Cross of Cashel depicts rich history of Under 21 series
Published 17/05/2015 | 16:27
New to the market of Gaelic Games literature is “The Cross of Cashel – All-Ireland Hurling U21 Finals 1964 to 2014″, a book published by Jim Fogarty which is available in certain bookshops.
Coming from the author who previously published “The Dan Breen Cup” this latest tome is a magnificent reference book, one that evokes many rich memories of a great competition, one that has attracted plenty of debate and interested over the years.
The book is a veritable 200 page history of the under 21 series from 1964 to 2014 and tells many great anecdotes and stories along the way. For every year of action there's an All-Ireland final history, a summary of the main provincial results and a photograph of the winning team.
The Cross of Cashel is a fine read and will bring hurling fans right up to speed on a competition that continues to thrive. If anyone out there wants to contact Jim directly for a copy, they can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org