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Traditional Celtic Sports

To celebrate St. Patrick's Day, Kidzworld takes a look at hurling, gaelic football and other sports of Ireland. Check out this look at celtic sports. Back to Article

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birdman206
birdman206 wrote:
2013-08-20 13:46:48 -0700

I play soccer

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Ticket-To-The-Moon
Ticket-To-The-Moon wrote:
2013-07-12 02:01:30 -0700

I don't play them but...I'm from Èire!! Big Grin

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Kneazlecat
Kneazlecat wrote:
2013-03-18 02:26:59 -0700

I'm from Ireland. It's spelled sliotar (slith-er) . I dont play any sport but my brother does, my sister didand my cousins do. The red card/ yellow card system is the same in all of the sports.

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Millz2Chill_2418012
Millz2Chill_2418012 wrote:
2013-03-17 20:05:29 -0700

My friend Brandon nd I ply them every summer

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classicalmusicisepic
classicalmusicisepic wrote:
2013-03-16 10:23:43 -0700

YAY GO IRISH SPORTS
(sorry, fangirling because I'm from Ireland)

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soccer is the best
soccer is the best wrote:
2011-03-23 07:58:19 -0700

Another sport is Kronum League. Your allowed to dribble the ball (basketball), kick the ball (soccer), and push people (football) You have to score the goal, like soccer. Very interesting sport.

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Dogcog
Dogcog wrote:
2010-03-31 01:25:14 -0700

i have never played this but it looks fun XD

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vir
vir posted in Cheerleading:
Yeah meghna is absolutely correct.
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Meghna
Meghna posted in Cheerleading:
No, it's not really a sport, to be honest. It's an activity which is quite sexist in my eyes.
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vir
vir posted in Cheerleading:
In my sight, it's not a sport 
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LowkeyGrunge
The guys on my team are like brothers that I never had! I love all my cheer boys! They work just as hard as hard or sometimes they even work harder then any guy on a football team. 
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LowkeyGrunge
Cheerleaders don't lift weights, We lift people.. We don't get tackled but we get punched and kicked by our teammates. We don't have an hour long game to prove our skills, we have minutes. When we get hurt we can't be taken out, we keep going.. Does this still seem not a sport?
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