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Welcome
A Chairde,
It is an honour for me, on behalf of the Gaelic Football and Hurling Association of Australasia, to welcome you to the
Michael Cusacks’ All Sydney GAA Championship.
The “All Sydney” is fast becoming one of the key dates in the NSW Gaelic Games calendar, as it kick starts the playing
season for coaches and players alike, and really sets the tone for the rest of the season in Sydney. I am sure that today’s
games, across all codes, will be highly competitive as the teams and clubs involved are keen to seize the first official
silverware of 2015.
I would also like to congratulate NSW ladies footballers Ciara Breen (Michael Cusacks) and Noreen Sullivan (Cormac
McAnallens) who will both play for Australasia at the GAA World Games in UAE next month, in addition to Kieran Olwell
(NSW President and former Michael Cusacks’ Chairman) who is the team coach and manager. It is a fantastic achievement
to be selected to represent your adopted country in Gaelic Games on an international stage.
Following on from a hugely successful Australasian Championships in 2014, plans are already afoot for Wellington this
October, as New Zealand play hosts to the games for the first time in a number of years. We trust there will be a strong
contingent of players from NSW across all codes making the trip across the Tasman, with the NSW ladies footballers vying
for that all-important “4-in-a-row”.
Finally, as we kick off another new season in Sydney I wish to pay tribute to all those who give freely of their time and
expertise in running your teams, clubs and the NSW GAA Association as a whole – your commitment to the development
and promotion of our games does not go unnoticed.
Gerard Roe
Secretary, Gaelic Football and Hurling Association of Australasia (GFHAA)
A Chairde,
As chairman of Michael Cusacks Gac I'd like to welcome everyone to the 2nd All Sydney GAA Championship. After a few
false starts the competition got off the ground last year and the day was a huge success.
With the influx of new members joining Sydney GAA clubs showing no signs of slowing, this competition gives codes a
welcome opportunity to get in some match practice before the upcoming season.
Last years tournament saw many high quality encounters across all codes with Cormac McAnallens and Central Coast
coming out on top taking two trophies home each.
The Michael Cusack’s Club look forward to welcoming all clubs, spectators and sponsors out today and hope that
everyone has an enjoyable and successful day.
Daniel Ward
Chairman, Michael Cusack’s GAA Sydney
“I call for the Irish people to take the
management of their games into
their own hands, to encourage
and promote every form of athletics
which is peculiarly Irish.”
Michael Cusack, Founder of the GAA
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Club Profiles and Players
Michael
Cusacks
Men’s Football, Hurling, Ladies Football and Camogie
Founded in 1988 by Seamus Clancy and a group of Munster men, Cusacks celebrated their silver jubilee last season.
Initially consisting of a Men’s Football team, Cusack’s Hurling was established in 1989, followed by Ladies Football in
1991 and Camogie in 2005, making them one of Australasia’s largest GAA Clubs. Cusack’s have a proud history of success
in all NSWGAA Competitions with up to 89 titles and pieces of silverware won across all their playing codes.
www.michaelcusacks.com
Men’s Football
Hurling
Player
Club and County
Player
Club and County
David Corbett
Aidan Gallagher
Liam Heverin
Fergal Heverin
Anthony Breen
Anthony Maguire
James O’Brien
Benny Reilly
Brendan Mackin
Conor Grimes
Brian O’Rourke
Callum Laverty
Tim Fleming
Damian Dundas
Dave Shirley
Darren Magennis
Daniel Ward
Darragh Considine
John Tierney
Anthony Reddy
Garry McBrien
Gavin Brannigan
Jimmy Larkin
Joe Starkey
Conor Quinn
John O’Driscoll
Kevin Clancy
Mark Donohue
Tim Dowling
Mark Reidy
Mike Jones
Niall Quinn
Michael O’Riordan
Padraic Brennan
Edwin McAree
Padraig O’Reilly
Patrick Flanagan
Paul Kavanagh
Paul Kearney
Paul McCaffrey
Matthew Fitzsimons
Brian Treacy
Rory Flanagan
Ryan McGovern
Stephen Brannigan
David Lenaghan
Micheal Dowling
Barry McAlinden
Stephen Fox
Conor Canning
Donal McAvinue
Brendan Carty
Colm Hand
Jack Callaghan
Shannonbridge, Offaly
Derrgonnelly Harps, Fermanagh
Cortoon Shamrocks, Galway
Cortoon Shamrocks, Galway
Taghmon, Wexford
Derrygonnelly Harps, Fermanagh
Crossmolina Deel Rovers, Mayo
Teemore Shamrocks, Fermanagh
Shane O’Neills, Armagh
Kinnitty, Offaly
Glanworth, Cork
Saul, Down
Feohanagh/Castlemahon, Limerick
Derrygonnelly Harps, Fermanagh
Michael Cusacks, Sydney
Ballymartin, Down
Derrygonnelly Harps, Fermanagh
St. Breckans, North Clare
Knockbride, Cavan
Doon, Offaly
Derrylin O’Connells, Fermanagh
Camlough, Armagh
Kilkee, Clare
RGU Downpatrick, Down
Attical, Down
Kilmacabea, Cork
Nemo Rangers, Cork
Teemore Shamrocks, Fermanagh
Allenwood, Kildare
Athea, Limerick
Galtee Gaels, Limerick
Shane O’Neills, Armagh
Kilbrin, Cork
Bailieborough, Cavan
Emyvale, Monaghan
Clonguish, Longford
Teconnaught, Down
An Tochar, Wicklow
O’Donovan Rossa, Cork
Lisummon, Armagh
Kingscourt Stars, Cavan
Leitrim Gaels, Leitrim
Teconnaught, Down
Teemore Shamrocks, Fermanagh
Ballymartin, Down
Corrinshego, Armagh
Emo, Laois
Attical, Down
Templeogue, Dublin
Maynooth, Kildare
Derrylin O’Connells, Fermanagh
Cumann Peadar Naofa, Down
Laragh United, Cavan
Fermoy, Cork
Conor Ranahan
Garry Fitzgerald
Micheal O’Riordan
Conor Grimes
Noel Mannion
Ciaran O’Donovan
Keith Coen
Eoin Murphy
Daithi O’Donoghue
Donall Barry
Tim Fleming
Chris O’Donovan
Gearoid Considine
Mark Kelly
Adam Shepard
Enda Coen
Eamonn O’Riordan
Dermot Gilchrest
Denis Caroll
Donie Sutton
Alan Byrne
Gearoid Keogh
Conor Hassett
Jim Duignan
Eamonn Ryan
Richard Leahy
Wesley Ryan
Ronan Kenny
Micheal O’Sullivan
Mike Jones
David O’Connell
Jason Lynch
Denis Lillis
Allan O’Connor
Daniel Whyte
Daniel Hannigan
Tomas McAuliffe
Donal Collins
Frankie Culleton
Padraig O’Laochdha
John Lynch
Askeaton/Ballysteen, Limerick
Blackrock, Limerick
Kilbrin, Cork
Kinnitty, Offaly
Mullagh, Galway
Athenry, Galway
Balindeneen, Galway
Clonduff, Down
Kilnadeema/Leitrim, Galway
Castlegar, Galway
Feohanagh/Castlemahon, Limerick
Michael Cusacks, Cork
Cratloe, Clare
Newcastle West, Limerick
St. Mary’s Leixlip, Kildare
Loughrea, Galway
Kilbrin, Cork
Kiltormer, Galway
Dromcollogher/Broadford, Limerick
Argideen Rangers, Cork
Fanaithe Na Sionnaine, Tipperary
Commericials, Dublin
St. Josephs Doora-Barefield, Clare
Toomevara, Tipperary
Sean Treacys, Tipperary
Eire-Og Annacarthy, Tipperary
Eire-Og Annacarthy, Tipperary
Kiltormer, Galway
Feohanagh/Castlemahon, Limerick
Glenore, Limerick
Abbeydorney, Kerry
Feohanagh/Castlemahon, Limerick
Kildolorrey, Cork
Newcastle West, Limerick
Mullagh, Galway
Feenagh/Kilmeedy, Limerick
Feohanagh/Castlemahon
Carrigtwohill, Cork
Cashel, Tipperary
Youghal, Cork
Feenagh/Kilmeedy, Limerick
Team Management
Padraig Berry
Colm Carty
Kevin Clancy
Abbeylara, Longford
Cumann Peadar Naofa, Down
Nemo Rangers, Cork
“I believe hurling is the best of us, one of the
greatest and most beautiful expressions of
what we can be. For me that is the perspective
that death and loss cast on the game. If you
could live again you would hurl more,
because that is living. You'd pay less
attention to the rows and the mortgage and
the car and all the daily drudge.”
Donal Og Cusack, Cork Hurler
Club Profiles and Players
Michael Cusacks
Ladies Football
Camogie
Player
Club and County
Player
Club and County
Aine Egan
Anita Quinn
Anne-Marie Coffey
Aoife Beirne
Aoife Sheahan
Ber Stokes
Ciara Breen
Caoimhe Hoey
Cara Connaire
Cara McCullough
Carly O’Connor
Carrie McVeigh
Catriona Lyons
Charlotte Rooney
Ciara Breen
Ciara Cunningham
Claire McGinty
Dara Collins
Dervla Murphy
Emer Murphy
Eimear Flynn
Fiona Cotter
Grainne Carroll
Grainne Regan
Hannah Flynn
Jaimee O’Sullivan
Jaime Fitzsimons
Jessica Barry
Joanne McDonagh
Krystle Ruddy
Laura Finegan
Lauren Camino
Leanne Behan
Linda Lodge
Lisa Murphy
Lorraine Spillane
Mairead Murphy Margaret Hayes
Michelle McCourt Monica Collins Nadine Trainor
Natalie McGuigan
Nicola Johnson
Orla Conway
Orla McGeeney
Phyllis McQuillan
Roisin Kelly
Sarah Murphy
Sarah Nix
Stacey Hehr
Theresa Shiels
Dromcollogher/Broadford, Limerick
Mullaghbawn, Armagh
Ballylanders, Limerick
Stokestown, Roscommon
Dr. Crokes, Kerry
Dromcollogher/Broadford, Limerick
Derrynoose, Armagh
St. Brides, Louth
Longford
Carrickcruppen, Armagh
Ballindereen, Galway
Killeavy, Armagh
Donegal
Carrickcruppen, Armagh
Derrynoose, Armagh
An Riocht, Down
Four Masters, Donegal
Silverbridge, Armagh
Lisnaskea Emmets, Fermanagh
Teconnaught, Down
Maynooth, Kildare
Glanworth, Cork
Down
Galway
Fr. Casey’s, Limerick
Kilkenny
Kingscourt Stars, Cavan
Cork
Louislourgh, Mayo
Athenry, Galway
St. Martins, Louth
Michael Cusacks, Sydney
Lucan, Dublin
Old Mill, Limerick
Derrygonnelly Harps, Fermangh
Longford
Caherlistrane, Galway
Carbery Rangers, Cork
Roche Emmets, Louth
Downpatrick, Down
Carrickcruppen, Armagh
St. Pauls, Antrim
Crumlin, Dublin
Carryduff, Down
St. Brides, Louth
Carrickcruppen, Armagh
Killeavy, Armagh
Clonduff, Down
Feohanagh/Castlemahon, Limerick
East Clare Gaels, Clare
Clones, Monaghan
Aoife Goggin
Ber Stokes
Brenda Bennett
Caoimhe Hoey
Carly O’Connor
Christina Dunne
Ciara Breen
Ciara Cunningham
Cora Brosnahan
Dara Collins
Denise Mooney
Emer Ryan
Emma Fogarty
Fiona Cotter
Jaimee O’Sullivan
Katie Cullen
Krystle Ruddy
Laura Gibbons
Maria Rooney
Marina Pilatsikas
Michelle Brosnahan
Miriam Hynes
Natalie McGuigan
Nessa Devaney
Orla McGeeney
Rachel Hogan
Rosemary Kennedy
Sarah Murphy
Sarah Nix
Teresa Burke
Therese Maxwell
Blackrock, Limerick
Dromcollogher/Broadford, Limerick
Castletown, Laois
St. Brides, Louth
Ballindereen, Galway
Toomevara, Tipperary
Derrynoose, Armagh
An Riocht, Down
Tournafulla, Limerick
Silverbridge, Armagh
Killimor, Galway
Upperchurch Drombane, Tipperary
Kilcormac/Killoughey, Offaly
Glanworth, Cork
Lisdowney, Kilkenny
Toomevara, Tipperary
Athenry, Galway
Craughwell, Galway
Portumna, Galway
Clan na Gael Fontenoys, Dublin
Tournafulla, Limerick
Davitts, Galway
St. Pauls, Antrim
Toomevara, Tipperary
St. Brides, Louth
Tullaroan, Kilkenny
Silvermints, Tipperary
Clonduff, Down
Feohanagh/Castlemahon, Limerick
Clonoulty Rossmore, Tipperary
Toomevara, Tipperary
Team Management
Mark Reidy
Sinead Burke
Athea, Limerick
Shamrocks, Galway
Team Management
Eamonn Thomas
Dec McGuire
Ballintubber, Mayo
Abbeylara, Longford
“And it looks like there’s a bit of a
schemozzle in the parallellogram”
Mícheál O’Hehir
GAA Commentator
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Club Profiles and Players
Central
Coast “The Coast”
Hurling, Camogie, Ladies Football and Men’s Junior Football
Central Coast Gaelic Athletic Club is one of Sydney’s longest standing GAA clubs with 2015 being its 34th year in
existence. Despite the name, the club is located in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs and has a Hurling, Ladies Football, Camogie
and Men’s Junior B Football team.
www.coastgaa.com
Hurling
Player
Club and County
Stephen Morris
Noel Fagan
David McCormack
Richard O’Hara
Shane Furlong
Sean O’Neil
John McKenna
Morgan Lalor
Eoin Kelly
Liam Crean
James Breen
Lorcan Ryan
Seamus Noonan
Paul Keith
Colm Quinn
Kieran Cowman
Matthew Butler
Brendan Fox
Wexford
Meath
Kilkenny
Wexford
Wexford
Wexford
Tipperary
Offaly
Wexford
Wexford
Wexford
Wexford
Clare
Down
Clare
Wexford
Wicklow
Wexford
Player
Club and County
James Kehoe
Kevin Fagan
Jess Codd
Conor McElhinney
Sean Connick
Derrek Conick
Eanna Lohan
Micheal O'Keeffe
Enda Sludds
Brian Bell
Shane O'Dea
Paddy Hayden
Niall Doran
Shane Ryan
Wexford
Meath
Wexford
Derry
Wexford
Wexford
Kildare
Wexford
Wexford
Down
Limerick
Wexford
Wexford
Kilkenny
Team Management
Denis Crawfod
Kieran Cowman
Down
Wexford
Ladies Football
Camogie
Player
Club and County
Player
Club and County
Dee Delaney
Evelyn O’Briens
Keira Kinahan-Murphy
Emma Kirby
Jenny O’Grady
Ciara Storey
Geraldine Campbell
Emma Moran
Ruth Walsh
Aideen Doyle
Paula Mallon
Roisin Devlin
Sarah Fogarty
Geraldine Buttle
Johanna Breen
Yvonne Connell
Helen Dermody
Leann Fennelly
Norah Kirby
Laura Quinn
Siobhan McGrath
Emma Treanor
Eileen Fitzpatrick
Louise Mone
Karen Mernagh
Ciara Lawlor
Kilkenny
Waterford
Kilkenny
Sligo
Waterford
Wexford
Down
Wexford
Wexford
Wexford
Armagh
Armagh
Tipperary
Wexford
Wexford
Monaghan
Kilkenny
Kilkenny
Dublin
Dublin
Dublin
Galway
Kilkenny
Armagh
Wexford
Wexford
Team Management
Adrian Murphy
Wexford
Evelyn O’Brien
Keira Kinahan-Murphy
Emma Kirby
Jenny O’Grady
Dee Delaney
Geraldine Campbell
Emma Moran
Ruth Walsh
Aideen Doyle
Ciara Storey
Paula Mallon
Grace Murphy
Ciara Coone
Sarah Fogarty
Laura Dennehy
Gillian McCarthy
Geraldine Buttle
Johanna Breen
Gillian Behan
Louise Lindsay
Yvonne Connell
Nicola Hargan
Trang Ha
Helen Dermody
Leann Fennelly
Norah Kirby
Laura Quinn
Siobhan McGrath
Stephanie Barrett
Emma Treanor
Eileen Fitzpatrick
Waterford
Kilkenny
Sligo
Waterford
Kilkenny
Down
Wexford
Wexford
Wexford
Wexford
Armagh
Kilkenny
Kilkenny
Tipperary
Kerry
Cork
Wexford
Wexford
Kildare
Sligo
Monaghan
Antrim
Brisbane
Kilkenny
Kilkenny
Dublin
Dublin
Dublin
Kildare
Galway
Kilkenny
Team Management
Brendan Coleman
Niall Doran
Brian McDonnell
Cork
Wexford
Clare
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Club Profiles and Players
Clan
na Gael
Men’s Football, Ladies Football and Camogie
Formed in 1982, Clan was Sydney’s first GAA Club to be based out of the Eastern Suburbs, at the time many didn’t
believe a team based at Bondi was feasible as most of the Irish and the GAA Clubs were concentrated in West Sydney.
Over the past thirty years Clan has developed into a thriving club paving the way for others in County Bondi!
www.facebook.com/clannagael
Men’s Football
Ladies Football
Player
Club and County
Player
Club and County
Aaron Browning
Anthony Kelly
Brendan Varden
Brian Harvery
Chris Atward
Colin Darmody
Gary Morrisroe
Gerard O’Grady
Joe McKiernan
Kevin McManus
Michael Carey
Nial O’Keanachain
Patrick Finucane
Patrick Melly
Paul Larkin
Richard Lacey
Ronan Hartnett
Seamus Gallagher
Sean Flahive
Sean McManamon
Shaun Kelly
Timmy Brosnan
Erins Isle, Dublin
Lissycasey, Clare
Clan na Gael, Bondi
Robert Emmetts, Donegal
Clonmel Og, Tipperary
Ardfinnan, Tipperary
Clan na Gael, Dublin
Waterville, Kerry
Templeport, Cavan
Realt na Mara, Donegal
Belmullet, Mayo
Thomas Davis, Dublin
Meelick, Clare
Na Rossa, Donegal
Summerhill, Meath
Thomas Davis, Dublin
Cordal, Kerry
Boyle, Roscommon
Keel, Kerry
Burrishoole, Mayo
Malin, Donegal
Cordal, Kerry
Marsha Murphy
Katie Stokes
Norma Kelly
Laura Kelly
Deirdre Fenton
Corrina Halpin
Kelly Farrell
Ciara McMenamin
Davina O’Hara
Stacey Foley
Jill Byrne
Mary-Rose Flanagan
Maria Power
Emma McHenry
Carolyn Hennigan
Caitriona Cahalan
Joanne Moynihan
Emer Moloney
Claire O’Mahony
Clare Moyna
Eimear McCarron
Rebekah Farrelly
Carly Hona
Laura Tully
Castlefinn, Donegal
Drom/Broadford, Limerick
Rockchapel, Kerry
Monagea, Limerick
Southern Gaels, Kerry
Fergus Rovers, Clare
St. Brigids, Laois
Castlefinn, Donegal
St. Mary’s, Sligo
Piltown, Kilkenny
St. Mark’s, Dublin
Holycross, Tipperary
Raheens, Kildare
Ballycastle, Antrim
Swinford, Mayo
Mullagh, Galway
Knocknagree, Cork
Castlemahon, Limerick
Castlemahon, Limerick
Portobello, Dublin
Emyvale, Monaghan
Clan na Gael, Bondi
Clan na Gael, Bondi
Emmet Drumbaragh, Meath
Camogie
Player
Club and County
PPlayer
Player
Catherine Fleming
Kate Smith
Emer Rohan
Catriona Cahalan
Claire Kelly
Sinead Larkin
Margaret Mahon
Shannon Brosnan
Michelle Stapleton
Windgap, Kilkenny
Laragh, Cavan
Athenry, Galway
Mullagh, Galway
Mullagh, Galway
Mullagh, Galway
Clan Na Gael, Laois
Clan Na Gael, Limerick
Clan Na Gael, Tipperary
Amanda Hehir
Aine Byrne
Madeleine McDonagh
Fiona Carroll
Emma McHenry
Rosie Flanagan
Fiona Stankard
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Club Profiles and Players
Cormac
McAnallens “The Macs”
Men’s Football, Hurling, Ladies Football and Camogie
Founded in 2005 in honour of the late Tyrone captain who tragically passed away due to SADS at only 24. The club
initially consisted of a Men’s Football team, followed by Camogie in 2007, Ladies Football in 2008 and most recently a
Hurling team was assembled in 2012.
www.cormacmcanallensgac.com
Men’s Football
*2015 team lists not supplied in time for printing. Below relates to 2014 team lists
Hurling
Player
Club and County
Player
Club and County
Donall Barry
Ciaran Brady
Fergal Campbell
Conor Donnelly
Neil Donnelly
Ronan Driscoll
Sean Og Duffy
Daniel Fox
Aidan Herron
Johnny Jordan
John Lynch
Tony Martin
Kieran McCartan
Gary McCurry
Damian McDermott
Chris McGeehan
Ronan McKenna
Damian McKenna
Shane McKenna
Brendan McLaughlin
Cathal McRory
Eoin Murphy
David Murray
Ciaran Quinn
Declan Quinn
Mickey Rice
Wesley Ryan
Martin Swift
Ryan Scullion
Fr Griffens Eire Og, Galway
Ballinagh, Cavan
Brookborough, Fermanagh
Beragh, Tyrone
Carrickmore, Tyrone
Ballincollig, Cork
Killeavy, Armagh
Loughmacrory, Tyrone
Ballinderry, Derry
Eglish, Tyrone
Feenagh Kilmeedy, Limerick
Ballinderry, Derry
Carrickmore, Tyrone
Edendork, Tyrone
Errigal Ciaran, Tyrone
Brookborough, Fermanagh
Pomeroy, Tyrone
Pomeroy, Tyrone
Killyclogher, Tyrone
Carrickmore, Tyrone
Errigal Ciaran, Tyrone
Castleisland, Kerry
St Brendans, Galway
Errigal Ciaran, Tyrone
Errigal Ciaran, Tyrone
Brookborough, Fermanagh
Annacarty Donohill, Tipperary
Killyclogher, Tyrone
Ballinderry, Derry
Jamie Cannon
Ronan Cahill
Sean Cunningham
Carlin Coyle
Dean Desmond
Ronan Driscoll
Donal Ennis
Gavin Fitzgibbon
David Gavin
Mark Kielty
Alan Killalea
Johnny Kearney
Sean Lacey
Eugene Lockhart
Andy McCarthy
Sean Og McFadden
Liam McKillop
Caimin O Connor
Johnnie O Sullivan
John O Sullivan
Conor O Brien
Steven Shortt
Oranmore Marie, Galway
Galway
Scarriff, Clare
Loughiel, Antrim
Millstreet, Cork
Ballincollig, Cork
Ballycran, Down
Eire Og, Clare
Ballinasloe, Galway
Naomh Mearnog, Dublin
Mullagh, Galway
O'Loughlin Gaels, Kilkenny
Gelnflesk, Kerry
Banagher, Derry
Kilmoyley, Kerry
Loughiel, Antrim
Loughiel, Antrim
Doora/Barefield, Clare
Clooney Quin, Clare
Millstreet, Cork
Cloneony, Clare
O'Loughlin Gaels, Kilkenny
Team Management
Johnny King
Jonathan Rooney
Galway
Galway
Team Management
Barry McKenna
Colin Daly
Tyrone
Tyrone
Ladies Football
Player
Club and County
Angie Brereton
Brenda Campbell
Caroline Crilly
Cathy Conway
Katrina Daly
Noelle Earley
Niamh Hegarty
Louise Moynagh
Christine McCarthy
Meghan McCann
Laura McCann
Anna Marie McGlynn
Jenny Nugent
Aoife O Donnell
Natasha O'Kane
Noreen O'Sullivan
Sandra Roche
Lisa Sheehan
Catherine Tobin
Tracy Wallace
Claire Ward
Carbury, Kildare
Brookborough, Fermanagh
Mullaghbawn, Armagh
Glen, Derry
Gortin, Tyrone
Sarsfields, Kildare
Moville, Donegal
Omagh, Tyrone
Bantry, Cork
Dungannon Tyrone
Errigal Ciaran, Tyrone
Glenfin, Donegal
Keady, Armagh
Ardara, Donegal
Feeney, Derry
Castlehaven, Cork
Pallasgreen, Limerick
Mitchelstown, Cork
Muintir Bhaire, Cork
Killyclogher, Tyrone
Beragh, Tyrone
Team Management
Brian McCallan
John McGuckian
Tyrone
Derry
Camogie
Player
Club and County
Maria Brody
Catherine Campbell
Caroline Crilly
Gillian Clarke
Justine Duncan
Noelle Earley
Ann Marie Grimley
Lou Jones
Claire Kearney
Roisin Kennan
Caroline Magee
Sinead McCann
Laura McCann
Jolene McGarry
Marian McGeehan
Sally McDonald
Jennifer O Brien
Sharon O'Donovan
Lisa O'Driscoll
Kelly O'Hagan
Natasha O'Kane
Laura Power
Cathy Quigg
Orla Thornton
Brid Twomey
Scarriff, Clare
Brocagh, Tyrone
Mullaghbawn, Armagh
Knockbride, Cavan
Ballycastle, Antrim
Sarsfields, Kildare
Madden, Armagh
Scarriff, Clare
Portglenone, Antrim
Creggan, Antrim
Ahoghill, Antrim
Randalstown, Antrim
Errigal Ciaran, Tyrone
Loughiel, Antrim
Ballinderry, Derry
Brocagh, Tyrone
Ahane, Limerick
Barryroe, Cork
Carrigaline, Cork
Glenravel, Antrim
Feeney, Derry
Kilmallock, Limerick
Kilrea, Derry
Scarriff, Clare
Aghasullogue, Cork
Team Management
Sean Og McFadden
Robert Cott
Alan O'Meara
Antrim
Cork
Offaly
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All Sydney - Game Fixtures
Pitch 1 - Men’s Football and Hurling
TIME
9.00
9.35
10.10
10.45
11.20
11.55
12.30
1.05
1.40
2.15
2.50
3.25
4.00
4.35
5.10
CODE
MF
H
MF
H
MF
H
MF
H
MF
H
MF
H
MF
H
MF
GAME
FR1
FR1
FR2
FR2
FR3
SR1
SR1
SR2
SR2
SF1
SF1
SF2
SF2
Final
Final
TEAM
C McAnallens
Sydney Shamrocks
Bondi Gaels
Central Coast
Clan na Gael
C McAnallens
Loser FR1
Loser SR1
Winner SR1
Open Draw
Open Draw
Open Draw
Open Draw
Winner SF1
Winner SF1
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
TEAM
Penrith Gaels
Michael Cusacks
Michael Cusacks
Craobh Padraig
Young Irelands
Loser FR1
Loser FR3
Loser FR2
Loser FR2
Open Draw
Open Draw
Open Draw
Open Draw
Winner SF2
Winner SF1
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
vs
TEAM
Young Irelands
Central Coast
Central Coast
Craobh Padraig
Clan na Gael
Loser FR1
Loser FR3
Loser FR2
Loser FR2
Open Draw
Open Draw
Open Draw
Open Draw
Winner SF2
Winner SF1
Pitch 2 - Ladies Football and Camogie
TIME
9.00
9.35
10.10
10.45
11.20
11.55
12.30
1.05
1.40
2.15
2.50
3.25
4.00
4.35
5.10
CODE
LF
C
LF
C
LF
C
LF
C
LF
C
LF
C
LF
C
LF
GAME
FR1
FR1
FR2
FR2
FR3
SR1
SR1
SR2
SR2
SF1
SF1
SF2
SF2
Final
Final
* Fixtures and times subject to change
TEAM
Michael Cusacks
Clan na Gael
Penrith Gaels
C McAnallens
C McAnallens
Michael Cusacks
Loser FR1
Loser SR1
Winner SR1
Open Draw
Open Draw
Open Draw
Open Draw
Winner SF1
Winner SF1
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Club Profiles and Players
Penrith
Gaels
Men’s and Ladies Football
Penrith Gaels have been in existence for well over 40 years. The club was initially formed as part of the Gaels Club in
Sydney’s greater west. While the Gaels Club still operates in Penrith, and is a popular venue for travelling Irish acts, the
GAA Club is now based in the Eastern suburbs. Penrith Ladies came on board in recent years helping boost the standard
of ladies football in Sydney.
www.penrithgaels.com.au
Men’s Football
Player
Club and County
Player
Club and County
Alan Daly
Aidan Smith
Blaine Magee
Caolan McCann
Cathal Reynolds
Chris O’Donovan
Ciaran Byrne
Ciaran McCallion
Colin Murray
Conor Hoctor
Conor McElhinney
Conor O’Neill
Corm J. Connolly
Dave Brennan
Declan Flanagan
Declan Keating
Eamonn McGlinchey
Eoin O’Neill
Gavin Doyle
James Woods
Jamie Kelly
Jerome McClure
John Cassidy
John Moran
Mark Healy
Marty Herron
Michael McCrudden
Niall O’Shea
Philip Cox
Rossa McDonnell
Ryan McErlean
Sean McLarnon
Stephen McNally
Tom Bourke
Ivon Steward
John McCage
Roscommon
Fermanagh
Down
Antrim
Derry
Cork
Derry
Derry
Derry
Galway
Derry
Tyrone
Galway
Kildare
Roscommon
Kerry
Tyrone
Tyrone
Carlow
Louth
Tipperary
Tyrone
Down
Galway
Dublin
Donegal
Monaghan
Kerry
Galway
Meath
Derry
Antrim
Tyrone
Louth
Monaghan
Monaghan
Adrian Casey
Barry Murphy
Brian McPeake
Cathal Caldwell
Cathal O’Cuirrin
Cian Benny Slevin
Ciaran James
Colin J. O’Sullivan
Conor Coary
Conor Leyden
Conor McLarnon
Conrad Bradley
Danny Ball
Decky Smyth
Declan Haverty
Derek Daly
Emmett Quigley
Gary McPeake
Ivor Stewart
Jamie Cooney
Jason Curry
Jerome McNulty
John McClorey
Kevin Woods
Mark Whelan
Michael Charles Hasson
Niall O’Kane
Paul Tully
Ross Brosnan
Ryan Kerr
Sean Lison
Stefan Sadecki
Terry Mullan
Kerry
Cork
Derry
Down
Waterford
Galway
Galway
Kerry
Tyrone
Galway
Antrim
Derry
Cavan
Antrim
Roscommon
Wicklow
Donegal
Derry
Monaghan
Carlow
Derry
Donegal
Down
Louth
Galway
Antrim
Derry
Down
Kildare
Down
London
Waterford
Derry
Team Management
Barry Devine
Tyrone
Player
Club and County
Player
Club and County
Adella Donnelly
Aisling McErlean
Annette Daly
Caoimhe Harnedy
Caroline Callan
Cathy McKenna
Charlene McClean
Clare Healy
Grace Buckley
Helen Martin
Irene Colgan
Joann Daly
Katie Ni Shithigh
Lisa O’Hanlon
Maebh O’Donnell
Maria Hall
Marion Baxter
Nicola Nugent
Sinead McAnespie
Susan Fitzgerald
Teresa Connolly-Hughes
Therese Curley
Una Murray
Tyrone
Derry
Galway
Cork
Dublin
Tyrone
Tyrone
Roscommon
Dublin
Monaghan
Kildare
Roscommon
Kerry
Louth
Donegal
Dublin
Cavan
Tyrone
Monaghan
Waterford
Monaghan
Monaghan
Waterford
Aileen Boyle
Amanda Creighton
Cally Holland
Cara Fenlon
Caroline McAree
Catriona McNeill
Christine Cassidy
Dara Rice
Grace O’Sullivan
Helen Ward
Jenny Abbott
Josephine Baxter
Laura Collins
Louise Butterly
Mairead Kelly
Marian Keating
Niamh McAree
Sarah Kiely
Sarah Daly
Susan Laverty
Monaghan
Roscommon
Monaghan
Dublin
Monaghan
Down
Cavan
Birmingham
Kerry
Tyrone
Offaly
Roscommon
Laura-Jayne McGuire
Louth
Tyrone
Kerry
Monaghan
Waterford
Cork
Louth
Team Management
Decky Smyth & Niall Robb
Antrim
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Club Profiles and Players
Young Irelands
Men’s and Ladies Football
Formed in 1969, Young Ireland’s Club has had a chequered 44 seasons winning both League & Championship in 1970
and success has continued from then to present day. The club currently have about 100 members and compete in Men’s
and Ladies Football.
www.youngirelandssydney.com
Men’s Football
Ladies Football
Player
Club and County
Player
Club and County
Brian Gillen
Alan Costello
Gary Smyth
Niall Horgan
James Hegarty
James O’Sullivan
Willie Moore
Bernard Baird
Kevin Farrell
Cillian McManus
Darragh O’Keeffe
Brendan O’Connell
Cathal McGrath
Colin O’Dwyer
Cathal Murtagh
Gary Reilly
Tommy Mannion
Paddy McDonnell
Graham Durcan
Odhran Kennedy
Darragh Browne
Jason Lennon
Packie Spiers
Ryan Kidd
Padraig Healy
Adam Magill
Cormac Kelly
Patrick Gilbert
Eric Nally
Niall Dennehy
Conor McKavanagh
Jerry Cahalane
Andrew McCreanor
Darragh O’Brien
Shane Geraghty
Sean Dillon
Paul Higgins
Damien Moynihan
Jack McGovern
Barry Concannon
St. Pauls, Antrim
Strandhill, Mayo
Kilclonfert, Offaly
Ratoath, Meath
Screen, Meath
Glenflask, Kerry
Man O’War, Dublin
Young Ireland’s, Donegal
Colmcille, Longford
Screen, Meath
Castlemartyr, Cork
Macroom, Cork
Aghaderg, Down
Laune Rangers, Kerry
Glenn, Down
Duleek/Bellewstown, Meath
Kilconnolly, Galway
Young Ireland’s, Longford
Passagewest, Cork
Blessington, Wicklow
Valleymount, Wicklow
Young Ireland’s, Down
Ballymaguigan, Derry
Young Ireland’s, Sydney
Young Ireland’s, Mayo
St. Mary’s/Agmagallon, Antrim
Lusmagh, Offaly
Young Ireland’s, Mayo
Milltown, Galway
Cromane, Kerry
St. Mary’s/Agmagallon, Antrim
Clan na Gael, Cork
St. Mary’s, Louth
Ralaoth, Meath
Ballinacree, Meath
St. Paul’s, Antrim
Oldcastle, Meath
Glenflesk, Kerry
Burren, Down
Kilconnolly, Galway
Sibeal Herlihy
Aisling Delaney
Suzanne Casey
Elaine O’Halloran
Joanne Murphy
Anna Stevenson
Jen Keating
Oriel Quinn
Nicole Phelan
Aoife O’Leary
Lorraine Carrabine
Ann Marie Noonan
Roisin O’Connell
Elaine Tobin
Patricia Callinan
Michelle Teahan
Aine Byrne
Susan Cronin
Laura Shaughessy
Joan O’Halloran
Yvonne Downes
Nicola Carrabine
Michelle McInerney
Sarah Lynch
Maeve Corbett
Niamh Greene
Michelle Fitzpatrick
Michelle Carrabine
Karen Duffy
Dublin
Dublin
Meath
Clare
Cork
Armagh
Antrim
Tyrone
Laois
Kerry
Sligo
Cork
Clare
Waterford
Clare
Kerry
Tipperary
Cork
Galway
Clare
Clare
Sligo
Clare
Clare
Kildare
Clare
Clare
Sligo
Louth
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Club Profiles and Players
Bondi
Gaels
Men’s Football
Bondi Gaels are Sydney’s newest GAA Football Club - formed in 2012. We are based in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney and
wear the yellow and blue colours. The clubs founding members can be traced back to two counties that share these
colours - Roscommon and Tipperary. The club is aiming to build on the foundations laid during the first three years of
competition and is looking forward to a successful 2015 season.
www.facebook.com/TheBondiGaels
Men’s Football
Player
Club and County
Player
Club and County
Anthony Barron
Paul Barron
Kevin Boyle
Peader Byrne
Jonathon Caffrey
Shane Cahill
Darragh Connolly
Darren Foran
Darragh Hussey
David Keane
Declan McGarry
James Murphy
Brendan O’Connor
Garrett O’Mahony
Darragh O’Malley
Finton Rogers
Anton Stafford
Paidi Stafford
Sean Stafford
Sean Todd
Michael Turley
Liam Leacy
David Cooney
Allister Hanbridge
Stephen Canavan
Chris Carolan
Tom Carroll
Liam Chalke
Jerome Corkery
Keelen Donnelly
Charleville, Cork
Carrickshock, Kilkenny
Naomh Muire, Donegal
Clonakelly, Tipperary
St. Senans, Kerry
Clongeen, Wexford
Ahane, Limerick
St. Mary’s, Wexford
Tulsk, Roscommon
Tulsk, Roscommon
Balloughdareen, Mayo
Glenmore, Kilkenny
Castlegregory, Kerry
Castledown Ballyagran, Limerick
Ballygar St. Brendans, Galway
Tulsk, Roscommon
Clongeen, Wexford
Clongeen, Wexford
Clongeen, Wexford
Kilmallock, Limerick
Fr. Griffins Eire Og, Galway
Cushinstown, Wexford
Cushinstown, Wexford
Kiltegan, Wicklow
Rathnew, Wicklow
Kilmacruid Crokes, Dublin
Clonnakenny, Tipperary
Athea, Limerick
Aghabullogue, Cork
Na Fianna, Tyrone
Edmund Kelly
Philip Mangan
Christopher McCann
Niall McDonald
Malachy Quinn
Colm Robinson
Tom Shocks
Liam Harper
Ryan McKillion
Nicky Varley
Conor Keane
Michael J. Carroll
Gerard Meehan
Tommy Macken
Conor Mullane
Robert Rogers
Gavin Murray
Aaron Nugent
Barry Byrne
Daryl Whyte
Aaron Casey
Ruairi Smith
Karl Walsh
Odie Thorton
Alan McAteer
Kilrush, Wexford
Carbury, Kildare
Derrytreask, Tyrone
Killeeshil, Tyrone
Derryloughan K. Barrys, Tyrone
Derryloughran K. Barrys, Tyrone
Ballygar St. Brendans, Galway
An Riocht, Down
Eglish, Tyrone
Renvyle, Galway
Ballinnole, Mayo
Clonnakenny, Tipperary
Ahane, Limerick
Slane, Meath
Athea, Limerick
Tulsk, Roscommon
Blessington, Wicklow
Blessington, Wicklow
Parnells, Dublin
Clann Mhuire, Dublin
Currin, Monaghan
Liatroim, Down
Whitehall Colmacille, Dublin
Carlingford, Louth
Gracefield, Offaly
Team Management
Brendan O’Connor
David Cooney
Liam Leacy
Castlegregory, Kerry
Cushinstown, Wexford
Cushinstown, Wexford
Sydney
Shamrocks
Hurling
In 1997, Bill Hennessy, the All Ireland medal winning Kilkenny star, arrived in Sydney and believed a new hurling team
was in order! Since then Shamrocks and Cusack’s Hurlers have been firm rivals with many a nail biting Championship
and League Final running into extra time.
www.sydneyshamrocks.org
Hurling
Player
Club and County
Player
Club and County
Peader Byrne
Gearoid Byrne
Tom Carroll
Murt Butler
Shane Delaney
James Murphy
Paul Barron
MJ Carroll
Paul Culligan
Tom Quirke
Darragh O’Brien
Enda Gannon
Paul Maher
Willie Delaney
Damien Bowe
Eddie Brennan
Damien Moroney
Clonakenny, Tipperary
Clonakenny, Tipperary
Clonakenny, Tipperary
Drom-Inch, Tipperary
Drom-Inch, Tipperary
Glenmore, Kilkenny
Carrickshock, Kilkenny
Clonakenny, Tipperary
Old Christians, Limerick
Old Christians, Limerick
Mungret, Limerick
Clough, Kilkenny
Borris-Ileigh, Tipperary
Rathdowney-Errill, Laois
Rathdowney-Errill, Laois
Rathdowney-Errill, Laois
Kilanena, Clare
Colin Delaney
Mick Brennan
Martin Larkin
Niall Holmes
Darryll Dooley
Podge Bergin
Paul Kerwin
Thomas Kerwin
Micahel Fenlan
Brian Punch
Darragh O’ Mailley
Ros Bennis
David Bouse
Camross, Laois
Rathdowney-Errill, Laois
Meelick/Eyrecourt, Galway
Camross, Laois
Camross, Laois
Borris/Kilcotton, Laois
Shanahoe, Laois
Shanahoe, Laois
Geraldine O’Hanrahans, WX
Mayfield, Cork
Ballygar, Galway
Liam Mellows, Limerick
Ballygarven, Cork
Team Management
Steve Comergan
Liam Crowley
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Club Profiles and Players
Craobh Padraig “St Pats”
Hurling and Camogie*
Patrick’s Hurling Club or Cumman Baire Craobh Phadraigh, was founded in 2003 to establish a bigger and better
competition in NSW, and to ensure that all available hurlers in the area were given a chance to play. It was decided to
give the club a name that would ensure a strong identity with Ireland and Sydney. The first Catholic Church to be built in
Sydney also built by Irishmen, is St. Patrick’s, therefore creating the link with Sydney. The word Craobh means branch and
it was used in the early 20th century to describe local movements that were established to encourage and promote Irish
language, sport, music and literature. We are now a club of about XX members are always looking for ways to grow and
improve.
www.facebook.com/craobh.phadraighgaasydney
Hurling
Camogie
Player
Club and County
Alan O'Neill
Coleman O’Brien
Damien Kelly
Darren Quinn
David Kelleher
Lorcan Broderick
Denver Kelly
Gary Maher
John Kavanagh
Padraig Moriarty
Jonathan Caffrey
Kevin O Gorman
Peader McGeehan
Richard Breen
Sam Gibbons
Seamus Og Davidson
Thomas Maher
James Loonam
Michael Phelan
Joey Dohney
Daniel O’Brien
Damien Shanahan
Danny Hanlon
Darren Webb
Cappawhite, Tipperary
Kilbrittain, Cork
Dunloy, Antrim
Dunloy, Antrim
Killeragh, Cork
Clough Ballacolla, Laois
Dunloy, Antrim
St. Molleran, Waterford
Clough/Ballacolla, Laois
Borrisokane, Tipperary
Crott O’Neills, Kerry
Ballygiben, Cork
Crao, Kilkenny
Emeralds, Kilkenny
Craobh Phadraig, Kilkenny
Craobh Phadraig, Antrim
Craobh Phadraig, Kilkenny
Cula, Dublin
Gortnahoe, Tipperary
Emeralds, Kilkenny
Bride Rovers, Cork
Cappamore, Limerick
Carrick Swans, Tipperary
Dunloy, Antrim
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Player
Club and County
Fiona Martin
Aileen Kirrane
Aimee Maloney
Aine Howard
Aine O’Donnovan
Aisling Fitzpatrick
Aisling Kyriacou
Alana Madden
Alison Duggan
Alison McDonnell
Alma Connelly
Amanda Creighton
April Smith
Bronagh O’Farrell
Claire Conroy
Claire Dolan
Eadain Doyle
Emma Hogan
Emma Nolan
Gemma O’Neill
Gemma Sammon
Geraldine Hayse
Gillian Costello
Grace Carr
Graine Fox
Helen Ward
Kathy Robinson
Kay Cooney
Lisa Sullivan
Marie Treacy
Mary Theresa Gleason
Miriam Fitzpatrick
Monica Mullaney
Niamh McGrodder
Niamh Reddan
Norah Kinane
Olga O’Connor
Rosie Keogh
Sarah Buttler
Sinead Wheelan
Stacy Hogan
Susan Breen
Teresa Connolly-Hughes
Theresa Stevenson
Zoe Power
Turlough Moir, Galway
Craobh Phadraig, Mayo
St. Rita Fethard, Tipperary
Craobh Phadraig, Meath
Craobh Phadraig, Tipperary
Craobh Phadraig, Kilkenny
Craobh Phadraig, Wexford
Craobh Phadraig, Meath
Craobh Phadraig, Kilkenny
Craobh Phadraig, Dublin
Craobh Phadraig, Galway
Eire Og, Roscommon
Craobh Phadraig, Kilkenny
Miltown, Westmeath
Camross, Laois
St. Rynaghs, Offaly
Craobh Phadraig, Wexford
Camroos, Laois
Craobh Phadraig, Kilkenny
Donard/Glenn, Wicklow
Craobh Phadraig, Dublin
Craobh Phadraig, Limerick
Craobh Phadraig, Kerry
Craobh Phadraig, Cork
Craobh Phadraig, Wexford
Craobh Phadraig, Tyrone
St. Bridgetts, Kilkenny
Craobh Phadraig, Cork
Craobh Phadraig, Cork
Craobh Phadraig, Tipperary
Craobh Phadraig, Tipperary
Craobh Phadraig, Kilkenny
Eastern Harps, Sligo
Kiltale, Meath
Craobh Phadraig, Clare
Craobh Phadraig, Tipperay
Craobh Phadraig, Waterford
Kilteegan, Wicklow
Craobh Phadraig, Kilkenny
Clongeen, Wexford
Carrick Swans, Tipperary
Craobh Phadraig, Kilkenny
Scotstown, Monaghan
Craobh Phadraig, Cork
Gailteer, Waterford
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the scheme of things.”
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Maroubra Beach : Sunday March 22nd
NSW GAA LEAGUE
Monarch Oval, Ingleburn: Sunday March 1st
NSW GAA CHAMPIONSHIP
Monarch Oval, Ingleburn: TBC
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