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The GAA

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Set up to revive native Irish sports The GAA
He called a meeting in Hayes Hotel in Thurles Michael Cusack
Archbishop Croke, Charles Stewart Parnell & Michael Davitt First patrons of the GAA
What have the Catholic Church, the Home Rule Party & the IRB got in common in the area of Irish Cultural Revival They all supported the GAA
A famous Irish athlete who became the first president of the GAA Maurice Davin
The date that the GAA was established 1884
The scandal that split the GAA Parnell's affair with Kitty O'Shea
The All-Ireland senior Football winner's trophy The Sam Maguire
What does the G stand for in GAA? Gaelic
What name is given to the ball used in hurling? Sliotar
Which cup is played for in the Hurling Championships? The Liam McCarthy Cup
After which footballer is the Hogan Stand named? Michael Hogan who was shot in Croke Park on Bloody Sunday, Nov 1920
What type of timber is used to make hurleys for camogie and hurling? Ash
Where is the Hogan Stand? Croke Park
When did the GAA purchase Croke Park 1913
Although not officially involved, many members of the GAA took part in the 1916 Rising
Created by: Etak13