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Hur·ler

(hŭr'ler),
Gertrud, Austrian pediatrician, 1889-1965. See: Hurler disease, Hurler syndrome, Pfaundler-Hurler syndrome.
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The 32-year-old is now Offaly's longest serving hurler, having made his Championship debut back in 2002 against Kilkenny.
The game is simple; a hurler can scoop the ball on his stick and carry it the length of the field.
ANTRIM hurlers face a battle to hold on to their Ulster title and make waves in the All-Ireland series.
It was great to sit back and watch the hurlers win their title.
That's got to come from within - whether it's hurlers or footballers.
Podge Collins (22) was one of the stars of the Clare team that won the All-Ireland title last season, winning an All-Star at corner-forward in the process and he was also nominated for the Hurler of the Year award.
And Collins admits that the trip abroad came at a welcome time, shortly after the hurlers had lost to Tipp in the League semi-final.
But he confirmed: "I know that Podge is with the hurlers for sure this weekend.
And while others like Cormac Costello and Eric Lowndes have ruled out playing with the hurlers, Kilkenny hasn't.
Cadogan initially made his name with the hurlers, making his Championship debut in 2008, before combining both codes for a number of seasons, winning an All-Ireland title with the footballers in 2010.
Egan (left) has been a regular for the hurlers over the past couple of seasons and was among the goalscorers when Offaly gave Kilkenny a fright in the opening round of the Leinster SHC this year.
JOHNNY McCAFFREY says Tomas Brady should be given time to decide whether he'll play for the Dublin hurlers or footballers in 2014.