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  1. Hurling: The Warrior Game by Diarmuid O'Flynn, 2009-04-11
  2. The Wolfhound Guide to Hurling (Wolfhound Guides) by Brenda Fullam, 2002-03
  3. The Ultimate Guide to Hurling by Gavin Mortimer, 2009-03
  4. Hurling: The Revolution Years by Denis Walsh, 2006-05-25
  5. Unlimited Heartbreak: The Inside Story of Limerick Hurling by Henry Martin, 2010-03-16
  6. Cork's Hurling Story from 1890 to the Present Time by Tim Horgan, 1977-03-17
  7. The Clash of the Ash in Foreign Fields : Hurling Abroad by Seamus J. King, 1998-08-01
  8. Hurling Words at Consciousness by Mukoma wa Ngugi, 2006-07-01
  9. Last Man Standing: Hurling Goalkeepers by Christy O'Connor, 2005-08-19
  10. All About Hurling by Irene Barber, 2003-09-02
  11. Hooked: A Hurling Life by Justin Huntly McCarthy, 2002-01
  12. Championship 1996: The Complete Record: Football and Hurling by Brian Carthy, 1996-11
  13. GAA Quiz Book 2: Another 2,000 Gaelic Football and Hurling Questions (Bk. 2) by Christy O'Connor, 2008-10-06
  14. Ardfert: A Hurling History by Tommy O'Connor, 1988

1. Milwaukee Hurling Club: Home
Coming Up. 05/05. Practice. 05/07. MHC Draft. 05/09. Practice/ Present Teams. 05/12. Practice. 05/16. Week 1 at Brown Deer Park. Calendar. The 2004 Season Is Coming! The Milwaukee hurling Club's
Coming Up Practice No Matches Practice Highland Games, Hurling Exibition Week 3 at Lakefront Practice Calendar Maps and Directions
The Season Begins!
After a hard preseason it has now come time for the games to begin. The draft happened last weekend and now the teams are set. Starting at 10am on Sunday the games will begin with a youth match between Jimbo's Badgers and the County Clare Stingers. At 11am the adult matches will begin and run throughout the day. Take note that the games will take place at Brown Deer Park for Week 1 and then will be back at the Lakefront Pitch for most of the regular season games. The games this weekend will be at Brown Deer Park at picnic area #2.
Maps and Directions
2nd Annual Youth Clinics
The Milwaukee Hurling Club is looking for kids between the ages of 7 and 14 to participate in our two-day hurling clinic to be held on June 12th and 19th at Brown Deer Park in Milwaukee. Each three and a half hour session will focus on the basic skills of the sport of hurling with scrimmage to be held at the conclusion of the second day. The cost for each participant - for both days - is $20 and includes lunch, water and refreshments, a commemorative t-shirt and the use of the necessary equipment. Help us get the word out about the clinic!

2. Hurling And Gaelic Football
s of both games, including a list of past champions.......
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Gaelic Games: Hurling and Gaelic Football
gaelic football hurling links Have you ever wondered how football (soccer) would look like without offside?
Then try to watch the spectacular Gaelic games Hurling and Gaelic Football which set their highlights just when football (soccer) takes its time out: in the European summer. Although the two sports are also played in clubs, the highlight is the yearly All Ireland Championships for the 33 county selections.
Ireland is divided in 4 provinces Connacht, Leinster, Munster, and Ulster (which is Northern Ireland). Those are divided again into an unequal number of counties (Connacht 6, Leinster 12 (incl. Dublin), Munster 6, Ulster 9).
First the provinces determine their champions, then those play off the All Ireland Championship.
Those county rivalries are also a journey into the past for football fans, as passion more than money characterizes the games. Both sports are said to be very old, the championships in today's form more than 100 years.

3. HURLING Information On SPORTQuest
One stop resource for all the information on hurling, with links to Associations, clubs, teams, events, rules and more. SPORTQuest. hurling. Clubs and Teams. Directory
Hurling Clubs and Teams Directory Events - National News ... Statistics - Results
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Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5G3
Tel: 613-231-SIRC Fax: 613-231-3739

4. D.U. Hurling Club
History, news, results, and pictures of the club, located at Dublin University.

5. UL Hurling Club
News, history, articles, honours, and player profiles.
University of Limerick Fitzgibbon Cup Champions 2002. Keep an eye on the notice board for training times. The Fitzgibbon Cup has finally arrived back in Limerick after an eight year gap. It is a great achievement and is in no small way due to the work put in by Ollie Moran since last November and more recently the pyschological guru also from Ahane, Eamon Meskill. Our thanks must also go to David Daly and Ger who have looked after the club over the twelve months and the University who helped to put us up in Galway for the weekend and our sponsors have been brilliant. On behalf of the Hurling Club I would to take this opportunity to welcome all the new freshers into the college. Finally I want to take this opportunity to wish all final year students the best of luck in the coming semesters and hope that those in their final year may enjoy it as much as the freshers will UL Hurling Club.

6. The Game Of Hurling.
The Game of hurling. hurling is one of the fastest and most skilful field games in the world. The 18th century was known as the golden age of hurling.
The Game of Hurling.
Hurling is one of the fastest and most skilful field games in the world. It is an ancient Gaelic sport, played long before the coming of Christianity. The earliest written record of the game is contained in the Brehon Laws of the fifth century. The first great hurling hero was Setanta whose legendary adventures are known to most Irish children. The game was banned by the Statutes of Kilkenny because of its popularity with the Normans. The 18th century was known as the 'golden age' of hurling. Landlords promoted the game; inter-barony and inter-county games were played. These matches were very well organised; teams lined out in set positions (21 a-side) and the behaviour of each player was controlled by a strict code of honour. Events from 1790 to 1800 caused the gentry to withdraw their support for the game of hurling. This, together with the effects of the Great Famine, severely damaged the development of the game. A successful revival of hurling commenced in 1884 with the founding of the G.A.A. The Gaelic games are organised on a local level - the parish being the basic unit of organisation. Hence, the national games have become interwined with community spirit and local pride.
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7. GAA Hurling
hurling news and results for Ireland You are here Home SportsDesk hurling. Today's Date Fri May 14th 04 May 14th OFFALY hurling has turned to former dual star Michael Duignan in an effort to provide a

8. IT Sligo Hurling Club
Welcome to the IT Sligo. hurling Website. News. Ryan Cup 2003 Heartbreak as senior hurlers beaten by rivals Athlone IT at quarterfinal stage.
Institiuid Teicneolaiochta, Sligeach CLG Welcome to the IT Sligo Hurling Website News Ryan Cup 2003: Heartbreak as senior hurlers beaten by rivals Athlone IT at quarter-final stage by last minute point. Final score 1-9 to 1-8 . See Report. 2002/03 Division 1 campaign ends on a high note with one point win over Carlow IT. Freshers qualify for semis! More heartbreak as freshers lose to Cork IT by a single point following last minute goal in extra-time. Score after 60 mins 1-7 each. Final score AET CIT 2-7 IT Sligo 1-9. Camogie team beat Dundalk IT, DCU and QUB. Qualified for league quarter-finals following historic win over Queens. Thanks to our 2002/3 sponsors: The Dooney Bar and Restaurant, Sligo The Brewery, Sligo Jako Team Sports, Sligo. Ryan Cup 2002: See Sligo Champion and Sligo Weekender reports Ryan Cup 2002 Draw Senior Division 1B League Results for 2001/02 - Seniors in Division 1 for first time Freshers Division 2 League Results 2001/02 Results for 2000/01 - including historic 2nd League Division 2 win for Senior hurlers- updated 29/1/2002 Reports for 2000/01 includes League final report as IT Sligo defeat the might of UCC!

9. Hurling & Camogie Gear By Easy Street | CafePress
Apparel, accessories, housewares, and posters.
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10. Shamrocks Hurling & Football Club
Welcome to Shamrocks GAA Website. This site was created to celebrate the centenary of Shamrocks hurling and Football Club. Please
Welcome to Shamrocks GAA Website.
This site was created to celebrate the centenary of Shamrocks Hurling and Football Club. Please browse the site to find out more about Shamrocks in the present and past.
My URL: I got it for free at

11. Hurling Club Argentina - Home Page
Club Irland©s de Rugby
Estamos realizando cambios para mejorar el Site en general. Por favor, sepan disculpar las molestias ocasionadas. Muchísimas gracias! - We're trying to improve our Site. Please, accept our apologizes in case you face any difficulties to access any hyperlynks and/or pages. Thank you very much! Ult. modificación (Last updated): 27/11/2003 03:29:20 p.m. Sponsored by: Better seen in 800 x 600 and using Internet Explorer ¡Bienvenido al Site Oficial del Hurling Club!
Welcome to the Official Web Site of the Hurling Club !
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Pcia. de Buenos Aires - Argentina

12. Garryowen Gaelic Football And Hurling Club
History, news, and pictures of the teams.

13. Sport
Recent news articles about the sport.
News Sport Business Entertainment ... Hurling Championship Fix / Res Match Stats County Profiles Roll of Honour ... The Sunday Game Leinster SHC   LAO v OFF Ulster SHC ANT DER NY DOW
Updated at : 09:26  Corbett injury a blow to Tipperary Hurling
Tipperary will be without Lar Corbett for two months after the Thurles Sarsfields player fractured his ankle.
Antrim overcome plucky Derry
Favourites Antrim reached the Ulster provincial decider thanks to a 2-14 to 0-12 victory over Derry at Casement Park.
Down make winning trip to Big Apple
Nine points from Man of the Match Paul Branniff secured victory for Down at Gaelic Park this afternoon in an entertaining encounter in New York.
Championship action in Ulster on Sunday
Defending champions Antrim kick off the defence of their crown against Derry.
Trio return to boost Antrim
Antrim welcome back the fit-again trio of Liam Watson, Jim Connolly and Kieran Kelly for Sunday's Guinness Ulster Senior Hurling Championship semi-final clash against Derry at Casement Park. Tipp board to probe alleged assault Hurling The Tipperary County Board are to launch an investigation into an alleged assault on inter-county referee Seamus Roche.

14. Hurling Und Gaelic Football
Translate this page internet universe archives , Die Irische Alternative für den Sommer hurling und Gaelic Football. hurling. Wer glaubt, daß
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Hurling und Gaelic Football gaelic football hurling links
Hurling und Gaelic Football
Jene bestehen wiederum aus einer ungleiche Anzahl von Grafschaften (Connacht 6, Leinster 12 (inkl. Dublin), Munster 6, Ulster 9).
Zuerst bestimmen die Provinzen ihren Meister, dann spielen jene um den All Ireland Titel.
Beide Sportarten werden, so sagt man seit Ewigkeiten gespielt, die Meisterschaften in heutiger Form seit mehr als 100 Jahren.
gaelic football
hurling links back to top GAELIC FOOTBALL
Die letzten 5 Gewinner:
1994 Down (from Ulster), 1995 Dublin (Leinster), 1996 Meath (Leinster), 1997 Kerry (Munster), 1998 Galway (Connacht) Die Meister 1999 der vier Provinzen:
Ulster: Armagh Munster: Cork Connacht: Mayo (vice All Irish champions 96 and 97, defeated Galway here) Leinster: Meath Diese vier ermitteln den All Irish Champion: Halbfinalspiele am 22./29.8.: Cork - Mayo Armagh - Meath Finale am 26.9.: gaelic football hurling links back to top HURLING (Siehe Gaelic Football Die 1999 Provinz-Sieger: Ulster: Antrim (spielt Leinster Vize Offaly in Viertel-finals) Leinster: Kilkenny Connacht: Galway (spielt Munster Vize Clare in Viertel-finals) Halbfinale (15./22.8.) Cork-Antrim/Offaly, Kilkenny-Galway/Clare

15. UCC Hurling Club
University College Cork hurling Club Homepage, a look through the victorious teams, past and present, and a history of the club.
Commitee Panels Fixtures and Results Photo Gallery ... Guestbook This Web-Site is currently being modified!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! New Web-Site due mid Feb 03 Latest Results: UCC 0-11 UL 0-12 League Final UCC 1-16 GMIT 0-5 League Semi Final UCC 1-10 Athenry 1-12 UCC 1-17 Tipperary 0-16 Next Match VS UCG Fitz 1/4 Final in Galway Sat 15th Feb Hurling Club Disco Tue 11th Feb Gasworks County Jersey Theme!!! Welcome to the University College Cork Hurling Club Home Page. UCC is the most successful, and renowned college hurling team. It has become a famed nursery, that has seen many of the greats, past and present, pass through it's gates.
This site is hoped to act as a guide to all visitors, home or abroad, whether you choose to view the Gallery, or simply read the Panel Profiles.
You are also invited to view and sign the guestbook, to make a comment or just to pass on a message.
Enjoy! Pen Pictures for Fitzgibbon Cup Panel 2000 can be found here
More Photos on the way.

16. GAA Hurling
hurling. The most hurling PREVIEWS Dermot Crowe May 23rd Antrim v Derry, Casement Park, 3.30, P Ahern (Carlow) read on . Clare won
You are here: Home SportsDesk Hurling Today's Date: Wed May 26th 04 Login Email Password Remember me? Help? Newspapers >> National >> Irish Independent Sunday >> Sunday Independent Regional Newspapers >> Anglo Celt Bray People Carlow People Corkman Drogheda Independent Enniscorthy Echo Enniscorthy Guardian Fingal Independent Gorey Echo Gorey Guardian Kerryman Mayo News Meath Chronicle Nenagh Guardian New Ross Echo New Ross Standard Offaly Independent Roscommon Herald Sligo Champion Southern Star The Argus Tuam Herald Westmeath Examiner Westmeath Independent Wexford Echo Wexford People Wicklow People World >> New Zealand Herald London Independent IOL South Africa

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Hurling Whelahan loses race to be fit for clash with Laois
May 26th: OFFALY have suffered a massive blow ahead of Saturday's Leinster SHC clash with Laois, with the news that inspirational defender Brian Whelahan will be confined to a spectator's role for the match in Tullamore.
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Martin Breheny: Good idea ends up as a bloody mess for the GAA
May 26th: WHEN Alan Browne accidentally caught Cork colleague Fergal McCormack across the head with a hurley during the 2000 Munster semi-final clash with Limerick, he could never possibly have imagined that four years on, it would have serious implications for the Leinster hurling championship.

17. Index
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18. Milwaukee Hurling Club: About Hurling
About hurling. hurling evolved as a way to train warriors for battle, and is the oldest Irish sport, actually predating Christianity.
About Hurling
Hurling is the national sport of Ireland, and is played today on many levels all over Ireland as well as in several other countries, including Australia, the United States, and even Japan. Hurling evolved as a way to train warriors for battle, and is the oldest Irish sport, actually pre-dating Christianity. Arguably the fastest field sport in the world, hurling is similar in many ways to field hockey and soccer. Players use a curved ash stick (the hurley or cumman) to hit, pass, pick up, and carry the ball (the sliothar) along the field of play. The average hurley is approximately 36 inches long, and has a long slender handle which widens out at the end to a maximum width of 6 inches. This wider end is called the bas, and this is where the ball is struck by or balanced on the hurley. The sliothar is only 3 inches in diameter and weighs about a quarter of a pound. The sliothar has an outer leather cover with raised seams, which surrounds a cork core, making the ball very hard and somewhat elastic. The sliothar can be carried in the hand for up to four steps, or indefinitely on the end of the hurley. (This is called soloing.) A player can only take the sliothar into their hand twice before they must either pass it or hit it away. The sliothar can be passed by kicking it, hitting it with the hurley, or by passing it with the hand, which is done by hitting the sliothar with an open palm. The sliothar can be struck with the hurley while in the air or on the ground. A player may not pick the sliothar up off the ground with their hands, nor may they throw the sliothar.

BBC Northern Ireland hurling results. Castlemartyr GAA - club history, news, contacts, and team photos. GAA hurling - Introduction to the sport, rules, and a description of the hurling tradition
  • BBC Northern Ireland - Hurling results.
  • Castlemartyr GAA - club history, news, contacts, and team photos.
  • GAA: Hurling - Introduction to the sport, rules, and a description of the hurling tradition, Poc Fada na hÉireann.
  • Gaelic Athletic Association - oversees Gaelic games such as hurling, football, handball, rounders, and camogie.
  • Gaelic Football and Hurling Association of South Australia
  • Gaelsport - offers news and information on Gaelic football, hurling, women's football, and more.
  • - sells hurling equipment and features the sport's history.
  • Hurling - describes the histoy, legends, and rules of this Gaelic sport.
  • Hurling UK
  • HurlingUK - Rules of the game, and information on the hurling scene in the UK.
  • Kilkenny GAA Page - information on hurling and football teams.
  • Milwaukee Hurling Club - contains scores, schedules, and photos.
  • Newport GAA Website - features club history, players, team pictures, results, and match reports.
  • RTÉ Sport: Hurling News - Recent news articles about the sport.
  • - features club history, photos, facts, fixtures, and more.
  • 20. Ballinasloe Hurling Club
    History, officers, wins and county players, club lottery results and photo gallery.
    This is to welcome all comers to the Ballinasloe Hurling Club's website and to say that we are all very proud of the great work our officers and members at all levels are doing to promote our national games. Long may it continue and may their efforts bear fruit and go from strength to strength in the future.
    Chairman's Address

    It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to the Ballinasloe Hurling Club website. Hurling has been played in Ballinasloe since before the Gaelic Athletic Association was founded. Many G.A.A.experts say some of the first meetings before the foundation of the G.A.A. were actually held in Ballinasloe. The Club was founded sometime in the early 1900's and this year, 2001, we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of our first Senior Championship win.
    Alot of effort has been put into underage hurling and regular coaching and skills training is carried out in our local schools almost daily. This is already paying off having captured two under age trophies last year and two more this year. We hope to develop a new club grounds and club house in the next few years in association with the local Gaelic Football club, St. Grellans and the camogie club.
    The future looks very bright for Ballinasloe hurling with a lot of young players coming up through the ranks. We thank you all for your support in the past and hope you will continue to support our club in the future.

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