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Clarinbridge club secretary Damien McGrath thrilled with All-Ireland victory
There is no game on earth to compare with hurling, for speed, skill, artistry, movement, and athleticism. Fitness also plays a big part in the game. The Galway teams who played in the 1923 and 1924 finals spent an incredible almost 13 weeks together in Rockfield House, between Craughwell and Athenry. There, they lived like Trappist monks with a 6am reveille sounded by team manager and county board chairman, Tom Kenny, who arrived each dawn in his pony and trap from Craughwell. Out of bed and into a cold bath was the order of the day, and the first exercise was followed by a drink of cold water laced with ‘health salts’ before a solid hour’s toning up physical exercises supervised by trainer Jack Berry. Breakfast of the plainest food, with brown bread the major ingredient, followed at 10am. After an hour’s rest, the team and substitutes played and practised hurling with the free-takers perfecting their art with countless shots at goal from all distances and angles.
An award-winning city film-maker is receiving daily threats on his life, believed to be coming from people who fear their crimes will be exposed in his new film.
Some 300 local businesses, independent investors, and students have come on board to support the Galway based film Blood, Sweat and Wars. However the movie still needs €85,000 to be completed.
THE PRODUCERS of Blood, Sweat, and Wars will hold a nationwide competition to find a new act to feature on the film soundtrack.
IF YOU get into the ring with Mike Tyson on a regular basis for a pummelling, people will generally consider you either very brave, very stupid, or both.