Jack was captain of the Kilsallagh team of hurlers, Mike of the Clonegall.
He stood looking fixedly at the hurlers, and as he looked he wept.
There, too, looms in the distance rocky Carradon, with the valley of the Hurlers at its foot.
Tilt-yard and bowling-green, and the hurlers ground, can still be identified at Stowe.
When one of the "hurlers" hit the owner, it was deemed an omen that the party would shortly be married.
The hurlers assemble, ranged in two opposing parties in the centre between the goals.
This solitary pillar, evidently a Christian monument, is situate near a Druidical temple called "the Hurlers."
The popular account of the Hurlers (from which their name is derived) is very different.