Michael Cusacks Hurlers and Footballers take home NSW GAA League Titles

Michael Cusacks Hurlers and Footballers take home NSW GAA League Titles from Michael Cusacks GAC

By: Michael Cusacks GAC  11-Jan-2012
Keywords: Football, Football Clubs, Sport

Though coming up short in the ladies football and camogie league finals, it turned out to be a fantastic weekend for Michael Cusacks as last Sunday at Mona Park in Sydney, the club took the double when winning this year’s NSW GAA men’s football and hurling league titles. In a repeat of last years men’s football final, this time around Michael Cusacks came out on the winning side over Cormac McAnallens on a scoreline of [16] 0-16 to [12] 2-06. In the hurling, ‘Cusacks made up for the dissapointment in losing both the league and championship deciders last year when comprehensively accounting for Central Coast by [40] to 5-25 to [17] 1-14. In the ladies football final, the all conquering champions of 2010 Central Coast had a six point win over ‘Cusacks [22] 2-16 to [16] 3-07, while in Camogie, it was a win again for ‘Coast over ‘Cusacks on a scoreline of [16] 4-04 to [9] 0-09. Listen to the full podcast here: http://www.gaelicsportscast.com/2011/06/30/244-cusacks-on-the-double-in-sydney/

Keywords: Football, Football Clubs, Gaelic Football, Ireland, Irish, Irish Abroad, Irish Backpackers, Irish in Sydney, Ladies Football, Mens Football , Sport, Womens Football ,

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