Irish Home of All Ireland Hall Of Fame Online Gallery   Charlie Gallagher - The Supreme Cavan Marksman This Cavan gael left behind a host of golden football memories in the late 1950s and also throughout the 60s. Born at Cootehill, Co. Cavan, Charlie Gallagher gave many memorable exhibitions in…
  Irish Home of All Ireland Hall Of Fame Online Gallery   Brian Murphy of Cork: The Only Player to Win All Ireland titles in Hurling & Football in Minor; Under21 & Senior   Quietly and most effectively, Brian Murphy of Nemo Rangers and Cork fame, garnered a unique collection of…
Irish Home of All Ireland Hall Of Fame Online Gallery   Micky Kearns of Sligo - Never Played In All Ireland Final But Known All Over Ireland   A legend who never needed All Ireland titles to become famous has to be an extra special talent and greatly admired by football…
Irish Home of All Ireland Hall Of Fame Online Gallery   John Horgan - Cork's Majestic Corner Back As a schoolboy and juvenile hurler, John Horgan playing with his local club Passage West, Co. Cork, had been earmarked by the club, then playing as a progressive senior hurling team, as…
Irish Home of All Ireland Hall Of Fame Online Gallery Jimmy Doyle of Tipperary: A Revelation To Watch In Action In Prime Only a few hurling forwards equate Jimmy Doyle for sheer modesty and hurling charisma. Christy Ring, Eddie Keher and Mick Mackey, are in everyones hall of fame. Jimmy Doyle…
Irish Home of All Ireland Hall Of Fame Online Gallery   Eddie Keher of Kilkenny was An All Star Hurler Chosen On All Great Teams   The scoreboard keeper was always guaranteed a busy afternoon when Eddie Keher was in town to torment defences and his scoring record, particularly in…
Irish Home of All Ireland Hall Of Fame Online Gallery   Jimmy Barry Murphy: Cork's Dual All Star    Playing in the famed blue of his beloved Barr’s club or the rebel Red of his native Cork, Jimmy Barry Murphy tormented club and inter-county defenders driving over and under the…
Irish Home of All Ireland Hall Of Fame Online Gallery   Jack Lynch, Cork: Only G.A.A. Player To Win 6 All Ireland Senior Medals In a Row   In Cork he was known as ‘The Real Taoiseach’ but it was as a hurler he was most revered in his native…
Irish Home of All Ireland Hall Of Fame Online Gallery It is impossible to discuss hurling legends and omit the legendary Mick Mackey of Limerick     The 1930s hurling era truly belonged to the hurlers from Shannonside as Munster and All Ireland titles and National League successes flowed gently along.…
Irish Home of All Ireland Hall Of Fame Online Gallery Christy Ring of Cork hurling fame was born on 30th October 1920 and died on 2nd March 1979.   Ring Played Without Back Doors Since the emergence of two famous Kilkenny hurlers (both forwards) in the modern decades, D.J. Carey…
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