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This Sunday’s Game: Europe in 2020, and beyond, with Tony Bass and RTE Sport Marie Crowe’s ultimate Home Improvement

This Sunday’s Game goes from Holland to Ireland this episode with some North Korean GAA news thrown in.  GGE Chairperson Tony Bass gives us the latest on season 2020 and how the Croke Park’s financial woes are knocking on in

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Sunny Sitges to Beautiful Bratislava

From Spain to Slovakia today as we check in on the amazing growth of GAA in Iberia and chat with Mick Collins (not that one), Chairperson of Sitges GAA Club about his journey from Erasmus to founding a GAA club.

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Nordic GAA and Italian Gaels

On this Wednesday edition of This Sunday’s Game, Alan Moore is joined by Paddy Reynolds, PRO of the Nordic Region and Helsinki Harps.  Paddy tells of his journey to Helsinki and the challenges facing Gaelic Games in the region. And

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Sports media in Ireland and Camogie on the move

It’s Sunday which means it has to be the latest edition of “This Sunday’s Game”.  Joining the show this week are award-winning broadcaster Jonathan Higgins of Off the Ball, Newstalk FM and Virgin Media TV and Director General of the

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This Sunday’s Game: Ladies football and Coping with Covid

It’s a midweek mix of news, views and interviews on This Sunday’s Game.  GGE”s Health and Welfare Office, Anna-Marie O’Rourke, joins to give us her Top 5 tips to stay well during lockdown.  She also gives a frontline insight into

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This Sunday’s Game – GGE’s Podcast goes live!

Gaelic Game Europe have just launched a podcast – “This Sunday’s Game” – and will bring all the news, views and interviews from Europe and beyond.  Lots of Gaelic Games, sports and some very special guests.  We throw in with GGE

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Coronavirus – How to explain it to Children

While we engage as adults in non-stop speculation and discussion of coronavirus and economy, we often miss out on one group that right now really need our support and understanding.  It’s a group who until recently were pushed to the

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First virtual French cup

At this tragic time, sport is not a priority. All around the world, all competitions are postponed while waiting for the health situation to improve. In order to give a little distraction to the french gaelic community, French Federation has

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COVID-19 (‘Corona’) VIRUS

Official GGE tournaments/matches scheduled for dates in March/April/MAY are POSTPONED    (* France –see note below):-Football fixtures scheduled for Arthron, Clermont-Ferrand (France); Barcelona, Valencia, SEVILLE(Iberia); The Hague, Maastricht, LUXEMBOURG (Benelux); Berlin, BRATISLAVA (Central-East) and Copenhagen (Nordics) along with the camogie/hurling first round in PARIS will not go ahead.  * April+May – please refer to: https:/www.facebook.com/FootballGaelique/ Other tournaments/matches scheduled for

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Gaelic Games Europe would encourage clubs, teams, mentors and players to take sensible steps to avoid spreading the virus and protect our members. AVOID UNNECESSARY CLOSE CONTACTS such as handshakes, kissing , hugging, certain training drills, etc. DON’T SHARE water or other

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