final of the Malarkey Cup. Throw in is 7.15pm at Berkeley Avenue, Greenford, UB6 0NZ.
This race to be crowned 2017 All-Ireland hurling champions begins in Trim tomorrow night.
Former Wexford player Greg Jacob was in upbeat mood after his Lancashire team bowed out of the Lory Meagher Cup following a five-point loss to Warwickshire, 1-15 to 1-10 in Manchester.
Harlesden Harps have their next fixture in the AIB Reserve Football League this coming Friday 26th of May against Parnells. Throw in for the game is at 7:15pm.
The Sam Maguire Cup race began in earnest over the weekend, here's our team of the week...
Following their heroics against Tipperary yesterday, six Cork players are included in our hurling team of the week...
The countdown is on to the reopening of the Irish TV Grounds in Ruislip next Sunday.
Jackpot £4150 draw held in Ramble Inn
Football action continued in the Parnells camp this past week; in action on two occasions and great wins in both games.
Hard luck to the reserves on losing their first league game of the season, on a tight scoreline of 1-11 to 0-6 against Parnells.
All roads lead to Ruislip this Sunday as London look to overcome Leitrim in the first round of the Connaught champonship
Our Hurlers beat Granuaile in the Semi Final of the Ronan Cup on a fine Sunday afternoon in Greenford.
Two goals at either end of the interval by Ciara Donnelly, allied with eight points from the magnificent Niamh Mallon gave Ulster a 3-11 to 2-7 victory over a gutsy Leinster in the Junior Interprovincial Camogie Final at the National Sports Campus in Abbotstown.
Today there was championship action in all four provinces.
The Cavan senior hurlers are celebrating their first win in seven years after defeating neighbours Fermanagh by 4-17 to 0-17 in the fifth round of the Lory Meagher Cup at Lisbellaw.
Here are our previews for the nine inter-county hurling clashes taking place this weekend, including Sunday's Munster SHC quarter-final between Tipperary and Cork.
It is nearly eight months since we have had a senior intercounty championship game on television but come Saturday that wait is over.