Clare Senior Hurling Team Homecoming September 2013

 


 

LIAM 13 - 2013 GAA Hurling Championship DVD

LIAM 13 brings you over 5 hours of action from the 2013 GAA Hurling Championship on a double DVD. It was an outstanding championship year. Not only did we see a changing of the guard but we were treated to some of the best matches in many years, culminating in a final that truly endorses the claim that ‘hurling is the greatest field game in the world’. In a sense the championship was looking for a year like this.

• Clare play 8 matches to eventually win a dramatic final after a replay
• Young teams and teenage hurlers take the limelight
• Clare score 13 goals in the 2013 championship (as did Dublin in the football)
• Hawkeye creates a ‘Specsavers’ moment of controversy
• Clare make it a double with the U21 title

ON The Double Disc DVD
• THE FINAL draw and replay, both matches in full
• Highlights of other key matches
• Clare’s Road To The Final – highlights of all their matches
• Highlights of Minor and U21 Finals • “13 from 13” – Clare’s 13 goals
• 13 Great Memories from 2013 GAA Hurling & Football Championships

Liam’13 is available in all major DVD stockists nationwide and from online at www.dvdsales.ie

 

 


Clare's Shane O'Donnell in action against Cork's Shane O'Neill on the All-Ireland Senior Hurling final. Photograph: independent.ieClare's Shane O'Donnell in action against Cork's Shane O'Neill on the All-Ireland Senior Hurling final. Photograph: independent.ie

In praise of … hurling

 

"The hand-eye co-ordination and the courage and commitment of Cork and Clare were a shining example of sportsmanship"

 

 "Sporting combatants playing for love not money, with only helmets for protection, clash with ash sticks while trying to catch a ball consisting of cork wrapped in thick leather flying through the air at a terrifying velocity. Welcome to the ancient Irish game of hurling, arguably the fastest contact sport played on grass. Last weekend, 82,000 people wearing the red and white of Cork or the yellow and blue of Clare watched their heroes play out what many regard as the greatest All-Ireland hurling final."

"Hopefully the Gaelic Athletic Association will do all sports fans everywhere a massive favour and produce DVD copies of this memorable game, where Clare emerged victorious. As Premier League soccer is again soiled with prima donna antics – see the scratch-and-send-off controversy of Torres at Spurs at the weekend – the hand-eye co-ordination and the courage and commitment of Cork and Clare were a shining example of sportsmanship."

Editorial, The Guardian newspaper, Wednesday 2 October, 2013

See more at:               www.theguardian.com              www.independent.ie

 

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