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“Some people say hurling isn’t very important in the scheme of things. But to hurling people hurling is the scheme of things. County Clare, Irish Culture, Some People Say, My Escape, World Of Sports, I Work Out, Hurley, Best Games, Wise Words

“Some people say hurling isn’t very important in the scheme of things. But to hurling people hurling is the scheme of things.” – Ger Loughnane (Clare Hurling Manager)

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…

“I love Cork so much that if I caught one of their hurlers in bed with my missus, I’d tiptoe downstairs and make him a cup of tea. Places In England, Irish Culture, Man Humor, Lynch, Ireland, Funny Man, Actors, Tea, Hurley

“I love Cork so much that if I caught one of their hurlers in bed with my missus, I’d tiptoe downstairs and make him a cup of tea.” – Joe Lynch (Actor)

Micheál Ó Muircheartaigh – “Sean Óg Ó Hailpín….his father’s from Fermanagh, his mother’s from Fiji, neither a hurling stronghold. Irish Culture, Fiji, Insight, Ireland, Father, My Love, Funny Things, Ash, Quotes

Micheál Ó Muircheartaigh – “Sean Óg Ó Hailpín….his father’s from Fermanagh, his mother’s from Fiji, neither a hurling stronghold.”

“The first half was even, the second half was even worse. Sports Personality, Funny Things, Grass, Ireland, Two By Two, Football, Graphics, Bar, Quotes

“The first half was even, the second half was even worse.” – Pat Spillane (Kerry Footballer / Sports Personality)

Tommy McElroy floats above the grass and into the mist while closely shadowed by Shaun McGarvey. Croke Park, Sport Photography, Donegal, Dream Life, Grass, Ireland, January, Football, Fitness

January 2013 | Fermanagh (2-15) V Donegal (2-07) in Dr. McKenna Cup. Senior Men GAA Football.

Tommy McElroy floats above the grass and into the mist while closely shadowed by Shaun McGarvey. DP04

“And it looks like there’s a bit of a schemozzle in the parallellogram” – Mícheál O’Hehir (Sports Commentator) Irish Art, Literature, History, Funny, Quotes, Sports, T Shirt, Movie Posters, Literatura

“And it looks like there’s a bit of a schemozzle in the parallellogram” – Mícheál O’Hehir (Sports Commentator)

Martin McGrath feels the studs of Brian Meade in an unseen foul by the Meath player after Martin was initially brought down previously. Sport Photography, Nfl, Football, Baseball Cards, Sports, Soccer, Hs Sports, Futbol, American Football

April 2013 | Meath (2-12) V Fermanagh (0-14) in Allianz NFL Divison 3 GAA Football League.

Martin McGrath feels the studs of Brian Meade in an unseen foul by the Meath player after Martin was initially brought down previously. DP13