# New York

Last year
'Fellas were ringing to put themselves on the panel' - Kilkenny's rise to All-Ireland football champions
Cats’ boss Christy Walsh recalls his side’s incredible win in Croke Park at the weekend.
'I woke up the next morning and couldn't move my legs'
Former Monaghan forward Michael Slowey recounts a nomadic GAA career that saw him recover from a fractured spine to become New York’s all-time leading scorer and win championships in America, Australia and Clare.
All time
GAA postpone May clash between New York and Galway in Connacht opener
The game was scheduled to take place on Sunday 3 May.
President-elect not 'out of touch' with GAA, while New York's Tailteann Cup bid back on table
‘Just because we’re overseas doesn’t make us any less involved in the Association,’ says New York chairperson Joan Henchy.
New York official becomes fourth candidate to enter race for GAA presidency
Larry McCarthy is in the running to replace John Horan.
Mayo begin summer campaign with 21-point thumping of New York
James Horan’s men encountered little resistance in the Big Apple.
'Listen, it's a great lifestyle' - Armagh football star Clarke plans to stay in New York
The Crossmaglen native was devastated after Sunday’s Connacht championship loss to Leitrim.
New York regrets - 'We put so much effort into it and to come that close is heartbreaking'
Sunday’s Connacht championship loss will live for a while longer with the Sligo born netminder Vinny Cadden.
New York agonisingly denied historic championship win by last-gasp Leitrim in extra-time
Leitrim kicked two points in the final minute of stoppage-time in extra-time to seal the win.
Almost 5% of Leitrim has travelled to New York for tonight's Connacht championship opener
The 2018 championship season gets underway today.
'When the camera zoomed in on Lee Keegan crying on the pitch, it definitely did bring a lot of emotions'
New York skipper Tom Cunniffe endured the pain of Mayo’s last All-Ireland defeat just like the rest of their supporters.
Jamie Clarke starts at centre-forward in strong New York side to face Leitrim
The Exiles have just four survivors from their eight-point loss to Sligo last year.
'Jamie Clarke is a very good footballer, a very good lad and he's a great outlet for us in the forward line'
New York are hopeful Jamie Clarke can help them create Connacht SFC history this weekend.
Sligo escape the Bronx intact in a scintillating opening to the 2017 football championship
When New York took the lead with 19 minutes left, Gaelic Park began to believe.
'Roscommon definitely got a louder cheer than we did, which was something we were stung by'
New York went down to Roscommon in agonising circumstances 12 months ago, but will Sunday be different?
Danny Sutcliffe and Tom Cunniffe named in strong New York starting 15 to face Sligo
Sligo, Mayo, Galway, Donegal, Down, Kerry, Dublin, Wicklow and Armagh are the counties represented in the team.
Former Dublin All-Star and ex-Mayo defender part of the New York squad to face Sligo this weekend
Former Donegal forward Ross Wherity is also part of Justin O’Halloran’s squad.
Roscommon avoid repeat of New York scare with comfortable defeat of Leitrim
Any hopes of revival for the underdogs disappeared when sub Darren Sweeney received a straight red.
Roscommon rally troops after New York scare
A team fancied by so many to go all the way in the Connacht Championship were nearly grounded from the get-go in the Bronx.
New York fall agonisingly short in their bid to make GAA history
Roscommon were given the fright of their Championship lives in the Bronx.
Galway hurling star Johnny Glynn named on New York senior football panel
He joins former Galway footballer Johnny Duane in the 40-man squad.
'I wasn't expecting that out here!' - Galway player strikes gold in New York raffle
Tom Fahy won return flights from New York to Dublin, match tickets and accommodation for All-Ireland final weekend
From Wexford to New York - PJ Banville has taken his love of football across the Atlantic
The full-forward is one of six new faces in the New York side for Sunday’s Connacht SFC opener against Galway.
12 counties represented on New York team with 4 debutants on Galway side for Big Apple clash
Kevin Walsh’s side flew out to New York on Thursday morning.
'I heard about Jonny Cooper, it could happen to anyone, anywhere' - Alisha Jordan
The New York ladies footballer also suffered an unprovoked attack, but hasn’t let it defeat her and will play in All-Ireland junior final this weekend.
The GAA football emigrants XV - 15 intercounty players who are away this summer
Here’s our best 15 from the footballers who are currently unavailable for their native counties through emigration.
Jim White in Cillian O'Connor pronunciation fail as Mayo New York gets Sky Sports treatment
A sign of the summer ahead.
Mayo write their own Bronx Tale
The Connacht champions enjoyed a comfortable win in New York
Donegal's Ross Wherity ready for a different kind of championship in 'crazy' New York
Mayo game is “do or die”, says one of the familiar faces on the New York team.
Brendan Quigley - 'There's no point being on a county panel and drawing social welfare'
New York’s captain has no regrets on his decision to leave his native Laois.
Diarmuid O'Connor set for Mayo senior debut as 11 of All-Ireland side to face New York
The Connacht championship opening round tie takes place in Gaelic Park next Sunday evening.
11 counties represented on New York team to face Mayo next Sunday
Down, Tyrone, Kerry, Westmeath, Clare, Cork, Laois, Galway, Offaly, Donegal and Armagh all have players included.
Mayo are Big Apple bound - 'It's a cool setting over there and New York is a class city'
Aidan O’Shea reckons cost should not come into the debate over whether New York’s involvement is worthwhile.
New York prepare for Mayo game with a trip to the United States Military Academy
“We don’t want to be the whipping boys anymore,” insists manager Ian Galvin. “We don’t want to be laughed at.”
Sports Film of the Week: An Exile's home in The Bronx
The 2012 documentary charts New York’s ambitious drive to make an impact in the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship.