clash of the ash

clash of the ash

In the sport of hurling, the sound of opponents' hurleys (long paddle-like sticks, made from ash wood) striking each other, or (by extension) the contest between two hurling teams in general. Primarily heard in Ireland. It was an intense match, and the fierce clash of the ash could be heard ringing through the pitch. Fans are gearing up for spectacular clash of the ash this Saturday afternoon.
See also: ash, clash, of
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GAME ON Presenter Garry Mac Donncha CLASH OF THE ASH Hurling in the spotlight
The clash of the ash in aid of the Irish Cancer Society is the brainchild of Jim Bolger and Davy Russell, with both assembling teams featuring household names from GAA and horseracing.
THERE was no clash of the ash when Miss Tipperary met Miss Kilkenny ahead of today's big game between the two rival hurling counties.
The three CDs kick off with Only The Brave and there are older songs like Dance Called America and Skye but also newer ones like Clash of the Ash and Road Trip.
As well as starring in two films, Ann Devlin and Clash of the Ash, he began teaching drama and music to troubled youths in community centres, juvenile homes and prisons.
This could be terrible news for hurlers as the sticks are traditionally made out of ash, so the clash of the ash could become a thing of the past.
JOHN O'SHEA, Stephen Hunt and Daryl Murphy will be the Boys in Blue today - as they ditch the garrison game for the clash of the ash.
He recalls: "I rode Clash Of The Ash, owned by Frank Shanahan, in the Sean Graham Havasnack Race for amateur riders, and he started favourite.
Musical highlights from the film include many of the old Runrig classics, as well as songs from the new album, such as Year Of The Flood and the stirring shinty singalong, Clash Of The Ash, where the band are joined on stage by the Fort William club's accordionplaying shinty superstar, Gary Innes.
There's nothing better than plucking a ball from the air or the clash of the ash.
Runrig are using a picture of Gary in action as the cover for the song Clash of the Ash about the sport and the Scotland centre has been helping with the launch of the tune.
In addition, Irish handler Jim Bolger sends over a pair of P attern performers: Listed Diamond Stakes winner Napper Tandy (264) and Group 3 Ballysax Stakes third Clash Of The Ash (265).
So too does Jim Bolger's Clash Of The Ash in the Boylesports Premier Handicap.
The bare form - Mister Hight and Clash Of The Ash were second and third - would not be enough to win this race, but he was always travelling like a winner and he gave the impression that he is capable of considerably more.
H CLASH OF THE ASH joins stablemate Democratic Deficit at Newmarket today when he is one of five runners set to line up in the Newmarket Stakes, sponsored by McKeever St Lawrence.