Etihad Airways GAA World Games Finals round-up
GAA World Games Mens Football Irish Cup Final
Middle East GAA 1-12 Abu Dhabi Na Fianna 1-11
James Carroll's last gasp point in extra-time ensured Middle East claimed the GAA World Games Mens title at Croke Park.
An action packed encounter went the distance with Middle East finishing strongly to earn a narrow win.
Abu Dhabi Na Fianna shaded a tight first half going in 0-6 to 0-5 ahead at half-time.
Middle East GAA's team was stocked with quality footballers, who have experienced inter-county action, but Abu Dhabi impressed.
Ciaran McGinley was instrumental as they departed armed with a slender advantage at the turnaround.
Both teams were making good use of the rolling substitutes during a fluid encounter.
Despite the good, running style of both teams goalscoring chances were scarce.
That changed dramatically when the action recommenced with goalkeepers Kevin Tormey and Kenneth O'Malley making fine saves.
But Gavin Murphy burst clear to drill a splendid goal for Abu Dhabi, who edged four points ahead in the closing stages.
Middle East recovered with a late Colm Coyle goal forcing extra-time following a tense finish.
Goalkeeper Kenneth O'Malley edged Middle East in front before Ciaran McGinley levelled.
Carroll, though, stayed cool to land a brilliant point in the dying seconds as Middle East prevailed.
Middle East: K O'Malley, M Scully, D Curran, K Quirke, J Mullen, C Coyle, E O'Reilly, E Bradley, M Scannell, A Doyle, J Carroll, K Massey, T King.
Abu Dhabi Na Fianna: K Tormey, R Brown, R McGinty, J O'Heaghra, O McGinty, R Corcoran, S Mahon, J Brown, S Hennessy, B Geraghty, C McGinley, G Murphy, J Keogh.
GAA World Games Mens Football Cup Final (Native)
New York 4-5 France 1-9
New York delivered an excellent performance to secure silverware at Croke Park.
An eventful opening period eventually ended with New York departing 3-4 to 1-5 ahead against a determined France outfit.
Roared on by a sizeable travelling contingent the French team impressed early on, but New York struck for three opening period goals.
Those blows ensured New York went in at the break armed with a five point advantage.
After the restart New York pounced for a fourth goal and France, despite a battling performance, couldn't recover.
GAA World Games Camogie Cup Final (Native)
North America 1-4 Britain Native 0-4
GAA World Games Camogie Cup Final
Australasia 5-17 Tara 1-8
GAA World Games Hurling Cup Final (Native)
NACB Chicago Native 2-6 New York Native 1-6
GAA World Games Hurling Cup (Irish)
Middle East 2-12 Australasia 2-10
GAA World Games Ladies Football Cup Final (Native)
New York GAA 2-4 Canada Eastern 0-5
GAA World Games Ladies Football Cup Final
Parnells Team 1 3-7 Australasia 0-8