Hurling - Notable Players

Notable Players

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GAA Hurling Team of the Millennium
Tony Reddin
John Doyle • Nick O'Donnell • Bobby Rackard
Paddy Phelan • John Keane • Brian Whelahan
Lory Meagher • Jack Lynch
Christy Ring • Mick Mackey • Jim Langton
Eddie Keher • Ray Cummins • Jimmy Doyle
GAA Hurling Teams of the Century
All-Ireland winners
Tony Reddin
Bobby Rackard • Nick O'Donnell • John Doyle
Jimmy Finn • John Keane • Paddy Phelan
Lory Meagher • Jack Lynch
Christy Ring • Mick Mackey • Jim Langton
Jimmy Doyle • Nicky Rackard • Eddie Keher
Non All-Ireland winners
Seánie Duggan
Jim Fives • Noel Drumgoole • John Joe 'Goggles' Doyle
Seán Herbert • Seán Stack • Colm Doran
Joe Salmon • John 'Jobber' McGrath
Josie Gallagher • Martin Quigley • Kevin Armstrong
Jimmy Smyth • Christy O'Brien • Mick Bermingham


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