The big annual event of the London Gaelic Athletic Association at Mitcham Stadium on Whit-Monday wa4 an outstanding success.
The Bishop of Menevia travelled specially from Wales to start the big hurling match between Dulin and
Tipperary, and the High Commissioner for Ireland in London, Mr Dulanty, was also present.
The London Catholic Film Society filmed the match, and the picture will 'subsequently be released as a " talkie" and will be shown in several parts of England and Ireland.
Father Ferdinand Valentine, 0.P., one of the Committee of the Catholic Film Society, was responsible for the arrangements.
A new periodical entitled, The London G.A.A, Bulletin, also appeared on Whit-Monday, and was on sale at Mitcham Stadium.
It is a most attractive and well-pro. duced eight-page paper. In a leading article, Father John Cremin, the Chairman of the London Gaelic Athletic Association, says: