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Banty coaching Oman, joy for France, a young Middle East fan - the best GAA World Games pics

It’s been a busy week of action already in UCD.

THE ETIHAD AIRWAYS GAA World Games for 2016 have taken centre stage this week in Belfield.

Ex-Meath and Monaghan boss Seamus Banty McEnaney has been helping coach the Oman team, there’s been joyous scenes for French and German teams while the Middle East have recruited a young fan.

The finals take place in Croke Park on Friday and here’s some of the best pics from the opening couple of days action in UCD.

Banty coaching Oman, joy for France, a young Middle East fan - the best GAA World Games pics
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  • James Breen of New York in action against Pradeep Pujar of Germany

    Source: Sam Barnes / SPORTSFILE
  • Etihad Airways GAA World Games 2016 - Day 1

    Source: SPORTSFILE
  • Oman's Ahmed Brumy up against Beijing's Zida Deng

    Source: Sam Barnes / SPORTSFILE
  • Action from the clash of Argentina and the Middle East

    Source: Sam Barnes / SPORTSFILE
  • Etihad Airways GAA World Games 2016 - Day 1

    Source: Cody Glenn
  • New York's Mairead Durkin gets her kick away despite the challenge of Patricia Marmion of Britain Parnells

    Source: SPORTSFILE
  • Juan Patricio Wade of Argentina celebrates their victory over Chicaog

    Source: Cody Glenn
  • Advice for the Oman team from ex-Monaghan and Meath boss Seamus Banty McEnaney

    Source: Sam Barnes / SPORTSFILE
  • German player Sascha Voernmann celebrates their win over Oman

    Source: Cody Glenn / SPORTSFILE
  • Leo Blanchamp in action for France

    Source: Cody Glenn / SPORTSFILE
  • French supporters cheering on their team

    Source: Cody Glenn / SPORTSFILE
  • The North America camogie team celebrate their win

    Source: Cody Glenn / SPORTSFILE
  • Claire Bonnal of France gets the winning goal against Galicia

    Source: Cody Glenn / SPORTSFILE
  • The North American central hurling team take in the action

    Source: Cody Glenn / SPORTSFILE
  • Young hurling fans in 14 month-old twins Odhran and Fionn Scannell from Cork

    Source: Cody Glenn / SPORTSFILE
  • Dale Conroy (2) from Castletown, Co Laois watches on

    Source: Cody Glenn / SPORTSFILE
  • French players celebrate their victory over Galicia

    Source: Cody Glenn / SPORTSFILE
  • The North American Central hurling team after they saw off New York Native

    Source: Cody Glenn / SPORTSFILE
  • New York's Tieran Mathers up against Aaron Dooley of North American Central

    Source: Cody Glenn / SPORTSFILE

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