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- Pastimes such as Road bowling, a sport played in Ireland for a long time, could be considered Gaelic games.
- In a number of respects the island operates officially as a single entity, for example, in Gaelic games, rugby, and certain other sports.
- That baseball is based on English and Gaelic games such as cat, cricket, and rounders is difficult to dispute.
- The Gaelic Games of hurling and football are also the most popular spectator sports in Ireland; 1,962,769 people attended GAA games in 2003.
- County Tipperary has a strong sporting history and is home to the Gaelic Games of Hurling, Gaelic Football, Camogie and Handball.
- Along with Camogie, Ladies' Gaelic football, handball and rounders, they make up the national sports of Ireland, collectively known as Gaelic Games.
- However some high capacity venues are used for baseball, cricket, rugby union, rugby league, Australian rules football, Canadian football, and Gaelic Games.
- Culture > Sports > Football > Gaelic Football
- World > Countries > Ireland > Camogie
- Culture > Sports > Ball Games > Hurling
- Culture > Sports > Ball Games > Rounders
- Earth > Continents > Australia > Australian Rules Football
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