Connacht GAA Poc Fada

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An Poc Fada – ‘the Long Puck’ is a Gaelic Game where players use a Hurley to hit a Sliotar (ball) up the side of a mountain and down the other side in as few pucks or shots as possible.

The sport would have a similar origin to the Scottish Game of Golf. It is mentioned in the myths and legends of Ireland, when Setanta took his Hurley / Hurl and hit his Sliotar all the way from Co Louth to Co. Armagh in one go. The All-Ireland Poc Fada Championships have taken place in the Cooley Mountains in Co. Louth since 1961 in commemoration of the legendary feat.

Links to the Results of the GAA Poc Fada All-Ireland CHampionships from the inaugural Championship in 1961 (Men’s) and 2009 (Ladies) are available at the links in blue (below the picture).

Connacht GAA Poc Fada

Connacht GAA Poc Fada

GAA Connacht Poc Fada Senior Hurling (Years): 2013

GAA Connacht Poc Fada Camogie (Years): 2013

GAA Connacht Poc Fada Boys Under 16 Hurling (Years): 2013

Picture Credit: [1] GAA Poc Fada Twitter Account (2018) GAA Poc Fada Logo [Internet] Available from: [Accessed 9 June 2018]


Thanks to Caoimhe Mullaney and Tom Dunne.

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Last Updated: 14 March 2021

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