Camden Street, Dublin 2
Lucy Moylan writes:
Still going strong…
Above: Camogie Poc Fada Ulster Champion Catherine McGourty (pic: Herald)
Anne Marie writes:
So the four men who won the GAA’s regional hurling Poc Fada were given a ski trip by Topflight. In fact the ski trip they won is the Topflight Today FM Annual Ski Trip.
Four women who won the camogie Poc Fada got a medal.
The Poc Fada final is on this Saturday so we’ve a campaign targeting Topflight’s MD Tony Collins asking him to offer the same prize to the women.
All people have to do is add their name.
Episode two of a three-part series, Now We’re Hurling, by Dublin Community Television which follows Kilkenny MC and hurling enthusiast Captain Moonlight around Dublin as he investigates the rise in interest and quality in both hurling and hip hop in the capital.
John Breslin, from DCTV, writes:
Would be lovely to get more eyes on this if ye fancy having a look at it. Some great insights on the beautiful game, an intercounty hurler being put through his paces in Ballymun, some quality raps and an ad that takes the form of a silent movie made by Crumlin GAA members.
Episode three will be uploaded here today
Watch episode one here
Further to last month’s GAA football incident in Times Square, New York.
Chris Doyle writes:
“Quite a bizarre video. I suppose it shows what it is like to drive a supercar with people gawking at you.Even more bizarre at (4.22) is the two lads playing hurling on Times Square…”
A friend in NZ sent me this today, the Christchurch press sports section describing hurling.
Thanks Cormac McCann