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a traditional Irish game resembling hockey

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Of course, Ryan (inset) himself, along with several of his contemporaries like John Leahy and Brendan Cummins, flirted with football for the county also, but at no stage did their football pedigree overshadow that of hurling.
Mir Afzal Khan, a resident of Wah Cantonment, lodged a complaint with the local police that Mohammad Sohail, Usman Khalid, Jahangir along with his two accomplices stormed into his house, held him hostage at gunpoint and started hurling life threat.
He insisted that hurling was always his true love and even though Dublin have since won three All-Ireland football titles, he isn't bothered about missing out.
Kilkenny star Fennelly is 1-7 for the hurling award ahead of his team-mate Tommy Walsh at 4-1, and it's 20-1 bar the pair.
Having launched its services in Ireland in July 2007, Etihad first announced its sponsorship of the GAA Hurling All Ireland Senior Championship in March 2008.
The Irish inter-provincial final is one of the biggest matches in the hurling calendar and will take place at the Ghantoot Racing and Polo Club, between Abu Dhabi and Dubai when Ireland's top two teams battle it out in the Abu Dhabi final.
Though his family has Irish heritage, Schaefer didn't get into hurling until this summer, when his daughter took a trip to Ireland.
Modern Brewery Age recently included a brief article about the new Guinness "Believe" campaign, which debuts with a television commercial depicting a hurling match.
In this narrative, de' Mussi makes two important claims about the siege of Caffa and the Black Death: that plague was transmitted to Europeans by the hurling of diseased cadavers into the besieged city of Caffa and that Italians fleeing from Caffa brought it to the Mediterranean ports.
Three months ago Kerins was just a regular member of a Galway hurling squad preparing for their annual semi-final defeat by the kings of Leinster or Munster.
Men's Hurling and Women's Gaelic Football Highlight Event in West Orange
Yesterday, the Master Fixture List for 2018 was published and following decisions at Congress in February and Special Congress in September, the hurling and football Championships take on a very different complexion with both competitions containing a round robin format.
Rawalpindi -- At least three persons have been booked for allegedly hurling life threats at a woman and man, while attempting to grab property within the Civil Lines and Wah Cantonment Police jurisdictions.
The mystique, magic, aura, whatever of Munster hurling is not confined to the south of the country.
The temples in Jalna town have witnessed the tradition of hurling young children for two centuries, but now, the height from which they were thrown has been decreased to five feet.