Hurling-Shinty Scotland v Ireland 18 October 2014

Hurling/Shinty Club Internationals 1994


Shinty/Hurling Club Matches 1994

(Match 1)
Shinty/Hurling Club Matches
Dicksboro, Kilkenny

(Match 2)
Shinty/Hurling Club Matches
Dicksboro, Kilkenny

Results compiled from Kilkenny GAA Yearbook 1994. Please see Reference [1] for more details. For Players list in Match 2 please click on the Match in question in the Results list above.


Glenurquhart from Scotland visited Co. Kilkenny over the weekend of 15 to 16 July 1994 to play two Hurling-Shinty International Rules games against Tullaroan and host club Dicksboro. Glenurquhart lost both matches, 8-2 to Tullaroan and 5-3 to Dicksboro. As well as Set Dancers the Kilkenny City & District Pipe Band played as part of the festivities. 47 players in total made the trip over from Scotland. [References: 1]

Hurling/Shinty Stock Image

Hurling-Shinty Scotland v Ireland 18 October 2014
Photo Contributor: JASPERIMAGE INVERNESS CITY, SCOTLAND – 18 OCTOBER 2014: This is a scene from within the International Shinty-Hurling match between Scotland and Eire at Bught Park, Inverness, Scotland on 18 October, 2014. [Internet] Available from: [Last Accessed 30 October 2022][Text Added by Enda Mulcahy for Eirball 30 October 2022]


[1] Barrie Henriques (Ed.) (1994) “SHINTY/HURLING GAME” Kilkenny GAA Yearbook 1994. pg.108. Published by Kilkenny County Board GAA, Nowlan Park, Kilkenny.


Thanks to Conor Connolly-Mulcahy & Dara Conolly-Mulcahy


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