1921 Leinster Senior Hurling Champioship
This is Michael Collins talking to Kilkenny hurlers before the 1921 Senior Hurling Championship match against Dublin at Croke Park. Dublin beat Kilkenny 4-4 to 1-5 in front of 17,000 spectators. Michael Collins threw in the ball to start the game. The Irish Independent (Monday, 12 September 1921) reported that: "Mr. Frank Walsh, the American representative, asked during the game what he thought of it remarked naively: "It is too fast to follow". This was a fitting description of the first…
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Did you know that Ireland has its own sports? Paul Flynn, pictured above, plays Gaelic Football (a sort of hybrid between football and rugby) for Co. Dublin. Every year the All-Ireland final is played in Dublin's famous Croke Park stadium, another historic landmark in this great city!