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GAA Hurling | Christy Ring Cup (Division 2) 2010-2018

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Christy Ring Cup 2010

No Information at Present

Christy Ring Cup 2011

DateHome TeamAway Team
Round 1
23.04.2011Mayo 1-17 (20) Wicklow 1-19 (22)
23.04.2011Down1-13 (16)Derry2-17 (20)
23.04.2011Armagh1-17 (20)Meath2-21 (24)
23.04.2011Kildare1-21 (24)Kerry1-25 (28)
Round 2AR1 Winners
30.04.2011Kerry1-20 (23)Meath1-17 (20)
30.04.2011Wicklow3-16 (25)Derry2-11 (17)
Round 2BR1 Losers
30.04.2011Mayo2-10 (16)Kildare1-20 (23)
30.04.2011Down1-20 (23)Armagh0-6 (6)
Quarter-Finals2A Losers v
2B Winners
07.05.2011Down1-18 (21)Meath1-7 (10)
07.05.2011Derry1-13 (16)Kildare4-18 (30)
Semi-Finals2A Winners v
QF Winners
21.05.2011Down1-17 (20)Kerry1-18 (21)
21.05.2011Wicklow3-11 (20)Kildare2-11 (17)
Final
04.06.2011Kerry2-21 (27)Wicklow2-8 (14)

Reference: [2]

Christy Ring Cup 2012

DateHome TeamAway Team
Round 1
05.05.2012Wicklow2-20 (26)Kerry2-15 (21)
05.05.2012Mayo0-17 (17)Down0-19 (19)
05.05.2012Derry1-22 (25)Kildare2-18 (24)
06.05.2012Mearh4-8 (20)London3-10 (19)
Round 2AR1 Winners
12.05.2012Wicklow1-18 (21)Derry2-11 (17)
12.05.2012Down2-23 (29)Meath1-19 (22)
Round 2BR1 Losers
12.05.2012London2-15 (21)Mayo3-10 (19)
12.05.2012Kildare2-21 (27)Kerry1-16 (19)
Quarter-Finals2A Losers v
2B Winners
19.05.2012Derry1-15 (18)London3-11 (20)
19.05.2012Meath1-16 (19)Kildare0-16 (16)
Semi-Finals2A Winners v
QF Winners
26.05.2012Wicklow3-18 (27)Meath2-12 (18)
26.05.2012Down1-21 (24)London1-21 (24)
Semi-FinalReplay
02.06.2012London2-16 (22)Down2-13 (19)
Final
09.06.2012Wicklow1-17 (20)London4-18 (30)

Reference: [3]

Christy Ring Cup 2013

No Information at Present

Christy Ring Cup 2014

DateHome TeamAway Team
Round 1
03.05.2014Kerry4-31 (43)Derry0-11 (11)
03.05.2014Kildare1-27 (30)Wicklow2-24 (30)
03.05.2014Mayo0-20 (20)Armagh1-14 (17)
03.05.2014Meath0-17 (17)Down1-8 (11)
Round 1Replay
10.05.2014Wicklow3-13 (22)Kildare1-20 (23)
Round 2AR1 Winners
10.05.2014Mayo0-15 (15)Meath0-16 (16)
17.05.2014Kildare1-16 (19)Kerry3-18 (27)
Round 2BR1 Losers
10.05.2017Derry2-16 (22)Down3-12 (21)
17.05.2017Armagh3-13 (22)Wicklow3-19 (28)
Quarter-Finals2A Losers v
2B Winners
24.05.2014Derry0-10 (10)Kildare2-16 (22)
24.05.2014Wicklow0-14 (14)Mayo1-15 (18)
Relegation Playoff2B Losers
31.05.2014Down5-24 (39)Armagh2-15 (21)
Semi-Finals2A Winners v
QF Winners
31.05.2014Mayo1-18 (21)Kerry3-20 (29)
31.05.2014Meath0-13 (13)Kildare1-18 (21)
Promotion / Relegation
19.06.2014DownTyrone
Final
07.06.2014Kerry2-22 (28)Kildare4-18 (30)

Reference: [5]

Christy Ring Cup 2015

DateHome TeamAway Team
Round 1
02.05.2016Kerry2-17 (23)Down2-10 (16)
02.05.2015Derry0-13 (13)Mayo0-11 (11)
02.05.2015London2-23 (29)Kildare2-23 (29)
02.05,2015Meath1-21 (24)Wicklow1-5 (8)
Round 1Replay
09.05.2015Kildare0-19 (19)London3-16 (25)
Round 2AR1 Winners
09.05.2015Kerry1-23 (26)Meath2-18 (24)
16.05.2015Derry1-12 (15)London2-8 (14)
Round 2BR1 Losers
09.05.2015Down1-19 (22)Wicklow0-13 (13)
16.05.2015Mayo1-16 (19)Kildare2-18 (24)
Relegation Playoff2B Losers
23.05.2015Wicklow1-18 (21)Mayo1-11 (14)
Quarter-Finals2A Losers v
2B Winners
23.05.2015Meath2-18 (24)Kildare3-23 (32)
23.05.2015Down1-22 (25)London1-13 (16)
Semi-Finals2A Winners v
QF Winners
30.05.2015Kildare0-9 (9)Kerry6-27 (45)
30.05.2015Derry0-23 (23)Down2-12 (18)
Promotion / Relegation
14.06.2015Mayo0-13 (13)Roscommon2-14 (20)
Christy Ring Cup Final
06.06.2015Derry0-12 (12)Kerry1-20 (23)

Reference: [6]

Christy Ring Cup 2016

DateHome TeamAway Team
Round 1
23.04.2016Meath3-18 (27)Wicklow2-12 (18)
23.04.2016Roscommon2-20 (26)Derry0-15 (15)
23.04.2016Down2-12 (18)London2-17 (23)
23.04.2016Antrim3-20 (29)Kildare0-17 (17)
Round 2ARound 1 Winners
30.04.2016Antrim2-14 (20)Roscommon1-12 (15)
01.05.2016London1-16 (19)Meath2-17 (23)
Round 2BRound 1 Losers
30.04.2016Wicklow0-9 (9)Kildare0-17 (17)
30.04.2016Derry1-15 (18)Down1-18 (21)
Quarter-Finals2A Losers v
2B Winners
07.05.2016Down1-14 (17)Roscommon1-7 (10)
07.05.2016Kildare1-17 (20)London0-15 (15)
Relegation PlayoffRound 2B Losers
21.05.2016Derry0-15 (15)Wicklow 2-22 (28)
Semi-Finals2A Winners v
QF Winners
21.05.2016Antrim1-24 (27)Down0-23 (23)
22.05.2016Kildare0-21 (21)Meath1-21 (24)
Promotion / Relegation
11.06.2016Derry1-14 (17)Mayo1-21 (24)
Christy Ring Cup Final
04.06.2016Antrim1-20 (23)Meath2-17 (23)
Christy Ring Cup FinalReplay
25.06.2016Antrim5-17 (32)Meath4-21 (33)

Reference: [7]

Christy Ring Cup 2017

DateHome TeamAway Team
Round 1
22.04.2017Down2-24Roscommon1-20
22.04.2017Carlow2-22Antrim3-20
22.04.2017Mayo0-16Kildare0-17
23.04.2017Wicklow0-17London0-16
Round 2A Round 1 Winners
29.04.2017Antrim3-15Down0-12
29.04.2017Kildare2-19Wicklow3-18
Round 2B Round 1 Losers
29.04.2017Carlow5-18Mayo2-7
29.04.2017Roscommon1-10London4-24
Quarter-Finals 2A Losers v
2B Winners
06.05.2017Kildare0-15Carlow1-24
07.05.2017London0-19Down2-19
Relegation Playoff Round 2B Losers
20.05.2017Mayo1-25Roscommon2-12
Semi-Finals 2A Winners v
QF Winners
20.05.2017Carlow0-24Wicklow2-8
20.05.2017Antrim4-23Down0-15
Final
10.06.2017Antrim4-15Carlow5-23

Reference: [8]

Christy Ring Cup 2018

No Information at Present.

Report

Kerry beat Wicklow 2-21 to 2-08 in the 2011 Christy Ring Cup Final, and Wicklow lost the Final the following year 4-18 to 1-17 to the Exiles of London. Kildare beat Kerry 4-18 to 2-22 in 2014,but Kerry won again in 2015, this time beating Derry 1-20 to 0-12.

About

The Christy Ring Cup is the Tier 2 All-Ireland County Championship in Hurling, named after the great Cork player.

From its inception to 2018 it was a Double-Elimination Cup (dubbed the “Back Door” by the Press) and in 2019 was changed to two groups of 4, playing a Single Round-Robin with Semi-Finals & Final.

References

Internet Archive

[2] GAA | Wayback Machine (2011) Christy Ring [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20110909174644/http://www.gaa.ie/fixtures-and-results/national-fixtures/christy-ring-nicky-rackard-lory-meagher/ [Accessed 16 September 2019]

[3] GAA | Wayback Machine (2012) Christy Ring [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20120919231647/http://www.gaa.ie/fixtures-and-results/national-fixtures/christy-ring-nicky-rackard-lory-meagher/ [Accessed 16 September 2019]

[5] GAA | Wayback Machine (2014) Christy Ring [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20141015080552/http://www.gaa.ie/fixtures-and-results/national-fixtures/christy-ring-nicky-rackard-lory-meagher/ [Accessed 16 September 2019]

[6] GAA | Wayback Machine (2015) Christy Ring [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20151201080427/http://www.gaa.ie/fixtures-and-results/national-fixtures/christy-ring-nicky-rackard-lory-meagher/ [Accessed 16 September 2019]

[7] GAA | Wayback Machine (2016) Christy Ring [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20161017221112/http://www.gaa.ie/hurling/christy-ring/results [Accessed 16 September 2019]

Websites

[8] Gaelic Athletic Association (2017) GAA Hurling Christy Ring Cup [Internet] Available from: http://www.gaa.ie/hurling/christy-ring/ [Accessed 28 August 2017]

[10] GAA (2019) Christy Ring Cup | Tables [Internet] Available from: https://www.gaa.ie/hurling/christy-ring/tables [Accessed 31 October 2019]

[11] GAA (2019) Christy Ring Cup [Internet] Available from: https://www.gaa.ie/hurling/christy-ring/ [Accessed 31 October 2019]

Images

[12] Donegal Daily (2017) GAA Logo [Internet] Available from: http://www.donegaldaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/gaa-logo.png [Accessed 2 December 2017]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Gabriel McCloyne & Tom Dunne.

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 31 October 2019

(c) Copyright Enda Mulcahy and Eirball 2019

You may quote this document in part provided that proper acknowledgement is given to the authors. All Rights Reserved.

Ski Club of Ireland | Giant Slalom League Race 2015-16

Giant Slalom League Race 2016-17

NameOct 1Nov 2Dec 3Jan 4Feb 5Mar 6EOS
Veteran Men
John Leonard19.96
Ennis Arthur21.5620.0319.3218:90
Tom Metcalfe38.2522.5319.9720:20
Niall Carroll18:60
Masters Men
Ronan Columb13.1813.8913.0313.9412.7613:00
Fiach Cooling15.5016.6015.4617.6515.55
Darren Lynch16.1317.13
Cathal McGlinchy19.2720.3819.9317.5319.66
Brian Dowling19.5721.1919.54
Warren Tate22.5722.9124.6924.7422.12
Conor Columb14.0613.7912.5712.93
Barry Smith16.4316.6714.5614.91
Malcolm Garland17.38
Gary Burton25.9025.5524.0624.0525.0418.2522.84
Masters Ladies
Senior Men
Brian Byrne12.5812.6412.66
Ben Purcell20.97
Charlie O’Reilly21.89
Cillian Worrall13.16
Senior Ladies
Lorraine Whelan25.3225.0523.0328.4824.6922.92
Suzanne Reidy17.77
Moselle Foley15.12
Carolyn Dent-Neville16.3314.9416.62
Ailbhe Doyle18.6017.2417.2719.3317.4717.55
Fiona Bryson28.75
Julia Tscherning19.11
Tara Carroll21.99
U21 Men
Stuart Breirton20.6319.6420.0621.1018.2518.18
Adam Brown15.77
U21 Ladies
Emer Pasrnik13.94
U18 Men
Jordan Hanna13.8115.0913.7514.24
Eoin O’Callanain14.3915.5213.6714.8614.03
Cameron Columb14.2815.0913.8715.1713.5113.75
Cillian Singleton15.7814.7716.2414.7514.70
Oisin Ryan17.8918.2419.2417.66
Matthew McCormack14.9313.9514.56
U18 Ladies
Katie McCracken15.7116.2315.3316.4417.7915.5415.94
U16 Men
Nathan Columb14.0414.8313.6313.4314.7613.1313.60
Lee Ryan14.5715.5114.4414.4816.0514.1215.00
Jack Pang14.6015.97
Jack Brown15.7516.8016.0616.20
Donal Brennan22.4422.7622.4820.65
Harry McDowell17.0415.48
Matthew Bral16.46
U16 Ladies
Rebecca Power13.7115.0014.2515.5613.6114.06
Annmarie Lynch15.2316.1215.8614.5714.40
Laoise Brennan15.8116.4615.2515.9916.6814.91
Meabh Croft16.1016.8115.9917.3618.0115.9015.89
Laura McCabe16.3016.3215.19
Taryn Whyte17.6018.3517.0517.27
Niamh Wait19.1519.7518.9518.1118.8917.2217.30
U14 Men
Alex Ainsworth16.4316.2715.3115.6716.8814.8015.07
Lorcan Foley16.1015.7717.4914.5315.10
Brian Jackson37.87
Matthew O’Brien17.66
U14 Ladies
Anna Ni Challainain20.0018.9320.3122.53
Olivia O’Brien18.1117.0216.3918.1916.42
Calina Sacolax20.3317.71
U12 Boys
Adam (AJ) Brown15.7716.4615.5715.5115.5515.43
Alex Carson15.9517.2315.6315.7915.82
Richard Ainsworth17.5216.0216.6930.7516.9216.28
Oscar O’Neill18.2316.1016.7618.7816.6116.73
Sunny Cooling20.7020.5019.2621.2419.67
U12 Girls
Aoife Dungan17.7218.4218.2816.9216.88
Isobel Ainsworth17.1315.6516.1217.7216.0716.11
Ruby Garland18.2017.94
Lily Garland19.1019.86
Rachel Kelly17.7324.7622.06
Joanna Garland20.02
U10 Boys
James Ward-Bopp17.2917.6317.31
Carter Columb25.3626.6523.7124.7922.7622.58
Ben Ward-Bopp24.7727.0724.13
Daniel Flemming22.5418.9919.48
Milo Garland24.40
U10 Girls
Tuathla Cooling21.6021.8221.6519.6322.10
Bailey Columb28.8627.7626.1025.9021.7723.95
Miller Columb29.0725.9124.9822.78
Noinin Cooling21.4823.0220.7022.0119.36
Grace Kelly20.7023.4421.09
Sarah Longo31.26
Lucy McDowell18.23
Aster Garland18.58
Emilia Ondrousez22.69

Reference: [1-7]

About

The Ski Club of Ireland runs League Races over Winter at the Artificial Ski Slope at Kilternan in Dublin.

The Giant Slalom League Race is held over four races, with two runs each race – best run counts each race. Total Points are gathered from the six races. There is also an end of season race.

References

Websites

[1] SCI Racing (2018)  Club League Results 2015-16 – EOS  RESULTS APR 2016 [Internet] Available from: http://sciracing.ie/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/EOS-RESULTS-APR-2016.pdf   [Accessed 27 February 2018]

[2] SCI Racing (2018)  Club League Results 2015-16 – LEAGUE  RESULTS MAR 2016 [Internet] Available from: http://sciracing.ie/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/LEAGUE-RESULTS-MAR-2016.pdf    [Accessed 27 February 2018]

[3] SCI Racing (2018)  Club League Results 2015-16 – LEAGUE  RESULTS FEB 2016 [Internet] Available from: http://sciracing.ie/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/LEAGUE-RESULTS-FEB-2016.pdf   [Accessed 27 February 2018]

[4] SCI Racing (2018)  Club League Results 2015-16 – LEAGUE  RESULTS JAN 2016 [Internet] Available from: http://sciracing.ie/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/LEAGUE-RESULTS-JAN-2016.pdf    [Accessed 27 February 2018]

[5] SCI Racing (2018)  Club League Results 2015-16 – LEAGUE  RESULTS DEC 2015 [Internet] Available from: http://sciracing.ie/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/LEAGUE-RESULTS-DEC-2015.pdf    [Accessed 27 February 2018]

[6] SCI Racing (2018)  Club League Results 2015-16 – LEAGUE  RESULTS NOV 2015 [Internet] Available from: http://sciracing.ie/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/LEAGUE-RESULTS-NOV-2015.pdf    [Accessed 27 February 2018]

[7] SCI Racing (2018)  Club League Results 2015-16 – LEAGUE  RESULTS OCT 2015 [Internet] Available from: http://sciracing.ie/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/LEAGUE-RESULTS-OCT-2015.pdf    [Accessed 27 February 2018]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Ciaran Columb (Ski Club of Ireland).

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 30 October 2019

(c) Copyright Enda Mulcahy and Eirball 2019

You may quote this document in part provided that proper acknowledgement is given to the authors. All Rights Reserved.

Leinster Senior Football League | Division 1 1980-1988

Leinster Senior Football League Logo [11]

LSFL Division 1 1980-81

PWDLPts
*Pegasus342110352
Railway Union341712546
AIB341414642
Hammond Lane341671139
Aer Lingus341591039
CIE Transport341313839
St. Joseph’s Boys341471335
Ballyfermot United341471335
TEK United3411121134
Bluebell United3411111233
Glebe North341351631
Dunleary Celtic341191431
Workmen’s Club349131231
Boyne Rovers349131231
Belgrove34981726
Bray Wanderers346141426
– Cherrywood Athletic341051925
– St. James’ Gate34652317

Reference: [1]

LSFL Division 1 1981-82

PWDLPts
*Bluebell United291312438
AIB30148836
Railway Union291113535
Bray Wanderers30139935
Glebe North301541134
St. Joseph’s Boys28137833
Belgrove301111833
Workmen’s Club28127931
Hammond Lane3010101030
Dunleary Celtic301171229
Aer Lingus308101226
CIE Transport29961424
Pegasus30881424
Boyne Rovers30781522
– TEK United306101422
– Ballyfermot United29841720

Reference: [2]

LSFL Division 1 1982-83

PWDLPts
*Hammond Lane26186242
Bluebell United25183439
Dunleary Celtic25119531
AIB26117829
Bray Wanderers25116828
Railway Union25115927
Pegasus26871123
St. Joseph’s Boys26871123
Belgrove26941322
CIE Transport26861222
Boyne Rovers25691021
Workmen’s Club26661418
– Glebe North26731617
– Aer Lingus25561416

Reference: [1]

LSFL Division 1 1983-84

PWDLPts
*Bluebell United26156536
Dunleary Celtic251110431
Hammond Lane26127731
AIB26117829
Boyne Rovers26117829
Workmen’s Club261151027
Bank of Ireland261061026
Bray Wanderers26712726
Pegasus25610922
St. Joseph’s Boys266101022
St. Mary’s Athlone24771021
– Belgrove26691121
Railway Union26691121
– CIE Transport25651417

Reference: [4]

LSFL Division 1 1984-85

PWDLPts
*St. Mary’s Athlone26177241
Bluebell United26166438
Hammond Lane26153833
Railway Union26126830
St. Joseph’s Boys26118730
Ballyfermot United26912530
AIB26711825
Bank of Ireland26611923
Workmen’s Club26611923
Bank Rovers26691121
Bray Wanderers265111021
Pegasus264111119
Dunleary Celtic263101316
– Boyne Rovers26381514

Reference: [5]

LSFL Division 1 1985-86

PWDLPts
*Glebe North26148436
Pegasus26164636
Bluebell United261310336
Bank Rovers26108828
St. Joseph’s Boys26910728
Railway Union26811727
Ballyfermot United2698926
Workmen’s Club2698926
TEK United2689925
St. Mary’s Athlone26861222
Bank of Ireland26681220
Dunleary Celtic26591219
– AIB264101218
– Hammond Lane26571417

Reference: [6]

LSFL Division 1 1986-87

PWDLPts
TEK United26157434
Bluebell United26157434
Ballyfermot United261110532
Bank of Ireland25119531
Pegasus26119631
Bank Rovers2588924
St. James’s Gate26961124
St. Mary’s Athletic25871023
Railway Union26951223
St. Josephs Boys26781122
Parkvilla266101022
Dunleary Celtic25691021
Glebe North265101120
Workmans Club261111413

Reference: [7]

LSFL Division 1 1987-88

PWDLPts
*St. James’s Gate301411539
Bluebell United301410638
Bank Rovers30157837
Dublin City301213537
Lusk United28138734
St. Joseph’s301111833
Ballyfermot United29914532
Glebe North28109929
TEK United28911829
Pegasus29991127
Bank of Ireland308101226
Workmans Club29891225
Parkvilla306121224
Railway Union306101422
St. Mary’s29591519
Dunleary Celtic29661718

Reference: [8]

Report

The LSFL Division 1 was won by a different club nearly every year between 1980-81 and 1987-88, with only Bluebell United winning a second time (81-82 & 83-84). Pegasus won the title in 1980-81 and Hammond Lane in 1982-83. St. Mary’s Athlone took the trophy out of Dublin in 1984-85, and Glebe North, TEK United and St. James’s Gate won it the following three years.

The League was re-organised for the 1988-89 season, with Divisions 1 & 1A replaced by the Senior Division and Division 1 respectively.

About

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Republic of Ireland Men’s Club Soccer is divided into three levels – Senior, Intermediate and Junior. The FAI League of Ireland constitutes the Senior Level with 1 Division in the 1980s.

The Provincial Leagues lie below this, as Intermediate Levels – with the Leinster Senior Football League being the Provincial League for the East of Ireland.

The LSFL Division 1 was Tier 1 of the LSFL and Tier 2 in the Republic of Ireland.

References

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Sources

[1] Anon. (1981) “Leinster League Final Table”. Irish Independent. Monday, 22 June, 1981. pg. 12

[2] Anon. (1982) “Joeys Best”. Irish Independent. Monday, 24 May 1982. pp. 12

[3] Anon. (1983) “Soccer Scoreboard “. Irish Independent. Monday, 23 May 1983. pp. 10

[4] Anon. (1984) “Soccer Scoreboard “. Irish Independent. Monday, 21 May 1984. pp. 14

[5] Anon. (1985) “Ban boost for Robson “. Irish Independent. Monday, 3 June, 1985. pp. 14

[6] Anon. (1986) “Facts & Figures “. Irish Independent. Monday, May 26, 1986. pp. 16

[7] Anon. (1987) “Soccer Scoreboard “. Irish Independent. Monday, May 25 1987. pp. 11

[8] Anon. (1988) “Soccer Scoreboard “. Irish Independent. Monday, May 16 1988. pp. 11

Images

[11] Leinster Senior League (2019) Logo [Internet] Available from: https://lsl.ie/img/logo.png[Accessed 24 September 2019]

Note: Past copies of the Irish Independent & Evening Herald are available to view online at the Irish Newspaper Archive: https://www.irishnewsarchive.com/ which is a subscription service.

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Gareth Quigley & Paul O’Reilly.

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 29 October 2019

(c) Copyright Enda Mulcahy and Eirball 2019

You may quote this document in part provided that proper acknowledgement is given to the authors. All Rights Reserved.

United States Armed Forces in Europe | Northern Italian League 1974-1975

NIL 1974

PWLTbPct
*Geronimos Vicenza33001.000
Blue Knights Vicenza
Bosco Rocks Verona
Missile Support Command Vicenza

Reference: [4]

NIL 1975

PWLTbPct
*Geronimos Vicenza33001.000
Blue Knights Vicenza
Bosco Rocks Verona
Missile Support Command Vicenza

Reference: [4]

About

The first Leagues in Europe from 1945 to the mid-1980s were US Armed Forces Personnel playing at Air Force Bases in the United Kingdom, Germany & the Mediterranean.

The USAFE Northern Italian League followed on from the Intercontinental Football League which was a failed attempt at starting a Professional American Football League in Europe following the success of the American film M*A*S*H with its climactic end sequence at an American Football game. The game featured fictional teams of American soldiers playing American Football, and reflected the true life Leagues in Europe and around the World where US Soldiers were stationed. (See Intercontinental Football League 1970-1975 ). Gernimos from Vicenza won the League with a 3-0 record both seasons.

The Northern Italian Football League followed on from the USAFE League in 1976, featuring the Bosco Rocks, Blue Knights & Geronimos, as well as Italian teams made up of local players and soldiers. (See Northern Italian Football League 1976-1986 )

The Italian League which followed was the first National League in Europe featuring homegrown players. (see Federazione Italiana Football Americano 1977 & Lega Italiana Football Americano 1980-1981 )

References

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Websites

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Sources

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Acknowledgements

Thanks to Tim Leadingham & Liam Mulcahy.

About this document

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Last Updated: 29 October 2019

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Indoor Football League 2019

Indoor Football League Alternate Logo (2009-2019) [4]

Standings

PWLTPFPAPct
*Arizona Rattlers1414008795101.000
*Iowa Barnstormers141220716522.857
*Sioux Falls Storm141130738589.786
*Green Bay Blizzard14950590521.643
*Nebraska Danger14770714656.500
*Tucson Sugar Skulls14770728705.500
Quad Cities Steamwheelers14680709650.429
Bismarck Bucks142120474751.143
Cedar Rapids River Kings141130413730.071
San Diego Strike Force141130524871.071

Reference: [1]

Playoffs

DateHome TeamAway Team
1st Round Playoffs
21.06.2019Green Bay Blizzard40Nebraska Dangers45
23.06.2019Sioux Falls Storm50Tucson Sugar Skulls47
United Conference Championship
29.06.2019Iowa Barnstormers50Sioux Falls Storm52
Intense Conference Championship
29.06.2019Arizona Rattlers62Nebraska Danger45
United Bowl Championship Game
13.07.2019Arizona Rattlers53Sioux Falls Storm56

Reference: [2]

Regular Season Results

DateHome TeamAway Team
Week 1
22.02.2019Quad Cities Steamwheelers66San Diego Strke Force50
23.02.2019Cedar Rapids River Kings44Sioux Falls Storm47
23.02.2019Nebraska Danger66Bismarck Bucks44
24.02.2019Green Bay Blizzard21Arizona Rattlers51
Week 2
01.03.2019Green Bay Blizzard53Nebraska Danger52
03.03.2019Quad Cities Steamwheelers39Iowa Barnstormers53
03.03.2019Arizona Rattlers81Cedar Rapids River Kings37
03.03.2019San Diego Strike Force44Tucson Sugar Skulls65
Week 3
09.03.2019Nebraska Danger36Sioux Falls Storm55
09.03.2019Cedar Rapids River Kings65San Diego Strike Force48
09.03.2019Iowa Barnstormers41Green Bay Blizzard3
10.03.2019Tucson Sugar Skulls62Bismarck Bucks42
Week 4
15.03.2019Cedar Rapids River Kings36Quad Cities Steamwheelers58
16.03.2019Bismarck Bucks18Sioux Falls Storm52
16.03.2019Arizona Rattlers63Tucson Sugar Skulls28
Week 5
22.03.2019Sioux Falls Storm66Quad Cities Steamwheelers52
23.03.2019Nebraska Danger55Iowa Barnstormers58
24.03.2019San Diego Strike Force45Green Bay Blizzard53
Week 6
29.03.2019Quad Cities Steamwheelers26Green Bay Blizzard29
30.03.2019Bismarck Bucks35Nebraska Danger50
30.03.2019Cedar Rapids River Kings20Iowa Barnstormers41
31.03.2019Tucson Sugar Skulls51San Diego Strike Force31
31.03.2019Arizona Rattlers58Sioux Falls Storm40
Week 7
05.04.2019Green Bay Blizzard53Quad Cities Steamwheelers47
06.04.2019Bismarck Bucks31Sioux Falls Storm64
06.04.2019Arizona Rattlers91San Diego Strike Force58
06.04.2019Iowa Barnstormers59Cedar Rapids River Kings48
06.04.2019Nebraska Danger53Tucson Sugar Skulls47
Week 8
13.04.2019Green Bay Blizzard60Nebraska Danger50
14.04.2019Bismarck Bucks16Iowa Barnstormers55
14.04.2019Tucson Sugar Skulls41Arizona Rattlers55
14.04.2019San Diego Strike Force40Cedar Rapids River Kings34
Week 9
20.04.2019Cedar Rapids River Kings25Bismarck Bucks40
20.04.2019Nebraska Danger47Green Bay Blizzard40
20.04.2019Siuox Falls Storm36Iowa Barnstormers32
20.04.2019Quad Cities Steamwheelers72Tucson Sugar Skulls54
22.04.2019San Diego Strike Force14Arizona Rattlers52
Week 10
26.04.2019Nebraska Danger66Cedar Rapids River Kings42
27.04.2019Sioux Falls Storm50Arizona Rattlers63
27.04.2019Tucson Sugar Skulls58Iowa Barnstormers61
28.04.2019Bismarck Bucks50Quad Cities Steamwheelers48
Week 11
04.05.2019Arizona Rattlers56Nebraska Dangers46
04.05.2019Green Bay Blizzard48Bismarck Bucks39
04.05.2019Iowa Barnstormers43Cedar Rapids River Kings18
04.05.2019Quad Cities Steamwheelers46Sioux Falls Storm59
04.05.2019Tucson Sugar Skulls54San Diego Strike Force34
Week 12
09.05.2019San Diego Strike Force48Tucson Sugar Skulls65
11.05.2019Iowa Barnstormers59Quad Cities Steamwheelers56
11.05.2019Siuox Falls Storm44Green Bay Blizzard37
Week 13
18.05.2019Bismarck Bucks40Tucson Sugar Skulls52
18.05.2019Sioux Falls Storm57Nebraska Danger56
19.05.2019Green Bay Blizzard49Iowa Bzarnstormers54
19.05.2019San Diego Strike Force63Arizona Rattlers84
Week 14
24.05.2019Iowa Barnstormers65Bismarck Bucks35
24.05.2019Nebraska Danger37Quad Cities Steamwheelers43
25.05.2019Tucson Sugar Skulls47Arizona Rattlers62
Week 15
01.06.2019Bismarck Bucks10Green Bay Blizzard41
01.06.2019Cedar Rapids River Kings0Arizona Rattlers56
01.06.2019Sioux Falls Storm60San Diego Strike Force7
Week 16
06.06.2019San Diego Strike Force26Nebraska Danger54
07.06.2019Quad Cities Steamwheelers58Bismarck Bucks20
08.06.2019Arizona Rattlers50Tucson Sugar Skulls49 ot
08.06.2019Cedar Rapids River Kings15Green Bay Blizzard56
08.06.2019Iowa Barnstormers55Sioux Falls Storm53
Week 17
15.06.2019Arizona Rattlers57San Diego Strike Force16
15.06.2019Green Bay Blizzard47Cedar Rapids River Kings0
15.06.2019Siuox Falls Storm65Bismarck Bucks54
15.06.2019Iowa Barnstormers40Nebraska Danger46
15.06.2019Tucson Sugar Skulls55Quad Cities Steamwheelers50

Reference: [2]

Team Geographic Map

2019 IFL Geographic Map [3]

Report

Sioux Falls Storm shocked the previously unbeaten Arizona Rattlers 56-53 in the United Bowl to win their 10th United Bowl, extending their record.

Arizona had finished 14-0 in Regular Season play, and Iowa Barnstormers 12-2 in second. Sioux Falls beat both of these one-time AAA Arena Football League teams on the way to the title after winning against Tucson Sugar Skulls (50-47) in the First Round Playoffs.

The United Conference Championship game was also extremely close, with the Storm beating Nebraska Danger 52-50. In the Intense Conference Championship Arizona Rattlers had beaten Nebraska Danger 62-45. Nebraska had earlier beaten Green Bay Blizzard 45-40 in the Playoffs.

Six of the 10 teams made the playoffs, with Quad Cities Steamwheelers just missing out of a spot in the post-season with a 6-8 record. Bismarck Bucks (2-12), Cedar Rapids River Kings (1-13) and San Diego Strike Force (1-13) won a total of 4 games between them.

About

The Indoor Football League is a AA American Football League played Reduced Numbers (8v8) Arena Football in the Western MidWest & American Southwest.

Reduced Numbers American Football is Full Contact Kittec Football, but with less players designed for smaller localities & regions with less population in the USA.

References

Websites

[1] Indoor Football League (2019) Standings [Internet] Available from: https://www.goifl.com/sports/fball/2018-19/standings [Accesed 27 October 2019]

[2] Indoor Football League (2019) Schedule [Internet] Available from: https://www.goifl.com/sports/fball/2018-19/schedule [Accesed 27 October 2019]

Images

[3] Indoor Football League | Wayback Machine (2019) 2019 Indoor Football League | Geographic Map [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20190708201232/https://www.goifl.com/members/Geographic_Map [Accesed 27 October 2019]

[4] SportsLogos.net (2019) Indoor Football League Alternate Logo (2009-2019) [Internet] Available from: http://content.sportslogos.net/logos/159/4848/full/982_-indoor_football_league-alternate-2009.gif [Accesed 27 October 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Bart Barden & Sam Thompson

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Lega Italiana Football Americano 1980-1981

LIF 1980

PWLTPFPAPct
Lupi Roma64207352.667
Tori Torino64205256.667
Diavoli Milano63218742.583
Gladiatori Roma60512488.083

Reference: [1]

LIF 1981

PWLTPFPAPct
Gladiatori Roma33006801.000
Lupi Roma32104012.667
Tori Torino31201264.333
Diavoli Roma3030050

Reference: [2]

Note: Season Unfinished.

Note on Team Names

TeamTranslationNotes on Team Name
Lupi RomaRome WolvesAccording to Etruscan legend a Wolf gave birth to Romulus & Remus, the founders of Rome. The Etruscan were the first inhabitants of Rome.
Gladiatori RomaRome GladiatorsGladiators are famous for their association with Rome. They took part in sword fights in Rome for the pleasure of the Roman public.
Diavoli Milano / PavulloMilan DevilsMilan was founded by the Celts, who had a God who resembled a deer, hence their later association with the devil by Christians.
Tauri TorinoTorino MinotaursThe Minotaur in Ancient Greek Myth was a beast that was Half Man – Half Bull (A Man with a Bull’s Head)

[4][5]

Report

The first domestic Italian American Football League was the Northern Italian Football League , started in 1976, following the first unsuccessful attempts at introducing Pro American Football to Europe in 1973-1975, with the Intercontinental Football League, which was to feature NFL players, and six teams in Europe, including the Rome Gladiators in Italy.

The Northern Italian Football League was started in 1976, with Vicenza teams Geronimos & Blue Knights dominating play, winning all the Spaghetti Bowls between them and finishing in the top two spots in the Regular Season most years.

The FIFA (Federazione Italiano Football Americano) association was set up the following year, in 1977, with a four-team National Playoff.

In 1980, the second attempt at starting a true National League was founded – the Lega Italiana Football Americano. It lasted one and a half seasons, with the second season finishing at the midway point. Lupi Roma won the first title in 1980 and Gladiatori Roma were the leaders at the halfway point in the second season. The rival Associazone Italiana Football Americano, which played its first season in 1981 took over thereafter.

The Italian League was the first domestic American Football League in Europe, with the game being restricted to US Army men playing at Air Force bases in Europe prior to that. The film M*A*S*H had popularised American Football in Europe in 1970, the first time the game had been seen on screen in Europe in a Major Film. See the Intercontinental Football League 1972-1975: Intercontinental Football League 1970-1975

References

Websites

[1] Enciclopedia del Football Italiano (2018) Lega Italiano Football Americano 1980 http://www.warriorsbologna.it/public/Enciclopedia/PDF/1980_lif.pdf[Accessed 15 October 2019]

[2] Enciclopedia del Football Italiano (2018) Lega Italiano Football Americano 1981 http://www.warriorsbologna.it/public/Enciclopedia/PDF/1981_lif.pdf[Accessed 15 October 2019]

[3] Alex Macbeth | The Local.it (2018) Four Civilizations that predate Rome [Internet] Available from: https://www.thelocal.it/20180911/four-civilizations-in-italy-that-pre-date-the-roman-empire [Accessed 27 October 2019]

[4] Medievallists.net (2019) Foundation myths in Mediaval & Renaissance Italy [Internet] Available from: https://www.medievalists.net/2015/06/foundation-myths-in-medieval-and-renaissance-italy/ [Accessed 27 October 2019]

[5] Tauri Torino (2019) Home | Sito Storico [Internet] Available from: https://tauritorino.com/ [Accessed 27 October 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Santina Farrinella.

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Northern Italian Football League 1976-1986

NIFL 1976

 PWLTPFPAPct
Blue Knights Vicenza       
Eagles Aviano       
Geronimos Vicenza       
Rangers Tirennia       
Red Machine Aviano       

Reference: [1]

DateHome Team Away Team 
 Spaghetti Bowl   
 GeronimosW  

Reference: [1]

NIFL 1977

 PWLTPFPAPct
Red Machine Aviano9720  .778
*Geronimos Vicenza9621  .722
Eagles Aviano9540  .556
Blue Knights Vicenza9441  .500
Rangers Tirennia9450  .444
Bosco Rocks Verona9090  .000

Reference: [1]

DateHome Team Away Team 
 Spaghetti Bowl   
 GeronimosW  

Reference: [2]

NIFL 1978

 PWLTPFPAPct
*Geronimos Vicenza10910  .900
*Red Machine Aviano10820  .800
Blue Knights Vicenza10550  .500
Rangers Tirrenia10550  .500
Eagles Aviano10280  .200
Rhinos Milano10190  .100

Reference: [1]

DateHome Team Away Team 
 Spaghetti Bowl   
 Geronimos VicenzaLRed Machine AvianoW

Reference: [3]

NIFL 1979

 PWLTPFPAPct
*Geronimos Vicenza101000  1.000
Blue Knights Vicenza10622  .700
Eagles Aviano10622  .700
Rangers Tirrenia10460  .400
Bosco Rocks Verona10280  .200
Rhinos Milano100010  .000

Reference: [4]

DateHome Team Away Team 
 Spaghetti Bowl   
 Geronimos VicenzaW  

Reference: [4]

NIFL 1980

 PWLTPFPAPct
*Blue Knights Vicenza8710  .875
Geronimos Vicenza8620  .750
Eagles Aviano8530  .625
Rangers Tirrenia8530  .625
Rhinos Milano8440  .500
Frogs Gallarate8170  .125
Rams Milano8080  .000

Reference: [5]

DateHome Team Away Team 
 Spaghetti Bowl   
 Blue Knights VicenzaW  

Reference: [5]

NIFL 1981

 PWLTPFPAPct
Blue Knights Vicenza       
Eagles Aviano       
*Geronimos Vicenza       
Rangers Tirrenia       
Rhinos Milano       

Reference: [6]

DateHome Team Away Team 
 Spaghetti Bowl   
 Geronimos VicenzaW  

Reference: [6]

NIFL 1982

 PWLTPFPAPct
*Geronimos Vicenza7700308131.000
*Blue Knights Vicenza761027828.857
*Rangers Tirrenia752010480.714
*Rhinos Milano743083174.571
Giaguari Torino734066161.429
Warriors Bologna716040195.143
Frogs Gallarate7070  .000
Crusaders Brindisi / Eagles Aviano (&)       

Reference: [7] (&) Eagles Aviano excluded from the Championship and replaced by Crusaders Brindisi – Other information unavailable [7]

DateHome Team Away Team 
 Semifinale   
 Blue Knights Vicenza27Rangers Tirrenia14
 Geronimos Vicenza35Rhinos Milano0
 Spaghetti Bowl   
 Blue Knights Vicenza6Geronimos Vicenza32

Reference: [7]

NIFL 1983

 PWLTPFPAPct
*Geronimos Vicenza6600297281.000
*Blue Knights Vicenza651016991.833
Frogs Busto Arsizio642011183.667
Rangers Tirrenia63309587.500
Warriors Bologna624055168.333
Giaguari Torino615091151.167
Seamen Milano60600210.000

Reference: [8]

DateHome Team Away Team 
 Semifinale   
 Geronimos Vicenza20Rangers Tirrenia0
 Frogs Busto Arsizio20Blue Knights Vicenza36
 Spaghetti Bowl   
 Blue Knights Vicenza26Geronimos Vicenza21

Reference: [8]

NIFL 1984

 PWLTPFPAPct
*Blue Knights Vicenza541012927.800
*Geronimos Vicenza54107723.800
*Rangers Tirrenia52305741.400
*Eagles Aviano52301352.400
Wildcats Napoli523022119.400
Crusaders Brindisi51403470.200

Reference: [9]

DateHome Team Away Team 
 Semifinale   
 Blue Knights Vicenza36Rangers Tirrenia0
 Geronimos Vicenza8Eagles Aviano0 ot
 Finale   
 Blue Knights Vicenza7Geronimos Vicenza14

Reference: [9]

NIFL 1985

 PWLTPFPAPct
*Geronimos Vicenza4400  1.000
*Rangers Tirrenia4310  .750
*Blue Knights Vicenza4220  .500
Red Raiders Aviano4130  .250
Mustangs Napoli4040  .000

Reference: [10]

DateHome Team Away Team 
 Semifinale   
 Geronimos Vicenza14Red Raiders Aviano7
 Rangers Tirrenia19Blue Knights Vicenza12
 Spaghetti Bowl   
 Geronimos Vicenza30Rangers Tirrenia14

Reference: [10]

NIFL 1986

 PWLTPFPAPct
Black Knights Vicenza       
Blue Falcons Vicenza       
Eagles Aviano       
Mustangs Napoli       
Rangers Tirrenia       
Warriors Bologna505025163.000

Reference: [11]

DateHome Team Away Team 
 Semifinale   
 ?? ?? 
 ?? ?? 
 Gold Bowl   
 ?? ?? 

Reference: [11]

Report

The first domestic Italian American Football League was the Northern Italian Football League , started in 1976, following the first unsuccessful attempts at introducing Pro American Football to Europe in 1973-1975, with the Intercontinental Football League, which was to feature NFL players, and six teams in Europe, including the Rome Gladiators in Italy.

The FIFA (Federazione Italiano Football Americano) association was set up the following year, in 1977, with a four-team National Playoff.

The Northern Italian Football League was started in 1976, with Vicenza teams Geronimos & Blue Knights dominating play, winning all the Spaghetti Bowls between them and finishing in the top two spots in the Regular Season most years.

The NIFL was merged into the Associazione Italiana Football Americano after the 1986 season.

The Italian League was the first domestic American Football League in Europe, with the game being restricted to US Army men playing at Air Force bases in Europe prior to that. The film M*A*S*H had popularised American Football in Europe in 1970, the first time the game had been seen on screen in Europe in a Major Film. See the Intercontinental Football League 1972-1975: Intercontinental Football League 1970-1975

References

Websites

[1] Enciclopedia del Football Italiano (2018) Northern Italian Football League 1976 http://www.warriorsbologna.it/public/Enciclopedia/PDF/1976_nifl.pdf[Accessed 15 October 2019]

[2] Enciclopedia del Football Italiano (2018) Northern Italian Football League 1977 http://www.warriorsbologna.it/public/Enciclopedia/PDF/1977_nifl.pdf[Accessed 15 October 2019]

[3] Enciclopedia del Football Italiano (2018) Northern Italian Football League 1978 http://www.warriorsbologna.it/public/Enciclopedia/PDF/1978_nifl.pdf[Accessed 15 October 2019]

[4] Enciclopedia del Football Italiano (2018) Northern Italian Football League 1979 http://www.warriorsbologna.it/public/Enciclopedia/PDF/1979_nifl.pdf[Accessed 15 October 2019]

[5] Enciclopedia del Football Italiano (2018) Northern Italian Football League 1980 http://www.warriorsbologna.it/public/Enciclopedia/PDF/1980_nifl.pdf[Accessed 15 October 2019]

[6] Enciclopedia del Football Italiano (2018) Northern Italian Football League 1981 http://www.warriorsbologna.it/public/Enciclopedia/PDF/1981_nifl.pdf[Accessed 15 October 2019]

[7] Enciclopedia del Football Italiano (2018) Northern Italian Football League 1982 http://www.warriorsbologna.it/public/Enciclopedia/PDF/1982_nifl.pdf[Accessed 15 October 2019]

[8] Enciclopedia del Football Italiano (2018) Northern Italian Football League 1983 http://www.warriorsbologna.it/public/Enciclopedia/PDF/1983_nifl.pdf[Accessed 15 October 2019]

[9] Enciclopedia del Football Italiano (2018) Northern Italian Football League 1984 http://www.warriorsbologna.it/public/Enciclopedia/PDF/1984_nifl.pdf [Accessed 24 October 2019]

[10] Enciclopedia del Football Italiano (2018) Northern Italian Football League 1985 http://www.warriorsbologna.it/public/Enciclopedia/PDF/1985_nifl.pdf [Accessed 24 October 2019]

[11] Enciclopedia del Football Italiano (2018) Northern Italian Football League 1986 http://www.warriorsbologna.it/public/Enciclopedia/PDF/1986_nifl.pdfAccessed 24 October 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Santina Farrinella.

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Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 24 October 2019

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Asia GAA All China Games Ladies Football Cup Roll of Honour 2007-2012

Asia GAA Logo [7]

Champions 2007-2012

YearWinnersRunners-up
2007Beijing
2008BeijingShanghai
2009Shanghai1-8 (11)Beijing2-1 (7) aet
2010Shanghai2-1 (7)Hong Kong1-0 (3)
2011ShanghaiBeijing
2012BeijingShanghai(aet)

Reference: [1-6]

References

Websites

[1] GAA Asian County Board (2016) All China – Dalian 2007 [Internet] Available from: http://asiancountyboard.com/tournaments/all-china-games/past-all-china-games/308-all-china-dalian-2007 [Accessed 22 December 2016] [Broken Link]

[2] GAA Asian County Board (2016) All China – Beijing 2008 [Internet] Available from: http://asiancountyboard.com/tournaments/all-china-games/past-all-china-games/158-shanghai-a-beijing-capture-honours-in-2008-all-china-games [Accessed 22 December 2016] [Broken Link]

[3] GAA Asian County Board (2016) All China – Shanghai 2009 [Internet] Available from: http://asiancountyboard.com/tournaments/all-china-games/past-all-china-games/200-2009-all-china-games [Accessed 22 December 2016] [Broken Link]

[4] GAA Asian County Board (2016) All China – Shenzhen 2010 [Internet] Available from: http://asiancountyboard.com/tournaments/all-china-games/past-all-china-games/298-all-china-shenzhen-2010 [Accessed 22 December 2016] [Broken Link]

[5] GAA Asian County Board (2016) All China – Shanghai 2011 [Internet] Available from: http://asiancountyboard.com/tournaments/all-china-games/past-all-china-games/338-all-china-shanghai-2011 [Accessed 22 December 2016] [Broken Link]

[6] GAA Asian County Board (2016) All China – Beijing 2012 [Internet] Available from: http://asiancountyboard.com/tournaments/all-china-games/past-all-china-games/363-all-china-games-2012-beijing [Accessed 22 December 2016] [Broken Link]

Images

[7] GAA Asian County Board (2016) GAA Asian Gaelic Games Logo [Internet] Available from: https://s3.eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/theclubapp-photos-production/clubs/logos/000/001/687/thumb/asia1.png?1561111047 [Accessed 23 October 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Caoilfhion Nic Fhearai

About this document

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Eirball | Irish North American & World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 23 October 2019

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Asia GAA All China Games Men’s Football Cup | Roll of Honour 2007-2012

Asia GAA Logo [2]

Champions 2007-2012

YearWinnersRunners-up
2007Shanghai
2008ShanghaiBeijing
2009Hong Kong3-8 (17)Shanghai1-4 (7)
2010Hong Kong3-5 (14)Shenzhen3-3 (12)
2011ShanghaiDalian
2012Seoul (Korea)Beijing

Reference: [1-6]

References

Websites

[1] GAA Asian County Board (2016) All China – Dalian 2007 [Internet] Available from: http://asiancountyboard.com/tournaments/all-china-games/past-all-china-games/308-all-china-dalian-2007 [Accessed 22 December 2016] [Broken Link]

[2] GAA Asian County Board (2016) All China – Beijing 2008 [Internet] Available from: http://asiancountyboard.com/tournaments/all-china-games/past-all-china-games/158-shanghai-a-beijing-capture-honours-in-2008-all-china-games [Accessed 22 December 2016] [Broken Link]

[3] GAA Asian County Board (2016) All China – Shanghai 2009 [Internet] Available from: http://asiancountyboard.com/tournaments/all-china-games/past-all-china-games/200-2009-all-china-games [Accessed 22 December 2016] [Broken Link]

[4] GAA Asian County Board (2016) All China – Shenzhen 2010 [Internet] Available from: http://asiancountyboard.com/tournaments/all-china-games/past-all-china-games/298-all-china-shenzhen-2010 [Accessed 22 December 2016] [Broken Link]

[5] GAA Asian County Board (2016) All China – Shanghai 2011 [Internet] Available from: http://asiancountyboard.com/tournaments/all-china-games/past-all-china-games/338-all-china-shanghai-2011 [Accessed 22 December 2016] [Broken Link]

[6] GAA Asian County Board (2016) All China – Beijing 2012 [Internet] Available from: http://asiancountyboard.com/tournaments/all-china-games/past-all-china-games/363-all-china-games-2012-beijing [Accessed 22 December 2016] [Broken Link]

Images

[2] GAA Asian County Board (2016) GAA Asian Gaelic Games Logo [Internet] Available from: https://s3.eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/theclubapp-photos-production/clubs/logos/000/001/687/thumb/asia1.png?1561111047 [Accessed 23 October 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Peter Comerford

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Asia GAA South Asian Games Ladies Football Cup Roll of Honour 2008-2015

Asia GAA Logo [2]

Champions 2008-2015

YearChampions
2008Singapore Lions
2009Orang Eire
2010Singapore Lions
2011Singapore Lions
2012Singapore Lions
2013
2014
2015Thai GAA

Reference: [1]

Note: Known as South East Asia Games until 2012, when it was renamed the South Asian Games.

References

Websites

[1] GAA Asian County Board (2019) North Asia Games [Internet] Available from: http://asiancountyboard.com/tournaments/south-asia-games/ [Accessed 22 December 2016] [Broken Link]

Images

[2] GAA Asian County Board (2016) GAA Asian Gaelic Games Logo [Internet] Available from: https://s3.eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/theclubapp-photos-production/clubs/logos/000/001/687/thumb/asia1.png?1561111047 [Accessed 23 October 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Peter Comerford

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