Thomas McCurtains Camogs have been crowned British Junior Champions after victory over Brothers Pearce in their first ever All Britain Junior Championship Final
Congratulations to all the Parnell players who represented London U16 and 18s in the All-Britain Championship Finals against Warwickshire
Jackpot £2100 draw held in The Mawbey
Congratulatuons to the Camogs who have been crowned British Junior Champions after victory over Brothers Pearse in their first ever All Britain Junior Championship Final in Dulwich last Thursday evening.
Our first team were defeated by Dulwich in their first championship encounter at Peckham on Saturday on a score line of 1-7 to 6 points.
Do you know your stuff from what happened in the GAA world over the past weekend?
The GAA and Gaelic Players Association have announced details of a new deal worth €6.2m per year that includes a number of significant increases in benefits for inter-county players.
London Youth Committee would like to offer sincere sympathies to the families of Josh Obahar (Parnells) on the death of his grandmother in Cork and to Sam Langan (Parnells) on the death of his grandmother in Newcastle
The club would like to express its sympathy to former player Paddy Tinnelly and family on the passing of his father Patsy who passed away at the weekend. May he Rest in Peace.
Check out a round-up of the GAA topics that were trending on Twitter over the weekend...
It was a quiet week for the club this week with no fixtures taking place.
We played our first Championship game last Saturday at Wormwood Scrubs losing to St Brendan's
"There is more important things in life than sport."
St . Brendan's got their Championship hopes off to a great start on Saturday by beating Moindearg in the first round of the Intermediate Championship
Kerry and Mayo will contest the All-Ireland JFC final for the second year in-a-row on Saturday, August 6 following victories over Lancashire and Wexford respectively this afternoon.
As he prepares his side to face Kerry, Lancashire manager Liam Coyne is every bit as passionate as any intercounty manager back home.
The Men's team had a walkover against Naomh Padraig last Sunday as our opponents couldn't field.
Ahead of the All-Ireland JFC semi-final, Lancashire manager Liam Coyne believes all the pressure is on their opponents Kerry.
Lancashire are all geared up for their massive All-Ireland JFC semi-final against Kerry on Saturday.
Busy time for the club in next few weeks starting with the Yorkshire Homegrown Final on Thursday at 7.45pm in Beeston, Leeds
Harlesden Harps senior team begin their VGC Intermediate Championship this Saturday 23rd July at 6:00pm against St Anthonys.
The GAA could be set to go down the road of paying its elite referees.