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Old hurling rivals are setting aside past differences in the interests of their physical fitness and mental health ...
Social hurling has been taking place at venues in west Belfast and continues on Wednesday night at Coláiste Feirste.
The hurlers range in age from 40 to 55 and include former county stars from rival clubs, but new players are also welcome.
Here's organiser Brendan Murray...
Brendan says social hurling is open to everyone ...
Old rivals unite to boost physical & mental wellbeing @brendymurray80 @RossaGACBelfast "No animosity, everybody's enjoying it - a good bit of banter!" All other clubs, newcomers welcome! More on air & https://t.co/boX2EdCtC7 - #SocialHurling @UlsterGAA @AontroimGAA @naomheoinclg pic.twitter.com/UrDSJ2VunE— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) January 16, 2019
#HalfPaceHurling— Antrim GAA (@AontroimGAA) January 14, 2019
The social hurling continues on wednesday night at Coláiste Feirste 6.45pm.
Don't be shy and get your club represented. #Halfpacehurling
New players more than welcome to turn up on the night for an hour's social hurling. £3 pic.twitter.com/Zp6gfRpEO3
WATCH THIS! #SocialHurling continues tonight in west Belfast (Coláiste Feirste) this footage proves the players (40-55ish) have still got it...Back of the net! More https://t.co/boX2EdCtC7 - @brendymurray80 @RossaGACBelfast @McnallyMg @AontroimGAA @naomheoinclg @Naomh_Una_clg pic.twitter.com/N7f1aEj1rN— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) January 16, 2019