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Google 9/22/2018 12:39:42 PM

AFLW: 'Crosscoders' out to win rookie contract - AFL.com.au


AFL.com.au

AFLW: 'Crosscoders' out to win rookie contract
AFL.com.au
Eight of the women are Gaelic footballers, with other sporting backgrounds including gridiron, rugby union, netball and even camogie, the female version of the Irish sport of hurling. Some have played and learned Australian Football overseas, including ...

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Google 9/19/2018 6:03:56 AM

Numbers speak volumes – Ireland - Infosurhoy


Numbers speak volumes – Ireland
Infosurhoy
Invisibility has been one problem for women playing sport in Ireland. Condescension has been another. In this respect there was something very encouraging about the general consensus that last week's camogie final was a pretty awful match. It was being ...

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Google 9/17/2018 5:29:00 AM

Numbers speak volumes - Independent.ie


Independent.ie

Numbers speak volumes
Independent.ie
Camogie, and its attendances, still suffer from the fact that its rules, in particular the clamp-down on physical contact, encourage the idea that it's a severely attenuated version of hurling. Ladies football, on the other hand, is recognisably the ...

Google 9/16/2018 5:40:10 PM

Limerick hoping to end another JFC title famine - Irish Examiner


Irish Examiner

Limerick hoping to end another JFC title famine
Irish Examiner
Two of Limerick's 2010 winners — the Giltenane sisters — appeared in the female version of the show back in 2006, and Olivia and Martina are among five players who are still involved with the Shannonsiders, along with Caitriona Davis, Siobhan Moloney ...

Google 9/15/2018 3:45:45 AM

Legacy of Rebel royalty inspires new-look Cork to make their own history - Independent.ie


Independent.ie

Legacy of Rebel royalty inspires new-look Cork to make their own history
Independent.ie
That popular young women's catchphrase even has its own hashtag (#WWBD) that is jokingly used to summon up some fearlessness and empowerment in the face of obstacles. Cork footballer Roisín Phelan has a delightful variation on it. Her guiding football ...

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Google 9/15/2018 1:35:34 AM

EIMEAR RYAN: One hurler's achievement becomes another's aspiration - Irish Examiner


Irish Examiner

EIMEAR RYAN: One hurler's achievement becomes another's aspiration
Irish Examiner
Watching hurling makes people want to go play it, to emulate the players they see onscreen. Sport spreads like a benevolent ... My friends and I practised relentlessly until we could do it, or at least a version of it; not so different, in a way, to ...

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Google 8/24/2018 11:43:34 PM

Making The Game: 'I basically did a Masters in hurling' - RTE.ie


RTE.ie

Making The Game: 'I basically did a Masters in hurling'
RTE.ie
Our version of the stick and ball game is unique to us and it's part of our identity. You realise you're dealing ... to be a fascinating character. Nelson confesses that he mistakenly assumed that camogie was a separate game in the early stages of the ...

Google 8/18/2018 8:09:18 PM

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