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Well done to Dunedin Connollys. Hope they are able host AI Quarter in Edinburgh and don't have to travel to Birmingham or Manchester. I'm sure plans and work is in place to get this sorted for them.

daskip89 (Galway) - Posts: 234 - 15/11/2016 09:03:34    1934289


Well done to both sides on Sunday for a very enjoyable game. Don't think there was any doubt that Connollys were the better side but Mitchells made them work for it. The loss of their fullback seemed to be a big blow for them but they struggled for scores as well. All the best to Connollys now in the All-Ireland.

Soma (UK) - Posts: 2549 - 15/11/2016 11:32:46    1934320


According to the GAA and All Britain websites the Dunedin Connollys v Rosenallis All Ireland Junior Football Championship quarter final will take place on either Saturday 03 December or Sunday 04 December in Edinburgh. Anyone willing to guess which day will be the likely winner?

Anyway, best wishes to Dunedin. Give it your all!

ballagoballa (UK) - Posts: 43 - 24/11/2016 15:30:29    1936470


Well done to Connollys yesterday, beating the Leinster champions is a fine achievement. Best of luck in January.

Soma (UK) - Posts: 2549 - 05/12/2016 10:14:18    1938351


Best of luck to Dunedin Connollys for Sunday's game over in Armagh against Rock from Tyrone in the All Ireland Junior Football Championship semi-

final. Go all the way!

ballagoballa (UK) - Posts: 43 - 26/01/2017 22:39:54    1949097


Caulry GAA Club Westmeath
It was with great sadness and regret that we learned of the death of Joe Roarke last week. Joe was an advocate of the GAA and was greatly involved in the development and promotion of the game abroad. Joe's love of the GAA was born in Caulry with his honours including winning the Junior Championship and League in 1957. Despite moving to Birmingham the day after collecting his medals, Joe always held the GAA close to his heart as he played with the Birmingham club Tara GAA. Joe also served some time as a referee and was elected county PRO for Warwickshire County Board GAA. However, he will always be remembered for serving an astounding 20 years as Provincial Secretary of Britain. Due to Joe's astonishing involvement in the GAA, he was presented with a GAA President's Award in 2010 by Uachtarán CLG Criostóir Ó Cuana. The club extends its deepest sympathies to the Roarke family, Mount Temple, at this time.

Icehouse (Westmeath) - Posts: 43 - 04/02/2017 11:43:10    1951779