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Best thing you can do ! pp: As I learned when I was left with a round bruise on my hip last year from one of the boys in school training hurts like a *bleep*. Irish Memes, Irish Quotes, Team Quotes, Sport Quotes, Football Quotes, Sports Page, Erin Go Bragh, School Sports, Sports Stars

KEEP CALM AND TAKE IT OUT ON A SLIOTAR

KEEP CALM AND TAKE IT OUT ON A SLIOTAR. Another original poster design created with the Keep Calm-o-matic. Buy this design or create your own original Keep Calm design now.

Cork v Clare - GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Final - what an epic game! Epic Games, Best Games, Irish Step Dancing, Irish Eyes Are Smiling, Sports Stars, My Favorite Image, Football Soccer, Competition, Sports

Sportsfile - Cork v Clare - GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Final - 791255

8 September 2013; Patrick O'Connor, Clare, in action against Séamus Harnedy, Cork. GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Final, Cork v Clare, Croke Park, Dublin. Picture credit: Barry Cregg / SPORTSFILE

Beautiful silver necklaces and pendants inspired by ancient Celtic art and jewellery. Tree Of Life Necklace, Tree Of Life Pendant, National Games, Irish Culture, Celtic Tree Of Life, World Of Sports, Hurley, Silver Necklaces, Jewelry Accessories

Silver Hurley Necklace

This silver pendant is based on the Irish hurley. Ireland's national game, hurling is arguably the fastest field sport in the world and quite possibly the oldest. It is played with sticks called hurleys, a ball known as a sliotar, and by two teams of 15 who play on a large pitch with goals at either end. The most famous early account of hurling is found in the Tain Bo Cuailgne, which describes the exploits of the Ulster hero Cú Chullainn. Hurling is mentioned a number of times in the text…

Sportsfile - Cork v Clare - GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Final Replay - 797734 Croke Park, Funny Man, Ireland Vacation, O Donnell, Picture Credit, My Favorite Image, Replay, Man Humor

Sportsfile - Cork v Clare - GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Final Replay - 797734

28 September 2013; Clare's Brendan Bugler, left, and Shane O'Donnell, who scored three goals in the first half, celebrate after the game. GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Final Replay, Cork v Clare, Croke Park, Dublin. Picture credit: David Maher / SPORTSFILE

All-Ireland Hurling Championship Clare V Limerick Croke Park, Hurley, Murals, Ireland, Irish, Daddy, Posters, Graphics, Paintings

All-Ireland Hurling Championship 2013: Clare V Limerick

Clare and Cork will renew their battle on Saturday 28 September. All Ireland Hurling final Croke Park, County Clare, Sports Stars, Dream Life, Finals, Cork, Ireland, Battle, September

Clare and Cork will renew their battle on Saturday 28 September. All Ireland Hurling final

American Hurling Co. - Your local Irish hurley maker :: Hand-crafted quality hurling sticks Football Equipment, Hurley, Sticks, Celtic, North America, Ash, Ireland, Holidays, American

American Hurling : North America's Gaelic Sports Headquarters

Based out of Greenville, South Carolina, American Hurling aims to bring the highest quality hurling, camogie, and gaelic football equipment to the North American market. We offer lightning fast shipping and competitive prices on a wide range of products from the best brands in the industry.

Davy Fitzgerald says he was severely bullied as a child Irish News, County Clare, Bullying, Drugs, Physics, Ireland, Encouragement, Author, Goals

[Article from Ireland] Goals, Bullying & Alcohol Clare hurling manager Davy Fitzgerald has opened up about how he was severely bullied when he was a child. The All-Ireland winning manager – who addressed hundreds of students at a mental and physical health seminar at Limerick Institute of Technology today – encouraged them to have dreams and goals and to avoid the pitfalls of alcohol and drugs.