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New York Captain Johnny Glynn Post-Match Interview v Leitrim
The next post-match interview is with New York captain Johnny Glynn who put his body on the line to help his teammates scrape out a famous win-- and has the scars to show for it.
Glynn of course won an All-Ireland Senior Hurling medal with Galway and is an influential leader both on and off the field for New York. He is deeply involved in New York GAA, playing football with Sligo New York, hurling with Hoboken Guards and has trained teams such as Cork New York in football and Annie Moore’s camogie team.
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23. POST MATCH INTERVIEW: ODR Win New York Ladies Junior Title10:23O Donovan Rossa clinched the New York Ladies Junior Football title recently marking the club’s first piece of silverware since the lady's team was established in 2018.Watch this episode here -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5SX9cdwi0v4&t=13s&ab_channel=TheLongHallPodcastWith dominant displays from forwards, Barbara Ward and Klara O Sullivan, Dermot York’s side ran out comprehensive winners over a young Shannon Gaels team on a score line of 4-15 to 3-6.Ward notched 2-6 while O Sullivan bagged 1-4 as ODR came out on top in the battle of the Queens-based sides.Perhaps the loudest cheer of the day came for player and all-round club organizer Amy Brett who had spinal surgery just a few weeks earlierBrett came on for a cameo appearance for the last minute which lifted the ODR crowd to its feet.The ODR ladies set up is anchored by a massive social club of nearly 130 girls - many of whom made their presence heard in the Gaelic Park stand for the final.I caught up with Brett, Captain Lauryn Hollywood and Club Chairperson Mary Egan after the game to get their thoughts.
22. Boston Northeastern GAA Championships with Rory O'Donnell of Thar an Trasnan52:51On this week's podcast Michael speaks to Rory O Donnell who is the secretary of the northeast GAA board which covers the Boston Metropolitan area and states throughout the Northeast/New England area - Timestamps belowWe take a look at how the championships are run in the northeast division and compare them to the structure in New York.For instance, Boston has a finals weekend in mid-August with the winners of each championship going on to represent the division in the USGAA games the following week in Denver. The USGAA covers all GAA boards in America outside of New York.I also ask Rory if there’s a possibility of the New York senior footballers taking on Boston each year before the Exiles go on the play in the Connacht Championship or if the club winners of the Northeast division could play the county champions from New York at the end of the season.Rory has run the Thar an Trasnan blog for many years and it is the go-to source for all North East championship match reports. There’s a link to the blog below!http://tharantrasnan.blogspot.com/WATCH THIS VIDEO ON YOUTUBE - https://youtu.be/vqOmMo_3oyQVisit The Long Hall Podcast website here -- https://thelonghallpodcast.com/Timestamps00:00 - Intro 01:47 - Start of Interview29:48 - Current Boston Standings30:52 - Venue for games - Irish Cultural Center41:31 - New York Club Winners v Boston Winners43:00 Annual New York V Boston game?
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