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  • 217.
    On Hearing A Song For Christy Ring

    Amazing how a song can stir up memories
    And only lately heard a ballad singer sing
    A famous song written by Brian McMahon
    For Ireland's greatest hurler Christy Ring.

    He was known as the Cork and Glen Rovers wizard
    And he depicted the spirit of the Glen
    And what set Ring apart from all the others
    Was that he had in him this great desire to win.

    Eighteen Railways cups and eight All Ireland medals
    The record of his combined medal tally stand
    He played for Cork when he was in his forties
    And held his own with the best in Ireland

    For the St Nicholas club Christy Ring played Gaelic Football
    And at football many better one could name
    But he only played because of club devotion
    As hurling always was his preferred game.

    But 'twas for Gaelic football Christy Ring I will remember
    And that incident from the fifties I recall
    In Macroom when the St Nicholas team played Millstreet
    In a game that ended in an all in brawl.

    A brawl that involved both sets of supporters
    For Gaelic football 'twas a shameful day
    And for the punch up both sides blamed each other
    And who is wrong or right who is to say

    And on that day Christy Ring met with misfortune
    In an incident that few if any saw
    And the next morning we read in the sporting headlines
    How Ring was suffering from a broken jaw.

    Some said a Millstreet fellow king hit Christy
    But others seemed to think that wasn't so
    That by a famed Cork hurler Ring's jaw had been broken
    An old score settled on that day years ago.

    And what happened back then to this day still a mystery
    Nor is it likely now that we will ever know
    When perhaps only two knew the late Christy Ring the victim
    And the angry man who landed that fierce blow.

    Amazing how a song can stir up memories
    And only lately heard a ballad singer sing
    A famous song written by Brian McMahon
    For Ireland's greatest hurler Christy Ring. read more »

  • 218.
    To Con Kelleher Of Aubane

    One of the founder members of the Aubane Gaelic Football Team
    And for them to win a Duhallow Championship had always been his dream
    And though Aubane never won Duhallow and their Football Club no more
    I still can visualize Con Kelleher cheering when their forwards broke to score. read more »

  • 219.
    Their Football Team To Them Important

    Their flags and their banners they are waving with joy and excitement they shout
    The hero has kicked the winning goal but what are they shouting about
    To them it should not really matter 'tis only a game of football
    But to them it is very important and their's is the best team of all. read more »

  • 220.
    William Leary

    William Leary is one of the famed Learys of Millstreet a Cork and Duhallow legend of the Gaelic Football game
    He played football for Cork and his Club Millstreet and is now in the Duhallow sporting Hall of Fame
    He once scored two goals in a Munster Final in Killarney a feat that is still talked of today
    In his Gaelic Football career a remembered highlight though many great games the great one did play. read more »

  • 221.
    Child's Play

    Jimmy and Billy, two young men in kindergarten, went home from school every day just before noon. They lived in a small town in Nebraska, in the middle of farm country. read more »

  • 222.
    The Odd One Out

    She is an ornithologist 'a what somebody said'
    And others went on talking whilst others shook their head
    Then some one said I get your 'drift' I now know what you mean
    She goes out with binoculars to watch birds from a screen. read more »

  • 223.
    Old Jimmy

    With the aid of walking stick he shuffles down the side street and time has left him looking stiff and gray
    And truly it can be said of old Jimmy that he is one who has known a better day
    Ageless father time takes care of everybody there was a time when he could run quite fast
    But now he only can walk at a slow pace and all of his better days are in the past. read more »

  • 224.
    Big Mal

    This saturday his team were defeated and after the game in the pub
    Big Mal was not in the mood for talking or singing the anthem of his club
    Beaten by a point in a thriller but he does not take pride in an honourable defeat
    To him victory only matter and winning to him always sweet. read more »

  • 225.
    Football Stole my Man: A Song

    Woke to the alarm clock a screaming
    Pulling my away from all of my dreaming
    the morning sun is hazy and grey, telling me it’s
    Time to start my day: everyday seems just the same read more »

  • 226.
    On The 09 All Ireland Football Final

    For the Cork Gaelic Footballers another humbling defeat
    By their neighbours Kerry in Croke Park once more they've been beat
    In Gaelic Football in Ireland Kerry to the fore
    With 36 All Ireland titles and their fans hoping for more. read more »

  • 227.
    John The Odd

    With other children games he did not play
    When they played football he would steal away
    To take short walk or rest in shade of tree
    He felt happy in his own company. read more »

  • 228.
    Dan Leary

    Dan Leary hard man of Millstreet Gaelic Football
    He was a fearless fellow on his day
    He took and gave some hard bone crunching tackles
    And from a challenge never backed away. read more »

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