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Uploaded on Mar 27, 2010

Third part of a history of camogie, the fastest field sport in the world played by women covers the history of the All Ireland championship from 1964 to 2009. The sport is played by 100,000 participants and is the female equivalent of the Irish sport of hurling. It is compiled from a slide show presented at "Heroines With Hurls", a Camogie History Evening in the GAA Museum, January 25 2010.

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