Hurling on 60 Minutes Sports

Posted on October 5th, 2015 by Cody Hedges

Greetings NCGAA fans, great news! Not only is hurling being featured on Man Caves (see the previous post for more information) but it is also being featured on 60 Minutes Sports Tomorrow, Tuesday, October 6! Follow the link below for a short description and a video.

Hurling on the TV Show Man Caves

Posted on September 28th, 2015 by Cody Hedges

If any of you are fans of the show Man Caves on the DIY Network, you’re in luck! The Kean University Hurling Club will be featured on the show on October 16 at 7:30 PM EST as part of an explanation of the sport of hurling.

For those of you that are unfamiliar with the show, a man is selected to be the lucky recipient of a custom made Man Cave in his house. One lucky winner happened to be an Irishman from Cork now living in New Jersey. Naturally, he wanted a Cork Hurling Man Cave. So they brought in the Kean University club to explain the game and have a small scrimmage with the lucky guy and the hosts.

I would encourage all of you to take an hour out of your day and take note of the slow emergence of Gaelic Games in the American cultural landscape.

Again, Man CaveS on the DIY Network at 7:30 PM EST on October 16, 2015

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Short Hurling Clip on ESPN

Posted on August 28th, 2015 by Cody Hedges

Hello All,

I just wanted to inform everyone that on August 29, 2015, there will be a short clip of hurling, featuring the University of Montana Hurling Club, during the North Dakota State University v. University of Montana football match on ESPN. Coverage of the game begins at 3:30 EST and the clip should be sometime around the 2nd quarter.

So grab you friends for some chicken wings and football and DVR the game So you can watch on loop for the rest of your life.

Take Care and Be Safe!

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