Sport and Society in Victorian Ireland: the Case of Westmeath – Tom Hunt.
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This book examines the development of sport in Victorian Ireland using the example of Westmeath as a case study. It explores the development of hunting, racing, commercial sports (golf, cycling and tennis), cricket, hurling and football, soccer and rugby. It also examines the importance of spectator sport and its variety of ancillary attractions. This rare and second hand book is signed by the author.
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