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The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Gaelic Football & Hurling is a comprehensive, single-volume work on two of Ireland's most popular sports. They combine skill, athleticism and courage in a wonderfully exciting mix, arousing passions throughout the country and great rivalries between not just county teams, but the teams of each parish too. The GAA is the governing body and is based at Croke Park which hosts the finals of the All-Ireland Championships in both games each September. This book gives one of the best overviews of the two sports, explaining the rules, the development of each and looking at the players and managers who have made the sports the successes they are today. With thrilling descriptions of the great matches and accounts of all the key moments, The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Gaelic Football & Hurling contains everything of importance on Ireland's two greatest national sports.
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Martin Breheny is one of the leading journalistic authorities on Gaelic Games. Former Gaelic Games correspondent for the Sunday Press, he now writes for Ireland on Sunday and is also well known as a GAA author, having written three books over the last four years and he is a regular broadcaster as well. Donal Keenan comes from a famous GAA family. His father won All-Ireland medals with Roscommon and went on to become President of the GAA in the 1970s. Donal has been writing on Gaelic games for over 20 years, first with the Irish Independent, later with the Sunday Times and currently with Ireland on Sunday.
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Book Description Carlton Books Ltd, 2001. Hardcover. Condition: New. Brand New!. Seller Inventory # VIB1842223364
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # STR-1842223364