Geometry.Net - the online learning center
Home  - Sports - Hurling Bookstore
Page 2     21-40 of 99    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | Next 20
A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

         Hurling:     more books (100)
  1. Three Kings - Cork Kilkenny Tipperary: The Battle for Hurling Supremacy by Ralph Riegel, 2008-08-11
  2. Munster Hurling Legends: Seven Decades of the Greatest Teams, Players and Games by Eamonn Sweeney, 2003-11-11
  3. 2010s in Northern Ireland: 2010 in Northern Ireland, 2009-10 Ifa Premiership, All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship 2010
  4. GAA: The Glory Years: Hurling and Football 1991-2005 by Ronnie Bellew, 2006-05-01
  5. Over 50 Years of Clare Hurling Teams (1949-2001): Pa Howard's Collection by Patrick Howard, 2002-09-27
  6. 1926 in Ireland: 1926 in Gaelic Games, 1926 in Northern Ireland, Ballylinan Gaa, Ballinderry Shamrocks Gac, National Hurling League
  7. The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Gaelic Football and Hurling by Martin Breheny, Donal Keenan, 2001-12
  8. GAA Quiz Book: Over 2,000 Gaelic Football And Hurling Questions by Christy O'Connor, 2007-10-01
  9. The Championship 2003: Football and Hurling the complete record by Brian Carthy, 2003
  10. The Blues. A History Of St. Finbarr's National Hurling And Football Club by Sean Beecher, 1984-01-01
  11. The Greatest Hurling Decade by Nicholas Furlong, 1998-10
  12. Classic Munster Hurling Finals by Seamus J. King, 2007-01
  13. Cork's Hurling Story by Time Horgan, 2011-01-28
  14. Around the Square: The Story of Ennis Hurling by Ollie Byrnes, 2003-10-07

21. Urban Dictionary: Hurling
thirty blokes trying to kill each other with sticks. brilliant to watch but you've got to be irish to want to join in.

22. The Camogie Association | Rule Differences Between Camogie & Hurling
Explanation of how camogie differs from hurling and the rules of the game.

23. - Home Page
THE SUNDAY GAME LIVE When Sunday 08 August 1.15pm Where RT Two and RT .ie Online Live (Ireland only) Live All-Ireland Senior and Minor hurling semi-finals as Kilkenny
Monday, 01 November 2010
  • Home Media
    No Content
    23 August 2010 Due to family member illness there will be no new content added to Hurlingworld probably for the next two weeks at least or any new issues of our newsletter Hurling News.
    Main News
    prev next
    No Content
    Due to family member illness there will be no new content added to Hurlingworld probably for the nex... Read more
    Cork Team
    Cork make three changes Shane O'Neill, Sean Og O hAilpin and Patrick Horgan return to the Co... Read more
    Kilkenny Team
    The Kilkenny Senior team shows two changes from the side selected to play Galway in the Leinster F... Read more
    Joe Deane
    "I have been known to have a flutter on sporting events in the past but I can honestly say hand ... Read more
    Rebels Cats Rivalry
    Rebels Cats Rivalry Cork v Kilkenny is one of the oldest and most famous... Read more
    Tony Honoured
    Tony Browne One of hurling’s brightest stars over the last two decades Waterford's Tony Brown... Read more
    07.08.10 (SAT) GAA Hurling All Ireland Minor B Championship 2010 Quarter Final ROSCOMMON V AR...

24. Setanta Hurls - Hurls Souvenirs And Accessories
Belfast company selling ash wood hurls, hurling souvenirs and accessories.

25. Hurling And Gaelic Football
s of both games, including a list of past champions.......
home deutsche version
football in: [ germany africa asia internet ... archives
The Summer Alternative from Ireland:
Gaelic Games: Hurling and Gaelic Football
gaelic football hurling links Have you ever wondered how football (soccer) would look like without offside?
Then try to watch the spectacular Gaelic games Hurling and Gaelic Football which set their highlights just when football (soccer) takes its time out: in the European summer. Although the two sports are also played in clubs, the highlight is the yearly All Ireland Championships for the 33 county selections.
Ireland is divided in 4 provinces Connacht, Leinster, Munster, and Ulster (which is Northern Ireland). Those are divided again into an unequal number of counties (Connacht 6, Leinster 12 (incl. Dublin), Munster 6, Ulster 9).
First the provinces determine their champions, then those play off the All Ireland Championship.
Those county rivalries are also a journey into the past for football fans, as passion more than money characterizes the games. Both sports are said to be very old, the championships in today's form more than 100 years.

26. Den Haag GAA Club
Football and hurling. News, schedule, results, and pictures.

27. YouTube - Hurling - The Fastest Game On Grass
hurling combines the skills of baseball, hockey, and lacrosse in one high speed, high scoring, high octane sport that will blow you away. It's taking off in North America. Try it!

28. Shamrocks Hurling And Football Club
History, news, fixtures, and pictures.

29. Céad Míle Fáilte Go
Official Sponsors of the GAA Football AllIreland Senior Championship. Official Sponsors of the GAA hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship

30. Dromina GAA Hurling Club
News, results, history, and pictures.
Free Web Hosting Provider Web Hosting E-commerce High Speed Internet ... Free Web Page Search the Web
Welcome! Close Would you like to make this site your homepage? It's fast and easy... Yes, Please make this my home page! No Thanks Don't show this to me again. Close Home Page Home News Results Links ... Message Board This site has recently been reviewed by Doras. The developers of this site would appreciate if you would provide feedback on how these pages may be improved in appearance OR content. Thank you very much. Welcome to the Dromina GAA Hurling Club homepage created to promote the club and give Dromina GAA a presence on the World Wide Web. It provides people from home and abroad with the opportunity to get in touch with what is happening in the Dromina GAA scene easily and quickly over the Internet. Although this site is still under construction, we hope you find it both interesting and informative. It is updated weekly with news from the club. If you feel you have anything else to contribute or have comments on how the site may be improved then please eMail us. If you are a first time visitor, please be sure to sign the guestbook.

31. Hurling | Define Hurling At
–noun 1. the act of throwing or casting, esp. with great force or strength. 2. a traditionally Irish game played by two teams of 15 players each on a rectangular field 140

32. Home
Traditional English sport from the county of Somerset. Includes history and rules.

33. Barley House Wolves: NH's First Hurling Team
Written by Administrator Monday, 03 May 2010 1823 Join the Barley House Wolves for our season opener against the Portland hurling Club at 2 p.m. on May 8, 2010 at CenterPoint

Barley House Wolves: NH's First Hurling Team Season Opener Written by Administrator Monday, 03 May 2010 18:23 Join the Barley House Wolves for our season opener against the Portland Hurling Club at 2 p.m. on May 8, 2010 at CenterPoint Church Field in Concord, NH. Admission is free! Come at noon for our early match against the Worcester Hurling Club. See you there! 2010 BHW Schedule Written by Administrator Monday, 01 March 2010 18:48 Want to see the Barley House Wolves in action? New to hurling? Check out our schedule and come watch us play! Read more... Youth Program Written by Administrator Monday, 01 March 2010 18:46 The Barley House Wolves Youth Program The Barley House Wolves initiated a youth program in 2009. Our goal for the first year was to introduce the sport to young athletes in the area. We do this through some basic skills drills and teaching the rules and object of the game. As we progress over the next year we will increase the number of youths exposed to Hurling and concurrently increase the level of skill and introduce small scale competition. The Wolves are proponents of the GO! Games philosophy and are using the First Touch, Quick Touch and Smart Touch method. Read more...

34. Ireland Jersies - Home
Irish football and hurling jersies.

Contact Us
Your basket is EMPTY! Welcome to Ireland Jersies!! The Ireland Jersies 100% Irish company was established way back in 1980, as was our sister company Sports Locker. Ireland Jersies specialises in the supply of G.A.A. Irish Inter county club jerseys, For all the 32 irish counties. All our jerseys are made by the official manufacturer for the respective county. We're a family run company based in Dunboyne Co. Meath. Our objective for the Ireland jersies company is to always supply what the customer requires and at a competitive cost. Our business is built on our reputation of customer satisfaction. - Mc Donnell family

35. Hurling - Definition And More From The Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary
Definition of word from the MerriamWebster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.

36. Hurling
hurling () is an outdoor team sport of ancient Gaelic origin, administered by the Gaelic Athletic Association, and played with sticks called hurleys and a ball called a sliotar.

37. Hurling Club Argentina
Sitio oficial de este club irland s de rugby.

38. Gaelic Football & Hurling Association Of Australasia
hurling. Unlike Gaelic football which in Australasia is played by a majority of locally born men and women, hurling is viewed by locals as not being a game they are
  • Home News Regional Clubs Championships
    Unlike Gaelic football which in Australasia is played by a majority of locally born men and women, hurling is viewed by locals as not being a game they are particularly interested in playing. After saying this, Australians and Kiwis are fascinated by the spectacle of the game and are great at supporting from the sideline. As a result hurling is played only in Sydney, Perth, Auckland and Melbourne mostly by Irish people who are either residents or ex-pats. Following on from State leagues in these venues teams from New South Wales, Western Australia and Victoria in recent years have played each other for the title of Australasian Champions. Hurling is a game similar to hockey, in that it is played with a small ball and a curved wooden stick. It is Europe's oldest field game. When the Celts came to Ireland as the last ice age was receding, they brought with them a unique culture, their own language, music, script and unique pastimes. One of these pastimes was a game now called hurling. It features in Irish folklore to illustrate the deeds of heroic mystical figures and it is chronicled as a distinct Irish pastime for at least 2,000 years. The stick, or "hurley" (called camán in Irish) is curved outwards at the end, to provide the striking surface. The ball or "sliothar" is similar in size to a hockey ball but has raised ridges.

39. Gaelic Football & Hurling Association Of South Australia
Official website of Gaelic Football and hurling in South Australia. Has news, results and photos.
  • About supported by Vicki Hanna Welcome to the GFHASA home page. Gaelic Football is played by men and women of all ages, and the State League and 7-a-side competitions are played over summer between October and March. All matches are played at St Marys Park , St Marys. 26 October 2010: Round 2 of the GFHASA State League has been completed! The results for round 2 were: Mens
    Na Fianna defeated Port Districts
    Western Ireland defeated Mitcham Hawks
    Onkas defeated St Brendans
    Flinders O'Neills defeated Irish Australians
    Men's State League Ladder

    Na Fianna defeated Western Ireland
    Onkas defeated Irish Rovers
    Irish Blues defeated Flinders O'Neills
    Women's State League Ladder
    To see the full results for Round 2, and to see Round 3's matches, check the schedule 21 October 2010: Check back soon for a full review of South Australia's efforts in the 2010 Australasian Gaelic Football Championships in Auckland! But special mention must go to Matt Whitford from the SA men’s team who won the prestigious “Player of the Tournament” award! Unfortunately Matt tragically broke his ankle in the dying minutes of the men’s last minor round game. To read more about Matt’s achievements, click here for an article written by the Messenger Newspaper . Matt plays Gaelic Football for the Onkaparinga men's team. Also special mention to the below players who were selected in the All Australian Team for their particular codes:

40. Hurling | Multicultural Games | Germantown Academy
by Whitney and Whitney Germantown Academy 6th grade 1997 by Mike, Bryan, Mark, Sam Germantown Academy 6th grade 1996
Multicultural Games by Whitney and Whitney Germantown Academy 6th grade by Mike, Bryan, Mark, Sam Germantown Academy 6th grade State the name of your game and why you chose it. 1996: We chose hurling because it was a foreign sport we never heard of and it sounded interesting We chose hurling because of its interesting name. List the countries where it is played and its origin. It was played in the pre-Christian times. It originated in Ireland but has been taken to London, New York, Boston and other cities with strong Irish communities. Describe how your game is played. State the object of the game. Clearly describe the rules.
  • There are 15 players on each team, including a goalie and three substitutes. Players will move the ball (sliotar) down the field using their stick (hurley), kicking it or hitting it with their hands. To get a point you must pass the ball over the crossbar, or the "H" shaped goal. To get a goal you must hit it under the crossbar. Points are worth 1 point and goals are worth 3. You can kick the ball or catch the ball with your hand. You can't hit, trip or use any other harmful contact or a penalty occurs - a foul is called and the other team gets a free shot from the 21 yard line.

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

Page 2     21-40 of 99    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | Next 20

free hit counter