A Gaelic Football or Hurling Match (Ireland). 'It depends on whether you’re in a football or hurling stronghold (some, like County Cork, are both) but attending a match of the county’s chosen sport is not just a unique Irish experience but also a key to unlocking local passions and understanding one of the cultural  pillars of Ireland.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/ireland

A Gaelic Football or Hurling Match (Ireland). 'It depends on whether you’re in a football or hurling stronghold (some, like County Cork, are both)

Gaelic Football: Ireland’s Most Popular Sport

Know the field, know the defense in hurling! Tips on being a defender in the ancient Irish field sport.

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Croke Park Stadium. Ireland.  I would love to watch some Gaelic Football. (:

Theatre of History: Croke Park The Director General of the GAA, Paraic Duffy, has warned clubs across the country to avoid p.

88. GAA Medal. This gold medal was presented to a Limerick player, P.J. Corbett, after the first all-Ireland Gaelic football championship in 1887. Three years earlier, on November 1st 1884, at Hayes’s Hotel in Thurles, Michael Cusack convened the first meeting of the “Gaelic Athletic Association for the Preservation and Cultivation of National Pastimes”.

88. GAA Medal. This gold medal was presented to a Limerick player, P.J. Corbett, after the first all-Ireland Gaelic football championship in 1887. Three years earlier, on November 1st 1884, at Hayes’s Hotel in Thurles, Michael Cusack convened the first meeting of the “Gaelic Athletic Association for the Preservation and Cultivation of National Pastimes”.

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2012 All Ireland Gaelic Football champions, Donegal.

Donegal won their second All-Ireland Football Championship 2012 Donegal - Mayo Played at Croke Park.Donegal's Neil Gallagher lifts the Sam Maguire in front of Hill 16

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Gaelic football and an update

During my high school years, I played Gaelic Football and was captain my senior year. Most people don't even know what Gaelic Football is, which might even make it that much more important to me. High School wouldn't have been the same without practices everyday after school, the games on the weekends, or the people I met through the sport.

part of my Irish identity, although I prefer British sports, i grew up playing gaelic and was excited when Armagh (my county) won the All-Ireland


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