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  1. New York GAA manager Alan O'Mara 'very proud' of squad after Mayo clash

    By Martha Brennan New York GAA manager Alan O'Mara said that he's "very proud" of how his squad performed against Mayo in the Connacht Championship senior footballer opener on Sunday. The Exiles fell 2-21 to 2-06 in front of a sold-out crowd at Gaelic Park in the Bronx . O'Mara said
  2. New York GAA looking ahead to Tailteann Cup after loss to Mayo in Connacht Championship clash

    By Laura Colgan New York is looking ahead to the Tailteann Cup after losing to Mayo in the opening clash of the Connacht Championship . The Exiles lost 2-06 to 2-21 at Gaelic Park in the Bronx on Sunday. Hopes were high after last year’s victory that New York would once again be vic
  3. Irish pubs in New York where you can watch the Mayo v New York game

    By Alana Loftus GAA fans were left disappointed after tickets for the Connacht Championship clash between Mayo and New York sold out in record time. Thousands of people are flocking to the Big Apple this weekend ahead of the match. While the capacity of Gaelic Park is just 2,000, t
  4. New York GAA player Liam Kearney calls Mayo clash a 'stepping stone' to what comes next

    By Martha Brennan New York GAA player Liam Kearney called the Connacht Championship clash against Mayo a "stepping stone" for the history-making team. The Exiles are taking on Kevin McStay’s side on Sunday, April 7, at Gaelic Park in the Bronx . Kearney, a former Kerry player, said
  5. How to watch the New York v Mayo clash at Gaelic Park online

    By Martha Brennan GAA fans are gearing up for the Connacht Championship clash between New York and Mayo this weekend. The Exiles are taking on Kevin McStay’s side at Gaelic Park in the Bronx on April 7. Tickets sold out for the clash earlier this week, but there is still a way to k