Every Sunday, between March & September, this football show discusses highlights, shares analysis and discussion of Irish GAA football and hurling which culminates in the All Ireland Football and Hurling Finals.
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Every Sunday, between March & September, this football show discusses highlights, shares analysis and discussion of Irish GAA football and hurling which culminates in the All Ireland Football and Hurling Finals.

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The Sunday Game
5 April 2006 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

This is on-going. Its a weekly sports show during the football and hurling season. It has been presented by the same pundits for a long time now. It is always filled with the trills and spills of gaelic football and the speed of hurling. If you haven't seen hurling, it is like lacrosse, hockey and stick fighting and has been around for about 600 years. It is probably the fastest team sport in the world, a lot faster than hockey, with the sliotar(ball) traveling at speeds in excess of 120mph. If you ever get the chance to watch a game. Don't hesitate. The best teams are probably Kilkenny, Cork and Galway and if you can get to see the two of them playing each other it is usually a hum-dinger of a game. Enjoy and Gaillamh Abu.


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