RTE is set to air matches from the All-Ireland club senior hurling and football championships starting next month.
The Ladies Gaelic Football Association has confirmed Facebook LIVE coverage for next Saturday's (August 24) TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Junior Championship semi-finals from St Tiernach's Park, Clones.
It was a busy weekend for the club as both the men's and the Ladies were in action on Saturday afternoon.
NLS Club Lotto has arrived!! First draw will take place on Sunday, 1st September @ 6pm in The Wishing Well, Palmers Green.
The Junior team will be playing their next Junior Championship game on the 29th August (re arranged date) against Naomh Padraig.
For the fourth year running TCG club members and Kelly Communications Group are having a one day fun cycle in Donegal to raise money for Breakthrough Cancer Research on the 24th August
Harlesden Harps will play the second round of their VGC Services Intermediate Football Championship against Garryowen on Wednesday 21st August at 6:45pm at Greenford
Congratulations to our Camogie Team who won the Plate at the World Games in Waterford last weekend.
The All-Ireland SFC semi-finals generated plenty of reaction on Twitter as age-old rivals Dublin and Kerry advanced to the Sam Maguire Cup decider on September 1...
"The half-time message to be honest was just keep doing what you're doing. And I suppose that was the learning of that first half, they showed great adaptability to the game."
Well done to the London Ladies who overcame Carlow on Saturday afternoon in McGovern Park in Ruislip.
The Junior team had two highly competitive games this week in the Junior Championship.
A strong second half performance saw Kerry come from four points down to beat Tyrone by 1-18 to 0-18 at Croke Park this afternoon.
Today we have the second semi final of the All-Ireland SFC.
With only three games left in this year's All-Ireland SFC, defending champions Dublin remain very much the team to beat.
TWO coveted slots at Croke Park on August 25 are on offer for Armagh, Mayo, Galway and Waterford on Saturday, as the counties battle it out for the remaining semi-final places in the 2019 TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Senior Football Championship.
MAYO boss Peter Leahy has made three changes in personnel for Saturday's TG4 All-Ireland Ladies SFC quarter-final clash with Armagh at Glennon Brothers Pearse Park, Longford (Live on TG4, 1pm).
A hesitant Peter Keane has suggested that a Tier 2 in Gaelic football is the way forward.
The club has had all eyes on the GAA World Games that has taken place in Waterford last week.
New players are always very welcome to join our friendly club. If you would like to join please do not hesitate to contact us below. We would be delighted to hear from you.
The club wishes to extend our deepest sympathies to Dave Byrne and his family on the passing of his father in Mayo. May he Rest in Peace.
An impressive start to the Intermediate Championship saw Éire Óg run out winners over Harlesden Harps on a scoreline of 2-10 to 0-7 in Ruislip on Saturday.
Five Mayo players make our team of the week after their ruthless dismantling of Donegal's All-Ireland ambitions on Saturday evening…
Diarmuid Connolly's return to action in Dublin's dead rubber victory over Tyrone and Mayo's gutsy win over Donegal generated plenty of activity on social media…
"They mental strength they showed. Some of the tackling and the effort was inspiring, to be honest. They were superb."
Questions still to be answered.
The All-Ireland SHC semi-finals led to a shift in the pecking order at the top of our rankings, with the beaten provincial finalists coming out on top against the Leinster and Munster champions.
Progressive London club Tir Chonaill Gaels has developed ambitious plans to turn its Greenford base, Tir Chonaill Park, into a £4.7million Centre of Excellence for London GAA.
Picking a team of the week from two epic All-Ireland SHC semi-final encounters was no easy task...
Our Summer Camp was a great success again this year, we had 125 children attend and even though this was our first official Cul Camp we have been running the Summer Camp since 2007
It was a bit of a mixed weekend of results last weekend. On a unseasonably wet day in Greenford our Intermediate Footballers lost out to St Kiernans in their last League game.
The club has been enthralled with our Junior team's brilliant and valiant League campaign.
Harlesden Harps will play the first round of their VGC Services Intermediate Football Championship against Éire Óg this coming Saturday 03rd August at 2:30pm
The intermediate team took to Ruislip on Sunday in search of the Division 3 league title where St Clarets were their opposition
The Club would like to pass on our condolences to former player and Down footballer Brian Conlon on his passing today.
The analysis of the weekend's epic hurling entertainment on last night's Sunday Game generated plenty of reaction on social media…
"Whether I can do it again, I don't know. I don't want to think about it for a while. I think I just need to stop. It's been 18 years playing and 12 or 13 with no breather."
Kilkenny are back in the All-Ireland SHC final following what can be only described as one of the greatest games of the modern era after they beat Limerick by 1-21 to 2-17 at Croke Park this evening.