Category: United States GAA

United States GAA Senior Men’s Football Roll of Honour 1959-2019

United States GAA Logo [4]

Champions 1950-2019

YearChampions
1959Los Angeles
1960San Francisco
1961San Francisco
1962St. Patrick’s (Cleveland)
1963Galway (Boston)
1964St. Patrick’s (Cleveland)
1965St. Patrick’s (Cleveland)
1966St. Patrick’s (Cleveland)
1967Hartford
1968St. Patrick’s (Chicago)
1969Detroit
1970Galway (Boston)
1971Tyrone (Philadelphia)
1972St. Brendan’s (Chicago)
1973Connemara Gaels (Boston)
1974Tyrone (Philadelphia)
1975Tyrone (Philadelphia)
1976St. Patrick’s (Boston)
1977Tyrone (Philadelphia)
1978Wolfe Tones (Chicago)
1979Gaels (San Francisco)
1980Wolfe Tones (Chicago)
1981St. Brendan’s (Chicago)
1982Wolfe Tones (Chicago)
1983St. Brendan’s (Chicago)
1984St Patrick’s (Boston)
1985Wolfe Tones (chicago)
1986Galway (Boston)
1987John McBrides (Chicago)
1988Wolfe Tones (Chicago)
1989Galway (Boston)
1990Donegal (Philadelphia)
1991Wolfe Tones (Chicago)
1992Donegal (Philadelphia)
1993Donegal (Philadelphia)
1994Cusacks (San Francisco)
1995Wolfe Tones (Chicago)
1996Wolfe Tones (Chicago)
1997Wolfe Tones (Chicago)
1998Aidan McAnespies (Boston)
1999Wolfe Tones (Chicago)
2000St. Brendan’s (Chicago)
2001Wolfe Tones (Chicago)
2002Wolfe Tones (Chicago)
2003Cork (Boston)
2004St. Brendan’s (Chicago)
2005Ulster (San Francisco)
2006Wolfe Tones (Chicago)
2007St. Brendan’s (Chicago)
2008Aidan McAnespies (Boston)
2009St. Christopher’s (Boston)
2010Sean Treacy’s (San Francisco)
2011Aidan McAnespies (Boston)
2012Ulster (San Francisco)
2013Ulster (San Francisco)
2014Ulster (San Francisco)
2015McBrides (Chicago)
2016Ulster (San Francisco)
2017Shannon Blues (Boston)
2018Donegal St. Patrick’s (Philadelphia)
2019Donegal (Boston)

Reference: [1-3]

References

Bibliography

[1] GAA (2017) “North American Board Championships” The Complete Handbook of Gaelic Games”. pg. 401. DBA Publications Ltd, Blackrock, co. Dublin, Ireland.

Websites

[2] USGAA | Rory O’Donnell (2018) PHILADELPHIA 2018 – USGAA FINALS A HUGE SUCCESS [Internet] Available from: http://usgaa.org/philadelphia-2018-usgaa-finals-a-huge-success/ [Accessed 23 October 2019]

[3] USGAA (2019) September Newsletter | 2019 USGAA Champions [Internet] Available from: http://usgaa.org/usgaa-newsletter-september-2019/ [Accessed 23 October 2019]

Images

[4] USGAA (2019) Logo [Internet] Available from: http://usgaa.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/USGAA-logo_C.png [Accessed 23 October 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Decy Maher

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Last Updated: 23 October 2019

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United States GAA Senior Hurling Championships Roll of Honour 1959-2019

United States GAA Logo [4]

Champions 1959-2019

YearChampions
1959San Francisco
1960Los Angeles
1961Montreal
1962Galway (Boston)
1963Shannon Rangers (Chicago)
1964Galway (Boston)
1965Garryowen (Torornto)
1966Harry Bolands (Chicago)
1967Galway (Boston)
1968Galway (Boston)
1969Harry Bolands (Chicago)
1970Garryowen (Toronto)
1971Harry Bolands (Chicago)
1972Harry Bolands (Chicago)
1973Galway (Boston)
1974Garryowen (Toronto)
1975St. Michael’s (Toronto)
1976Harry Bolands (Chicago)
1977Limerick (Chicago)
1978St. Michael’s (Toronto)
1979St. Vincent’s (Chicago)
1980Harry Bolands (Chicago)
1981Cork (Boston)
1982Cork (Boston)
1983Harry Bolands (Chicago)
1984Harry Bolands (Chicago)
1985Gaels (San Francisco)
1986Tipperary (Boston)
1987Fr. Tom Burkes (Boston)
1988Gaels (San Francisco)
1989Harry Bolands (Chicago)
1990Na Fianna (San Francisco)
1991Na Fianna (San Francisco)
1992Tipperary (Boston)
1993Harry Bolands (Chicago)
1994Cork (Boston)
1995Cu Chulainn (Chicago)
1996Harry Bolands (Chicago)
1997Naomh Padraig (San Francisco)
1998Harry Bolands (Chicago)
1999Harry Bolands (Chicago)
2000Cu Chulainn (Chicago)
2001Cork (Boston)
2002Tipperary (Boston)
2003Galway (Boston)
2004Fr. Tom’s (Boston)
2005Tipperary (Boston)
2006Harry Bolands (Chicago)
2007Cu Chulainn (Chicago)
2008Limerick (Chicago)
2009Wexford (Boston)
2010Naomh Padraig (San Francisco)
2011Na Fianna (San Francisco)
2012Na Fianna (San Francisco)
2013Na Fianna (San Francisco)
2014Galway (Boston)
2015Harry Bolands (Chicago)
2016Naomh Padraig (San Francisco)
2017(Naomh Padraig (San Francisco)
2018Tipperary (Boston)
2019JP Ryan’s (Vancouver )

Reference: [1-3]

References

Bibliography

[1] GAA (2017) “North American Board Championships” The Complete Handbook of Gaelic Games”. pg. 401. DBA Publications Ltd, Blackrock, co. Dublin, Ireland.

Websites

[2] USGAA | Rory O’Donnell (2018) PHILADELPHIA 2018 – USGAA FINALS A HUGE SUCCESS [Internet] Available from: http://usgaa.org/philadelphia-2018-usgaa-finals-a-huge-success/ [Accessed 23 October 2019]

[3] USGAA (2019) September Newsletter | 2019 USGAA Champions [Internet] Available from: http://usgaa.org/usgaa-newsletter-september-2019/ [Accessed 23 October 2019]

Images

[4] USGAA (2019) Logo [Internet] Available from: http://usgaa.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/USGAA-logo_C.png [Accessed 23 October 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Conor McGroarty

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Eirball | Irish North American & World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 23 October 2019

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GAA United States All-American Tournament Football 2017

Final Tournament Table

 PWDLPFPAPts
*Midwest220039224
Philadelphia210127322
New York200224360

Results

DateTeam 1 Team 2 
29.04.17Philadelphia17New York12
29.04.17New York12Midwest19
29.04.17Midwest20Philadelphia10

Websites

[1] North American GAA (2017) Midwest win All-American Tournament [Internet] Available from: http://www.northamericangaa.com/news/10023209/Midwest_win_All_American_tournament [Accessed 4 May 2017]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Edmund Corrigan, Decy Maher, Anton “Pippo” O’Grady & Michael O’Callaghan

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 28 August 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.