Monday, April 15, 2024

Jason Keelan: GAA and the World Games

In 1845 a law was introduced in the Canadian city of Quebec, forbidding the playing of this “dangerous sport” in narrow alleyways.

This sport, which was considered a threat to human existence, was hurling. Today, outside of our natural excellence in Ireland, the game of hurling, alongside football and camogie, has found a forever-home in most regions of the world.

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