On Sunday at 2:30pm, the club will take the field in Greenford in the intermediate hurling county final.
On Sunday our seniors lost by a single point to Cú Chulainns despite fielding an under strength side.
The Ladies football finals took centre stage over the weekend and Cork's win over Dublin was shrouded in controversy...
Men's and Ladies' Training is taking place on Thursday evenings at Prendergast Ladywell Fields College, SE4 1SA.
"Obviously, ladies football have to answer the question - to Dublin and our players and their families who have sacrificed as much as the girls have - why do we not have Hawk-Eye?"
The next meeting London Youth Committee meeting will take place on Monday the 17th of October 2016 at 8 30pm at Irish Tv GAA Grounds
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.
The Camogie girls had a tough test against Fr. Murphy's at the weekend.
Jackpot £2550 draw held in The Mayfair
The Conrad Ryan Cup Final under 14s- Saturday September 17th 2016 at Northwick Park.
If you are interested in sponsorship or getting involved please feel free to contact the club and we will be happy to help.
Here's our team of the week from a drama-packed All-Ireland final...
Our senior team got knocked out of the championship after losing their semi final replay 4-8 to 1-8 against Tir Chonaill Gaels.
There was no shortage of talking points from an All-Ireland SFC final that was low in quality but high in entertainment...
Tara travelled to Mitcham on Sunday morning to take on Croydon in the third round of the All Britain Senior Camogie Championship.
"There is plenty of character in the group and I expect the boys to get their heads down."
In the clubs only fixture last weekend our hurlers succumbed to a defeat by Brothers Pearse in the Championship Semi-Final.
The following are the details of our late and great friend, Tom O'Connor's 1st anniversary:
Former London footballer Stephen 'Paddy' O'Sullivan has passed away.
All-Ireland champions Tipperary will open their 2017 national hurling league account in the capital.
All-Ireland finalists Dublin and Mayo will take on Cavan and Monaghan respectively in the first round of the 2017 national football league.