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I'm even thinking of getting myself a hurley stick now - if I could find someone in west London to play it with me.
Construction worker Raymond Bates died in hospital four days after being beaten around the head with a hurley stick in a south Dublin suburb on September 26, 2010.
Millions of Irish-Americans will not have failed to notice the warmth with which he was clutched to the bosom of their motherland; the photos of Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny introducing the president to a hurley stick and the leader of the free world enjoying a Guinness at Ollie's Bar in Moneygall are electoral gold.
n "One of them said: 'She is Portuguese' and before I could look up I was hit in the face with a hurley stick and knocked to the ground.
It can not be taken from the ground using the hand but must be lifted using the hurley stick.
The victim, a father-of-three from Peterlee, died in hospital four days after being beaten around the head with a hurley stick in a south Dublin suburb.
I also find it disgraceful that in a weekend that showcases the best in Gaelic games, there are low-lives in this city who are using the hurley stick as a weapon of destruction.
Damien got the idea to "put a bit of a twist on things" when he ran a charity 5km while soloing with a hurley stick and a sliotar.
Father-of-three Mr Bates, 49, who lived with his wife, Brenda, in Dinting Close, Peterlee, died in hospital four days after being beaten around the head with a hurley stick.
The 49-year-old construction worker of Dinting Close, in Peterlee, died in hospital in Dublin on September 30, days after he was allegedly beaten over the head with a hurley stick.
Possible loss of sight, due to the whack of a hurley stick or ball, was another reason cited in the survey.