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  1. Pastimes such as Road bowling, a sport played in Ireland for a long time, could be considered Gaelic games.


  1. In a number of respects the island operates officially as a single entity, for example, in Gaelic games, rugby, and certain other sports.


  1. That baseball is based on English and Gaelic games such as cat, cricket, and rounders is difficult to dispute. (Web site)


  1. 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.

Gaelic Games

  1. County Tipperary has a strong sporting history and is home to the Gaelic Games of Hurling, Gaelic Football, Camogie and Handball.
  2. Along with Camogie, Ladies' Gaelic football, handball and rounders, they make up the national sports of Ireland, collectively known as Gaelic Games. (Web site)
  3. However some high capacity venues are used for baseball, cricket, rugby union, rugby league, Australian rules football, Canadian football, and Gaelic Games.


  1. Culture > Sports > Football > Gaelic Football
  2. World > Countries > Ireland > Camogie
  3. Culture > Sports > Ball Games > Hurling
  4. Culture > Sports > Ball Games > Rounders
  5. Earth > Continents > Australia > Australian Rules Football
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