A Little Bit Of Ireland In England 1927

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    Item title reads: "Cork and Tipperary - old hurling rivals - 'clash' again in Ireland's National game."

    Herne Hill, London

    M/S hurley teams walk out onto the pitch preceded by bagpipes and drummers in kilts and sporrans, one drummer twirls his drum sticks above his head. Various shots of the game in progress. View from the goal mouth. The winning team captain is presented with a cup, and onlookers applaud.

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    British Pathé
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    01:50:39:00 / 01:52:11:00
    G 1405
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    G 1405
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