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23 March 2013

The Irish News are offering schools and clubs the chance to win a hurling/camogie day.

The hurling/camogie day will comprise of a variety of activities, from the traditional art of hurley-making to skills sessions.

Competition Tokens can be collected in The Irish News

Prize Includes
  • Scullion hurls will display the traditional art of hurley-making and give away 30 hurls to a Juvenile team within the School or Club
  • Skills session by inter-county hurling and camogie players
  • Win a sliotar through "Skills Challenge"
10 runners up will receive a pack of a dozen Sliotars for their school or club.

How to enter

All you have to do is collect 25 tokens and attach them to the official Hurling Day Collector Card. You only need one completed collector card to enter, but the more times you enter, the better your chance of winning!

The collector card and promotional posters can be downloaded and printed from and may be photocopied as many times as you wish.

Tokens will appear daily in the Irish News until Saturday 13th April. Closing date for entries is Monday 22nd April. See website for terms and conditions.