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Handball In Ireland... We are leading the way in handball. GAA Handball are the governing body for Handball in Ireland, with the game also being played in strongholds worldwide such as USA, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, UK, and Spain; as well as emerging nations Holland, Italy and Ecuador to name but a few.
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The Irish Men's team finished in 3rd place in the EHF Challenge Cup trophy in Malta. 3rd place is the best result an Irish team have achieved in the 10 years of the competition. The schedule for the tournament resulted in Ireland playing the hosts Malta in the first match. In front of a home Maltese crowd, the Irish were down at half time by 20:7.
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Gaelic handball (known in Ireland simply as handball; Irish: liathróid láimhe) is a sport where players hit a ball with a hand or fist against a wall in such a way as to make a shot the opposition cannot return, and that may be played with two (singles) or four players (doubles).
M18 Ireland team to finished 12th in this year’s European Championship in Austria. Great achievement for young Irish players who were experiencing their first important tournament. We are looking forward to seeing continued investment in developing youth handball sections and witness the impact on national handball – being clubs or national ...
Handball is one of Ireland's oldest sports that dates back to the ancient Tailteann Games. Handball requires two players, a ball, and a wall. In Ireland there are four variations of handball called Four Wall, One-Wall, Softball, and Hardball.
Most of them were probably immigrants from Ireland. The first great player, John Cavanagh, certainly was. When he died in 1819, William Hazlitt eulogized, “It is not likely that anyone will now see the game of handball played in its perfection for many years to come–for Cavanagh is dead and has not left his like behind him.”