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Published by Northern Recreation Consultants in Gormanstown, Co. Meath .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Gaelic Athletic Association.,
  • Gaelic football -- Rules.,
  • Hurling (Game) -- Rules.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesThe playing rules of football and hurling, 1884-1999., The composite rules of the hurling-shinty internationals, 1933-1997., The early playing rules of football and hurling, 1869-1889.
Statementcompiled by Joseph F. Lennon. Appendix 1, Early rules of hurling and hurley, 1869-1889 ; Playing rules of football and hurling, 1885-1999 ; Composite rules of the hurling-shinty internationals, 1933-1997.
GenreRules.
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii,617, [5]p. :
Number of Pages617
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18658405M
ISBN 101902097010

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Lennon, Joe () Towards a philosophy for legislation in Gaelic games: a study of a philosophy for legislation in the Gaelic games of football and hurling, an how this philosophy should improve the playing rules of these two national games. PhD thesis, Dublin City University. Full text available as. Get this from a library! Towards a philosophy for legislation in Gaelic games. Appendix 2. [Joseph F Lennon]. Towards a philosophy for legislation in Gaelic games: a study of a philosophy for legislation in the Gaelic games of football and hurling, an how this philosophy should improve the playing rules of these two national games By Joe Lennon Get PDF (7 MB)Author: Joe Lennon. The fact that he got a doctorate writing a thesis on the rules (entitled 'Towards a Philosophy for Legislation in Gaelic Games') illustrates the kind of man he was." Other works included a.

The coach plays a crucial role in the development and promotion of Gaelic games. The coach is the person who enables players to become competent by coaching philosophy more than any other factor. Your coaching philosophy is a set of beliefs or coach will lean towards: 1. The Dictator The coach makes all of the decisions. PlayersFile Size: 2MB. Joe Lennon became known as an expert on the rules and was a familiar face on RTE television as well as a frequent contributor to the radio. In he completed the PhD thesis, ‘Towards a Author: Seán Moran. In more modern times, Gaelic games have formally existed since the foundation of the Gaelic Athletic Association in the billiards room of a Tipperay hotel in There, led by visionaries Michael Cusack and Maurice Davin, the first formalised codes and cohesive organisation of the ancient Irish games were initiated, and the seeds planted for. "He spearheaded the establishment of the first national coaching course in Gormanston College over 50 years ago, and his first book, Coaching Gaelic Football for Champions, was a seminal work. "In.

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