39 minutes | Mar 29, 2019


In this second episode we get to listen to an interview that Bob did with Naoise Waldron in 2014. They discuss hurling, it's history and what it looks like now and we get to hear first hand what it meant to not only start the first team here in Missoula, but what it meant to be a part of that team and what it means to be a part of the hurling and the Irish community in general. We really want to thank everyone who has helped support us through our social media and everyone who came out over the St. Patrick's day weekend to support the games and the community. We especially want to give a big thanks to everyone who has contributed directly by becoming a patron. This direct support is what allows us to continue to provide you with content and to help promote this great sport. You can find out more about contributing online at our website: https://ourhurling.com/index.php/support/ We also would like to thank the Blaggards for allowing us to use their music for the podcast. This is no small thing and we can't say enough how much this makes us want to share and be a part of this community even more. You really owe it to yourself to check them out on their website at: https://blaggards.com/
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