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TORPEY
TORPEY
Growing the Game
09.09.2018

Participation amongst young players is key to any sport, so why should Hurling / Camogie be any different. We’ve put 2 years work into trying to understand the needs of young players, and have come up we something truly revolutionary. Read our latest article to find out more!


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Participation amongst young players is key to any sport, so why should Hurling / Camogie be any different. We’ve put 2 years work into trying to understand the needs of young players, and have come up we something truly revolutionary. Read our latest article to find out more!

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Torpey in Sixmilebridge have launched a new Bambú hurley, made, as the name suggests, from bamboo material, which will be imported from China.

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