School: Longford, Kinnitty

Longford, Co. Offaly
M. Ní Thuathaigh
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0820, Page 070

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0820, Page 070

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    Hurling being the amusement in the year of ninty nine
    We roamed through hills and valleys the day being nice and fine
    For to see those rangers hurling it was like a bird we flew
    We were delighted when we saw them on the hill of Knockaroo.
    Now they are the champions of the county I am told,
    They have defeated Errill which was both brave and bold
    They hurled the county o'er and o'er
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