1936 All Ireland Hurling Champions Limerick En route to America


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Extremely rare photograph of the 1936 Limerick Hurlers as they embarked on a tour of the USA after winning the All Ireland.
This photo was taken on board a transatlantic liner shows a very happy group setting sail for America where they would be feted as was customary for reigning All Ireland champions.

53cm x 65cm   Castleconnell Co Limerick

In 1936, the Limerick GAA hurlers took on a New York team at Yankee Stadium.

British Pathe has shared this amazing footage of the Limerick GAA hurling team taking on the New York-based hurling team on the hallowed grounds of Yankee Stadium in 1936.

The historic footage, which unfortunately does not include sound, features the Limerick hurling team posing as a group on the pitch, as well as longshots of the match and the crowds in the grandstands.British Pathe noted that M. Mackey and T. Ryan scored for Limerick, and the final score was 16 points to 9 points, with Limerick as the victors.


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Weight 5.5 kg
Dimensions 75 × 90 × 10 cm
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