Waterford played Kilkenny in the 1959 All-Ireland Hurling final, beating them in a replay.
Henry Shefflin (Kilkenny), Christy Ring (Cork) and John Doyle (Tipperary) are the only players to have won 8 all ireland medals on the field of play.
Kilkenny beat Cork and Waterford beat Tipperary to win their semi-finals and will play each other in the final on Sunday, September 7th, 2008.
Evert county in Ireland plays Hurling, so yes Co. Down does play Hurling.
You have to be from, or at least live in Kilkenny, and be good enough of a player to be selected to play for Kilkenny. To do that you have to practice very hard.
Women and girls of all ages play a slight variation of Hurling called Camogie.
As of the end of 2014, the last time a Munster team did not play in the All-Ireland Hurling Final was in 2012 when Kilkenny beat Galway. As of the end of 2014, the last time a Munster team did not play in the All-Ireland Football Final was in 2013 when Dublin beat Mayo.
All 32 counties in Ireland play Hurling. Teams for London and New York also participate in All-Ireland competitions.
No he doesn't.
There would be a little Hurling but Gaelic Football is the main sport played in county Monaghan.
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Minor Hurling is under 18 years of age. Most players are in the range of 15 to 17. There are other underage categories which some will play in.
Yes, anyone can play hurling, just like anyone can play any sport. It is an amateur sport, so anyone can participate in it. In Ireland hurling is one of the national sports, so children start playing it and many continue to do so as they grow up and play for their schools or local clubs and if they are really good they may end playing for their county.
camogie and hurling they are the same sport and played in the same way but camogie is for girls and hurling is for boys
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Many people just play in their gardens. In many urban and residential areas there are green spaces where people play themselves. Some parks have pitches designated for various sports, including ones where Hurling could be played. Many urban areas have GAA clubs and Hurling can be played there too. So there are lots of options.
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