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Well done to the Hong Kong Rose of Tralee for making it through to the finals.The first 16 Roses through to the Rose TV Show in no particular order are:

South Carolina
Fermanagh
Toronto
Kildare
Texas
Germany
Offaly
Florida
Hong Kong
Dublin
Sydney
San Francisco
Down
Limerick
Yorkshire
Galway
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Well done to the Hong Kong Rose of Tralee for making it through to the finals.

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Sean Cunningham

Many thanks to the Embassy of Japan for posting about the Japan vs. UCD game at the weekend...please check out the following links to some great shots of the event.

www.facebook.com/JapanInIreland/posts/1979386182343842

www.facebook.com/JapanInIreland/posts/1979391692343291

www.facebook.com/JapanInIreland/posts/1978214515794342On Saturday, 5 August the Japan Ladies GAA team played a friendly game against a UCD International team during half time of the Dublin vs Monaghan Quarter Final at Croke Park. The match was organised by the Asian County Board as an endorsed event celebrating the 60th year of Japan-Ireland diplomatic relations.

Ambassador Miyoshi attended, alongside Uachtarán Aogán Ó Fearghail, Joe Trolan Chairperson of the Asian County Board and voice of Gaelic games, Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh.
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Many thanks to the Embassy of Japan for posting about the Japan vs. UCD game at the weekend...please check out the following links to some great shots of the event.https://www.facebook.com/JapanInIreland/posts/1979386182343842https://www.facebook.com/JapanInIreland/posts/1979391692343291https://www.facebook.com/JapanInIreland/posts/1978214515794342

1 week ago

Asian County Board

What a great weekend for Gaelic Sports in Asia. We had Japan GAA on the hallowed turf of Croke Park and the launch of our 2017 FEXCO Asian Gaelic Games. Please stay tuned for more pictures for both events.

A big thanks to all who helped out over the two events.
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What a great weekend for Gaelic Sports in Asia. We had Japan GAA on the hallowed turf of Croke Park and the launch of our 2017 FEXCO Asian Gaelic Games.  Please stay tuned for more pictures for both events.A big thanks to all who helped out over the two events.

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Ye were fantastic. What a great event

2 weeks ago

Asian County Board

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Japan Abu!!!

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Enjoy girls, brilliant experience xo

4 weeks ago

Asian County Board

OE Gathering -10 years in the making

On July 21/22/23 Orang Eire GAA held their 10 year anniversay OE Gathering in Clifden and what a gathering it was!!!! Players and former players from around the world and those living in Ireland all descended on Clifton, Gawlay for a weekend of football and activities. The Friday had old friends being reacquainted and new friendships being made. The Saturday saw the games held at the Clifden GAA fields (with a beautiful view in the background). The men and women took to the fiels in some very good games and for the first time Paddy Mac picked fair mens teams (most likely the last time as well as his team lost 🙂 ). A great day out was had by all associated with the KL Club. The Saturday night had some dinner and drinks at the hotel – where a long term KL player lost his first ever boat race!!!! The night went long but everyone was up and ready on Sunday morning to visit the Roundstone Regatta on the Sunday. Everyone enjoyed a full day at Roundstone though I am not sure how much boat racing was taken in. The Orang Eire club put on a truly great weekend and a massive thanks goes to Pat and Jenn Gorham who helped organize the weekend.

Well done Orang Eire on a spectacular weekend of fun and games.
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OE Gathering -10 years in the makingOn July 21/22/23 Orang Eire GAA held their 10 year anniversay OE Gathering in Clifden and what a gathering it was!!!!  Players and former players from around the world and those living in Ireland all descended on Clifton, Gawlay for a weekend of football and activities.  The Friday had old friends being reacquainted and new friendships being made.  The Saturday saw the games held at the Clifden GAA fields (with a beautiful view in the background). The men and women took to the fiels in some very good games and for the first time Paddy Mac picked fair mens teams (most likely the last time as well as his team lost :) ).  A great day out was had by all associated with the KL Club.  The Saturday night had some dinner and drinks at the hotel – where a long term KL player lost his first ever boat race!!!! The night went long but everyone was up and ready on Sunday morning to visit the Roundstone Regatta on the Sunday.  Everyone enjoyed a full day at Roundstone though I am not sure how much boat racing was taken in.  The Orang Eire club put on a truly great weekend and a massive thanks goes to Pat and Jenn Gorham who helped organize the weekend.Well done Orang Eire on a spectacular weekend of fun and games.
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