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[ # ] 2008 Hurling League Fixtures
December 10th, 2007

Finally got round to entering the list of fixtures for the 2008 National Hurling League (and they’re in English as opposed to the Irish in the official lists). It all starts on 10th February and 5 rounds later the league stages wrap up on March 23rd and from there it’s into the knockout stages.

One very unusual team entered, South Down, in Division 4. What’s the story here? Haven’t heard much about this. Why would an average Division 2 outfit, as Down are, produce a regional offshoot. If anyone was doing that it should be Dublin, to try allow for the huge population.

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[ # 4994 ] Comment from James Lane [April 29, 2008, 7:22 pm]

I will be visiting the Dublin area May 28 - June 2 -2008 and would like to watch a hurling game. Could you please let me know of any games being played in the area- will drive 2-3 hours. Coming from Canada and this would be the highlite of my sons trip. Thanks in Advance

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