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Tipp Hurling Poem

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Long will they speak about the men of sixteen

The likes of whom never before was seen.

Above in Croke Park,first sunday in September

A hurling display for all to remember.

 

A brave and gallant exhibition they gave,

The cats were drowned in a blue and gold wave

Fearless and ferocious, the conclusion foregone

Their memory eternal, around slievenamon.

 

by Patrick Morgan

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