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Hurling in Argentina and in hell, and the ghost in the goal

29th May, 2010

Buenos Aires isn’t considered one of the traditional strongholds of hurling, so it may come as a surprise to learn that the Argentinian capital regularly bears witness to the raising of green and white flags, and echoes with the sound of ash upon leather. It’s one of the more visible signs that half a million Argentinians claim Irish heritage.

One of those is Ronnie Quinn, who spoke to Talking History (Newstalk,...

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