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The Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) is the governing body of the sport of hurling. For official match size sliotars (size 5 - men's), the circumference (measurement around) must be between 23-25 cm and weigh between 110-120 grams. The ribs, or outer seams must measure between 2.2-2.4 mm. The Camogie sliotar (size 4) is regulated in a similar way, with slightly smaller measurements in circumference, mass, and rib height.

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For a standard pitch the range or sizes are:

Length: 130 metres minimum to 145 metres maximum.

Width: 80 metres minimum to 90 metres maximum.

For a standard pitch the range or sizes are:

Length: 130 metres minimum to 145 metres maximum.

Width: 80 metres minimum to 90 metres maximum.

For a standard pitch the range or sizes are:

Length: 130 metres minimum to 145 metres maximum.

Width: 80 metres minimum to 90 metres maximum.

For a standard pitch the range or sizes are:

Length: 130 metres minimum to 145 metres maximum.

Width: 80 metres minimum to 90 metres maximum.

For a standard pitch the range or sizes are:

Length: 130 metres minimum to 145 metres maximum.

Width: 80 metres minimum to 90 metres maximum.

For a standard pitch the range or sizes are:

Length: 130 metres minimum to 145 metres maximum.

Width: 80 metres minimum to 90 metres maximum.

For a standard pitch the range or sizes are:

Length: 130 metres minimum to 145 metres maximum.

Width: 80 metres minimum to 90 metres maximum.

For a standard pitch the range or sizes are:

Length: 130 metres minimum to 145 metres maximum.

Width: 80 metres minimum to 90 metres maximum.

For a standard pitch the range or sizes are:

Length: 130 metres minimum to 145 metres maximum.

Width: 80 metres minimum to 90 metres maximum.

For a standard pitch the range or sizes are:

Length: 130 metres minimum to 145 metres maximum.

Width: 80 metres minimum to 90 metres maximum.

For a standard pitch the range or sizes are:

Length: 130 metres minimum to 145 metres maximum.

Width: 80 metres minimum to 90 metres maximum.

The diameter is between 69mm and 72mm (not including the rib). The mass is between 110g and 120g. The rib height is between 2mm and 2.8mm, and width between 3.6mm and 5.4mm. The leather cover is between 1.8mm and 2.7mm and is laminated with a coating of not more than 0.15mm

The circumference is meant to be between 23 and 25 centimetres or between 9 and 10 inches. Typically they weigh between 110 grammes and 120 grammes.

Hurling is played on a pitch approximately 137 metres long (449.5 feet) and 82 metres wide (269 feet).

The goals are formed by two posts, which are usually set 21 feet (6.4 metres) apart, and connected 8 feet above the ground by a crossbar.

For a standard pitch the range or sizes are:

Length: 130 metres minimum to 145 metres maximum.

Width: 80 metres minimum to 90 metres maximum.

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