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Contrary to popular belief within the association, all officials are not obliged to indicate "any misdemeanours" to the referee, but are in fact permitted to inform the referee only of violent conduct they have witnessed which has occurred without the referee's knowledge.
A linesman or umpire is not permitted to inform the referee of technical fouls such as a "third time in the hand", where a player catches the ball for a third time in succession after soloing or an illegal pick up of the ball.
Such decisions can only be made at the discretion of the referee. Blunt injury to the larynx is an infrequent consequence of contact sports despite protective equipment and stringent rules.
Hurling, one of the two national sporting games of Ireland, is seen as one of the fastest field sports on earth and only played with a facemask and helmet as protection, making injury an unavoidable feature of the game.
Hurling is older than the recorded history of Ireland. It is thought to predate Christianity, having come to Ireland with the Celts.
Hurling is related to the games of shinty that is played primarily in Scotland, cammag on the Isle of Man and bando which was played formerly in England and Wales.
Similar tales are told about Fionn Mac Cumhail and the Fianna , his legendary warrior band. Recorded references to hurling appear in many places such as the fourteenth century Statutes of Kilkenny and a fifteenth-century grave slab survives in Inishowen , County Donegal.
Hurling was said to be played in ancient times by teams representing neighbouring villages. Villages would play games involving hundreds of players, which would last several hours or even days.
The eighteenth century is frequently referred to as "The Golden Age of Hurling". This was when members of the Anglo-Irish landed gentry kept teams of players on their estates and challenged each other's teams to matches for the amusement of their tenants.
One of the first modern attempts to standardise the game with a formal, written set of rules came with the foundation of the Irish Hurling Union at Trinity College Dublin in It aimed "to draw up a code of rules for all clubs in the union and to foster that manly and noble game of hurling in this, its native country".
In the first All-Ireland hurling final was played with Kerry winning the championship. However, the twentieth century saw Cork , Kilkenny  and Tipperary dominate hurling with each of these counties winning more than 20 All-Ireland titles each.
Wexford , Waterford , Clare , Limerick , Offaly , Antrim , Dublin , and Galway were also strong hurling counties during the twentieth century.
As hurling entered the new millennium, it has remained Ireland's second most popular sport. Pay-for-play remains controversial and the Gaelic Players Association continues to grow in strength.
The inauguration of the Christy Ring Cup and Nicky Rackard Cup gave new championships and an opportunity to play in Croke Park to the weaker county teams.
Further dissemination of the championship structure was completed in with the addition of the Lory Meagher Cup to make it a four tier championship.
Hurling was an unofficial sport at the Summer Olympics in St. Louis, Missouri , in the United States. In the final, Fenian F.
This was the only time hurling was in the Olympics. Although many hurling clubs exist worldwide, only Ireland has a national team although it includes only players from weaker counties in order to ensure matches are competitive.
It and the Scotland shinty team have played for many years with modified match rules as with International Rules Football.
The match is the only such international competition. However, competition at club level has been going on around the world since the late nineteenth century thanks to emigration from Ireland, and the strength of the game has ebbed and flowed along with emigration trends.
Irish immigrants began arriving in Argentina in the nineteenth century. The earliest reference to hurling in Argentina dates from the late s in Mercedes, Buenos Aires.
However, the game was not actively promoted until , when it came to the attention of author and newspaperman William Bulfin.
Under Bulfin's patronage, the Argentine Hurling Club was formed on 15 July , leading to teams being established in different neighborhoods of Buenos Aires and the surrounding farming communities.
After the outbreak of World War I , it became almost impossible to obtain hurleys from Ireland. An attempt was made to use native Argentine mountain ash, but it proved too heavy and lacking in pliability.
Although the game was revived after the end of the war, the golden age of Argentine hurling had passed. World War II finally brought the era to its close.
In the aftermath of the Second World War, immigration from Ireland slowed to a trickle. In addition, native born Irish-Argentines assimilated into the local community.
The last time that hurling was played in Argentina was in , when the Aer Lingus Hurling Club conducted a three-week tour of the country and played matches at several locations.
This team will be present in September in the city of Galway. The team consists of 21 players from Hockey and Rugby teams. Many have contributed to the return of hurling as an activity in the club.
Several Irish have participated in many opportunities to work with the skills and education: Jonathan Lynch, Kevin O'Connors and Michael Connery, who currently works with the team's training to participate in the Aer Lingus International Hurling Festival.
The earliest reference to hurling in Australia is related in the book "Sketches of Garryowen. Reportedly, the hurling match attracted a crowd of five hundred Irish immigrants, while the Orange march shivered out of existence.
In , a game between two Sydney based teams took place before a crowd of over ten thousand spectators. Reportedly, the contest was greatly enjoyed despite the fact that one newspaper dubbed the game "Two Degrees Safer Than War.
Hurling was brought to Great Britain in the 19th century. The game is administered by British GAA. Warwickshire and Lancashire compete at inter-county level in the Lory Meagher Cup , competing against other counties in Ireland.
Wales has its own club, St. Colmilles in Cardiff. Soldiers who served in the Irish Brigade during the Anglo-Boer War are believed to have played the game on the veldt.
Immigrants from County Wicklow who had arrived to work in the explosives factory in Umbogintwini , KwaZulu-Natal formed a team c.
A major burst of immigration in the s led to the foundation of the Transvaal Hurling Association in Johannesburg in Games were traditionally played in a pitch on the site of the modern day Johannesburg Central Railway Station every Easter Sunday after Mass.
In , a South African hurling team sailed to Ireland to compete in the Tailteann Games , where they carried a banner donated by a convent of Irish nuns in Cape Town.
South African hurling continued to prosper until the outbreak of the Second World War , which caused immigration from Ireland to cease and made it impossible to import equipment.
Games of hurling and Gaelic football were occasionally sponsored by the Christian Brothers schools in Boksburg and Pretoria well into the s.
Both games have all but ceased to be played. References to hurling on the North American continent date from the s in modern-day Canada concerning immigrants from County Waterford and County Kilkenny ,  and also, in New York City.
After the end of the American Revolution , references to hurling cease in American newspapers until the aftermath of the Great Famine when Irish people moved to America in huge numbers, bringing the game with them.
In , there was an American tour by fifty Gaelic athletes from Ireland, known as the 'American Invasion'. Later, clubs were formed in Boston, Cleveland , and many other centers of Irish America.
Long turned professional at the start of and played on the Pro Golf Tour in his first year as a professional.
Pölten in July after a final round of During the season he was also runner-up three times, third twice and had 7 other top finishes.
Long had little success on the Challenge Tour until he won the Italian Challenge Open Eneos Motor Oil in early October, an event reduced to 54 holes by bad weather.
Long won with a birdie at the second hole of a playoff. Source: . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. German professional golfer.
Pölten The German celebrated his maiden victory in style when he shot a fabulous final round with just 60 strokes in Neidling in Austria.
Finally the 24 year old was four shots ahead of the two Dutchmen Dylan Boshart and Robbie van West who shared the runner-up position with a total 20 under par.
Pölten and the euro winner's check as well as the congratulations of his tour colleagues. With a total of six podium finishes he had already impressed this year, and also taken the lead in the overall ranking.
What was missing was the first tournament success. Now he put this on his belt in the manner of a true champion.