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Our Stores. Apply Filter Remove Filter Categories. KWD Vetalintex Sterile Hydrogel - One Tube x 15g. KWD 5. KWD 4. All the latest offers delivered right to your inbox! The series began with 36 issues, each containing a single item, which were distributed to cinemas monthly between and Each of these 36 films featured an individual subject; e. In a trial issue, or eagran, was produced, followed by weekly issues, of approximately four minutes duration, usually containing four items. The final newsreel was released in August A close friend of Douglas Hyde founder and first president of the Gaelic League in , he became a founding member of the League and its first vice president.
Wicklow: Taoiseach Unveils Plaque to '98 Men'. Taoiseach Lemass opens new showrooms, including shots of toys and teddybears. Water ski-ing on lake; film crew on boat, spectators, ramp jumps etc. This Edition: The first item in this edition records the official opening of Ireland's first oil refinery and still the only refinery.
The demand for a refinery had long been a bone of contention between Lemass on the one hand and the internatonal oil companies on the other. As Minister for Industry and Commerce in every Fianna Fail administration between and Lemass pursued a highly active interventionist policy in favour of industrialisation and modernisation of the economy.
The policy operated within the confines of an autarkic philosophy. It was strongly based on tariffs and quotas as well as restrictions on inward foreign investment.
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By the late s the policy was showing itself to be ineffective. Lemass was a key figure in the adoption of a new approach based on attracting multinational investment into Ireland. The split was inspired essentially by nationalistic anti-British sentiment with also anti-Communism as an ingredient. The third item relates to the state-owned company Gaeltarra Eireann. This company, established in the late s, operated factories in Gaeltacht Irish language speaking areas in the west of Ireland.
Anniversary celebrations in Tipperary town; 3. With U. Ambassador, Grant Stockdale. Amharc Eireann was a series of Irish language newsreel films commissioned by Gael Linn, to be shown in Irish cinemas from to Mayo: Fleadh Ceoil In Swinford'. Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann annual festival of Ireland music, held in the Co. Mayo town of Swinford. Motorbikes commence rally at St. Stephen's Green, Dublin, travelling on country roads, finally crossing the finishing line and circling about a castle. James Connolly was a signatory to the Proclamation of the Irish Republic, fought in the Easter Rising in the General Post Office and was one of those executed by the British authorities afterwards.
Graphic wreckage shots of crashed Alitalia airliner which claimed thirty lives and left twenty badly injured; 2. Highlights of the semi-final of the annual inter-provincial Gaelic football championship. Score: Leinster 1. Shotlist Amharc Eireann was a series of Irish language newsreel films commissioned by Gael Linn, to be shown in Irish cinemas from to This Edition: The second item in this edition records the semi final of the Railway Cup. This was an annual competition played between teams representative of the four provinces, Ulster, Munster, Leinster and Connaught.
The third item marks the Ard Fheis annual conference of the Fine Gael party and the ceremonial retirement from the leadership of Richard Mulcahy. Mulcahy fought in the Easter Rising and in the War of Independence. Richard Mulcahy was one of those senior figures of the independence movement who was also closely involved in the Irish language movement.
In ? The report of the Commission was hoghly radical in its recommendations. However its advice was never accepted the radical orientation prompted deep resistance from the Department of Finance even though the political head of the Department - Ernest Blythe - was a major fogure in the language revival movement. Ballsbridge: Hereford Champions On Show"; 3.
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Location River Liffey Notes and comments Amharc Eireann was a series of Irish language newsreel films commissioned by Gael Linn, to be shown in Irish cinemas from to This Edition: The first item marks the commemoration of a critical event in the lead-up to the outbreak of the Irish Civil War - On 28 June pro-Treaty forces launched an artillary barrage on the Four Courts. This marks the real start of the Irish Civil War. On 30 June the garrison surrendered and of the anti-Treaty forces were taken prisoner.
Dublin: Water Polo at Blackrock'. Ulster beat Leinster in interprovincial contest in Blackrock Baths, Dublin. Gaelic football semi-final match with Co. Galway defeating Co. Deep sea anglers at Moville in Co. Donegal, including UK's Frank Spears with his catch. This Edition: The second item in this newsreel covers the semi-final of the All Ireland Gaelic football Championship. The finals in the games of Hurling and Gaelic football also have a certain social and political status. These films were shown in cinemas throughout Irish. The Film Institute films are separately databased on this site.
President de Valera arrives for mass at Thomas St. Church; inspects guard of honour. Taoiseach Sean Lemass also present. Taoiseach Sean Lemass opens new centre, followed by guided tour. Car racing in Leixlip, Co. Dublin; 4. Demolition of Dublin's Theatre Royal. Kennedy In Irish. D, where Professor Tierney speaks. Cars race through Dublin's Phoenix Park, watched by spectators. General McKeown is greeted by his family and press reception at Dublin Airport. Fashion show in Dublin hotel room. Coverage of horsejumping event. Taoiseach Sean Lemass is guided around exhibition.
Location Dublin, Dublin Airport. Location Dublin, Croke Pk. Down defeat Kerry. Waterford: Winter Beagling At Tallow'. Crowds follow hunters and dogs through streets and fields. McGiolla gives guided tour of the exhibition of military relics from the papal army. People in Bavarian costume arrive in horse drawn carriages to the ball, with dancing inside. Plane taking off; aerial shots of fields below during flight, and onlooking spectators. Battery Prepare For Congo Service'. Location Co Kildare, Curragh Camp. Highlights of the Gaelic football match.
Highlights of the match with McGowan defeating Owen Leonard. Coverage of steeplechace and its spectators. Exteriors and interiors of Power Station, furnace, and technicians at work. Camogie match womens hurling with Leinster winning Gael Linn Cup 1min 14' ; 2. Kildare with Dr. McGarry giving address to assembly 0min 23'. This Edition: The first item in this edition of the newsreel is exemplifies an aspect of the activities of Gael Linn, the organisation responsible for Amharc Eireann.
Gael Linn is essentially an Irish language and cultural organisation. The second item in this edition is illustrative of the deep involvement of both President de Valera and the Catholic clergy in the Irish language preservation and revival movement. In the Constitution Article 8 Irish is recognised as the 'national language' and the 'first official language' of the State. From the begining of the League founded in Catholic priests were also active in the movement and in the wider cultural national movement of which the League was an integral part. However the language movement was not sectarian and it crossed the party-political divide that grew out of the split over the Anglo Irish Treaty of Douglas Hyde, a protestant, was the first president of the League and went on to become first President of Ireland under the Constitution.
Ernest Blythe and Eamon de Valera, who were on opposite sides of the political split, remained two of the strongest advocates of the language movement and porponents of an active public policy in support of the language. While Minister for Finance in the first Free State Government Blythe established and shaped public policy towards the Irish language, including mandatory the Irish language in schools.
Under de Valera this policy further evolved, making the passing of the examination subject a necessary condition for passing the Intermediate and Leaving certificate examinations of the secondary school system. President Eamon de Valera reviews soldiers on parade. Crowd, including clergy and elderly female veterans stand at Grave of Martyrs. Highlights of hurling match. This Edition: The second item in this edition marks the opening in Dublin of an exhibition of the works of the noted French religious painter Georges Rouault.
The exhibition is of his 'Miserere' series of pictures. At the exhibition is Michael Scott, the noted Irish architect, designer of the new Abbey Theatre and a number of other prominant public buildings built in Dublin during this period. World Fair'; 3. Gaelic football match between Co. Dublin and Co. Laois played in the town of Tullamore, County Offaly. Pitch is invaded after Dublin wins. Cross country bicycle race. Cyclists leave from O'Connell St.
Galway Plate steeplechase intercut with spectators, bookies and sideshows. This Edition: This is a 'sporting' edition of the newsreel. It is from high summer and features three 'big' summer events of the day - the Leinster Gaelic Football Final, the now defunct Ras Tailteann bicycle race and the annual Galway Races traditionally held during the month of August. The four Provincial Champions go on to the All Ireland play-offs the semi-finals and the September final.
The Ras Tailteann. The Galway Races is a major social and sporting occasion, one of the fixed points in the summer social calendar. The culmination of the week-long meeting is the race for the Galway Plate, held towards the end of the week. Cruise O'Brien disembarks Aer Lingus plane, greeted with press reception. Highlights of fight. Traditional Irish dancing in costume. Joseph's Beat Curragh Camp' General coverage of basketball match. Play in hall with dancers, singers and hurlers, attended by President De Valera. Although title suggests attendance of Taoiseach, Sean Lemass is not visible.
Location Dublin, Mansion house, Damer Hall. Congress In Buncrana Teelin, Co. Dignitaries board Pan Am jet, take off, and land in Dusseldorf, Germany. Congress In Buncrana'. Officers inspect work and output of Gael Linn carpentry project. Roscommon: Fleadh Ceoil Na hEireann'. Dancers, musicians and crowds at Irish music festival. Highlights of match. Also there is Lord Killanin. This edition: The second item in this edition of the newsreel is an early illustration of what became an aspect of international protest politics that attracted a widespread following in Ireland, even in establishment politics - the Anti-apartheid Movement.
Among those prominant in the Irish Anti-apartheid Movement were the noted Irish politician and lawyer Sean MacBride - whose father fought on the side of the Afrikaners in the Boer War - and the then exiled South African political activist Kadar Asmal. There is perhaps irony in the international Anti-apartheid movement attracting wide support in Ireland given the historical role of Afrikaner nationalism in inspiring the separatist development in Irish political nationalism. The third item marks a highpoint in the Irish sporting calendar - the Sportsman of the Year awards.
In the game of hurling Corkman Christy Ring is regarded by many afficionados as the finest ever exponent of the game. Between and the Irish Film Institute filmed annually for distribution in cinemas highlights of the All Ireland Hurling Finals. Information on these films is also databased and accessible on this site. The final item in this edition records the Premiere in Dublin's Regal Cinema of George Morrison's documentary film, Mise Eire I Am Irish , a film tracing the struggle for independence using early archival footage, photographic, graphic and newspaper material.
An Irish language commentary and a musical score by Sean O'Riada add an emotional emphasis. The events leading up to the rising, the conflict itself, the surrenders, arrests, executions and jubilant home-comings of Republican prisoners are detailed and lay the foundation for an exegesis of the Sinn Fein electoral success in Mise Eire is databased and the entry is accessible on this service. Cork: U. All Ireland Football Championship semi-final highlights. Departure of Dr.
Joseph Barnes by plane, seen off by Red Cross workers. Students Enjoying Irish Holiday'. Students at camping site and canoeing on river. Kildare, which was the 'first twenty-six county mart free of TB' 0min 42' ; 2. Exhibition of enamelled jewellery by Lunia Ryan. Hunt crowd gather at Holycross Monastery where beagles are released, led through town with the chase ensuing across fields. This Edition: The first item in this edition is illustrative of what was and remains a major project and preoccupation of agricultural policy in Ireland, the eradication from the national cattle herd of Bovine Tuberculosis Bovine TB.
While the incidence of the disease has been greatly reduced it has not been fully eradicated. The system of cattle marts purpose-built auction rings spread rapidly through Irish during the s. Parallel with this development the old system of monthly street fairs in provincial towns a major feature of social as well as commercial life in rural Ireland went into terminal decline. Public policy favoured Marts as alternatives to street fairs.
Marts provided a heightened degree of control and tracking of cattle movements, a significant factor in the spread of Bovine TB. Armagh: 2nd Ulster Cross-Country Classic' ; 2. Gaelic football final of the inter-provincial Railway Cup competition, between the provinces of Ulster and Leinster.
Children on train platform; woman handing out 'Eachtra Nollag' illustrated storybooks. Down and Co. Children board train and depart Amiens Street Station in Dublin, seen off by waving crowd. Music, dance and children in costume serving oysters at festival. Canoeists and deep sea divers demonstrate techniques in sea at Dalkey, Co. Protest march of workers from Shorts aircraft manufacturers and Harland Ltd.
Swimming race at Blackrock Baths, Co. Dublin, won by Ronnie Jones. Meath: Oil Drilling Commences'. Gardai police officers on duty as President Eamonn de Valera arrives by car and is welcomed by Father Finucane, to the Muintir na Tire event a rural based community development organisation. General scenes of crowds, cars, stands, farm machinery and a show jumping event at the Agricultural Show in Co. Airforce plane standing by. Highlights of sports events at College Park with Gormley winning sprint. This edition: The protest featured in the second item was the first manifestation of what would be a significant cause in the later sixties and in the s - the destruction of Georgian Dublin.
The demolitions were the result of redevelopment by commercial office block developers and interests. This s and 70s phase of massive redevelopment in the city centre was driven by rapid economic growth and modernisation of the Irish economy. The street was considered a prime example of Dublin Georgian architecture and was an integral part of perhaps the best Georgian vista in the city, stretching from the Grand Canal at Leeson Street to the National Maternity Hospital at Merrion Square. The ESB redevelopment went ahead despite the protests. The final item marks the premiere of the documentary 'Saoirse' in English, 'Freedom'.
In the film produced and directed by George Morrisson for Gael-Linn contemporary film footage, photographs, newspaper headlines and other graphic material are used to give an accnt. The film charts the Struggle for Independence, the formation of the Free State and the conflicts that led to civil war. In both cases the score was by the Irish composer Sean O Riada.
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Footage of President Kennedy's visit to Ireland and newspaper stills of day of assassination. Award ceremony for sports personalities; 2. Patrick's Day dog show at Royal Dublin Society; 3. Contest'; 4. Wicklow: Have You Any Wool? Reception to announce building of sky-scraper on site of old Theatre Royal, Dublin, with model displayed by Sir.
Thomas Bennett. Sheep-shearing trials. Vintage cars with drivers and passengers in 20's costume. Vintage carriages in Dublin's Phoenix Park; people in costume, donkey drawn carriage, children. This is a major annual event in the life of the Irish language, literary and culture movement. The festival is held during the month of October. The concept is based on the Welsh language and cultural event, the Eissteddfod. The word 'oireachtas' is an old Irish language word the meaning of which is 'assembly' or 'gathering'. In the modern day context the word 'Oireachtas' is also the collective term for the chambers of the Irish parliament - the Dail and the Seanad Senate , Tithe an Oireachtais the 'Houses of the Oireachtas'.
Erskine Hamilton Childers - was the son of the British born public servant, politician, novelist and revolutionary Robert Erskine Childers - As a novelist Childers senior is best known as the author of the mystery story The Riddle of the Sands. He also fought in the Boer War. Erskine Childers Snr. A keen ocean-going yachtsman Childers lived in the harbour village of Howth on the north side of Dublin Bay.
Childers Snr. He was elected to the Dail in and also served as secretary to the Irish side in the Treaty negotiations. He went with the anti-Treaty side in the split becoming Director of Propaganda for the anti-Treaty forces during the Civil War. Arrested by the pro-Treaty Irish Free State authorities he was charged with posession of a firearm, sentenced to death and executed in while his appeal against conviction was still pending.
The revolver in his posession is said to have been a personal memento given him by Michael Collins Erskine Hamilton Childers who appears in this item was also British born and educated Gresham and Cambridge. He became an active participant in Irish political life on returning to Ireland in as Marketing Manager of the daily newspaper and organ of Fianna Fail The Irish Press.
He joined Fianna Fail and entered the Dail in During his political career he held a series of cabinet positions and was also at one point Tanaiste deputy prime minister. He was elected President of Ireland in succession to de Valera in and died in office in Annual political party conference, with leader Sean Lemass giving speech.
Diesel train engines unloaded from cargo ship onto quays. Ballsbridge: Winter Bloodstock Sales'. Auctioning of horses. Boys and girls doing the 'Madison' dance. People Fianna Fail, Sean Lemass. Soldiers board and depart on U. Launch ceremony of new container ferry service for Greenore Harbour, Co. Louth, with music by bagpipe band. Includes his signing of book of freedom of city at Dublin's Mansion House with President de Valera and other clergy, and reception at Aras an Uachtarain resident of President. This edition: The first item covers the departure of the second Irish Army battalion to serve with the UN forces in the Congo in the s.
The first unit to serve, the 34th Battalion, went out to the Congo in the course of the summer of Covers the visit of Dr. Nkrumah to Ireland. Greeting at airport, Taoiseach Sean Lemass, public reception. An extended version of Eagran 51 - Item 1. Commentary and intertitles in English. Notes and comments This issue not listed among regular newsreel issues. A one off special issue in the English language.
Production credits The entire Amharc Eireann series was produced by Colm O'Laoghaire, the only person involved with an on-screen credit. The comm. In the Phoenix Park seating for 20, is shown the Archbishop of St. Chesterton are shown. Congress related activities are also seen taking place in provincial towns. Sick children in hospital, De Valera, S. O'Kelly and Archbishop of Dublin. An Austrianvillage, country side, wayside shrines, a Swastika and farmworkers is first shown.
Footage of Paris includes usual tourist attractions. Dublin Bay is shown from the mailboat. Crowds at Dublin Castle watching the departure of Douglas Hyde after his inauguration as President of Ireland is next shown. Ballybunion beach at the mouth of the Shannon. A group of young people pose for camera and two women dance towards camera outside Railway Hotel. Hyde and Eamon de Valera amongst the spectators. German show jumping team win competetion. Notes and comments Biographical details - Rt. Monsignor John M.
Assistant Pastor St. Georges Catholic Church, Ontario, california. O'Kelly as President of Ireland in Presidential group drive to Aras an Uachtarain escorted by cavalry. President greets large group of children outside the Aras. Commemorative events relating to Rebellion. The film charts the difficulties experienced by the multi-denominational Belfast committee in organising events in Belfast and records parade that was held at Cave Hill. Film shows the banning and later the lifting of a ban on a march at Ulster Hall. Shotlist opening shot of committee meeting :general shot of the committee as the new chairman addresses the meeting.
Panning three members as they listen, panning other side of table,shot includes the one woman present. Shot of bill publicising anniversary celebrations. Shot of bill publicising a public meeting. Shot looking down at castle. Shot of front page of the whip:" Ulster home office order meetings banned in centre Belfast'' Front page of Ireland news: ''Stormont Castle bans City centre celebrations.
Gathering on historic hill. The gathering at Mc Arts' Fort. Shot of two other newspapers: ''Belfast tribute to the men of' '98''. Eerie dusk scene at Mc Arts' fort: '98 pilgrims climb their sacred hill. Shot of Care hill with Gothic style house at his foot. Panning the Summit. Closer shot of flag barer, man with ceremonial sword ,men with pikes crowd circled around speaker. Shot of Cathal Mc Criostail addressing the assembled. Shot of Victor Hannay:[ voiceover: ''Presbyterian members of the committee, pays tribute to Jone, a great European democrat''].
Rocks at Summit silhouetted against the evening sky Flags and Figures silhouetted; people moving about; closer shot of flag, people in the dusk,the flags flapping dramatically. Shot of Belfast City Hall, facade and Dome. Shot of unidentified newspaper story:''Hall Refused for Ce'ili'. Shot of committee meeting to discuss the situation and organize a legal challenge. Profile of Sean Mc Ardal, woman member in Background. Jack Mc Googan speaking emphatically.
Shot of Victor Hannay. News pages:'' Ulster Hall ban on '98 meeting may be challenged. Shot of Belfast Telegraph. Inside the Ulster hall, girls of the MD Coy 's school of dancing doing a reel, audience applauding, shot of the orchestra, Denis cox, Irish baritone is introduced. He sings: '' In the memory of the dead.
Shot of audience members behind the singer applauding, another section of the audience applauds, shot of men and women dancing trading partners. Inter title: ''The Patriot Dead'' '' Out of the graves of patriot men and women spring living nations. Hannay holds a wreath. Hannay placing wreath on the grave of Henry Joy Mc Cracken. Wider shot, Hannay and others stand back from the grave. Shot of Mrs Robinson, a direct decendent '' of Jemmy Hope Pan down gravestone of James Hope Templepatrick Cemetery, two women looking at flowers on a grave, people leaving the vicinity.
Shot of Geoff Kennedy, a Presbyterian member of the committee, and others walking next to cathal Mccriostail and carrying wreaths to the grave of William. Kennedy lays the wreath on the grave. They all stand back in thought,one man removes his hat. Shot of the flowers by the gravestestone. Shot f ranks of men on the Falls Rd parading with a banner between two rows of spectators. Shot of with pikes , another banner, young women in school uniforms.
Spectators applauding: two women in foreground laughing. Pipe coming towards and going past camera, spectators, brass band, banners, other marchers. People march with banners identifying their native counties. Victor Hannay speaking into microphone on podium. Panning crowd listening to speeches. Low camera angled up to some of these gathered and ceremonial play possibly the tricolour.
Sources: info taken from item. As yet no info on revious or contemporaryresponses. Date attributionby the commemorative year. Ph Fax The match was between Meath and Cavan. The minor final was played between Kerry and Armagh. The film opens with shots of the Meath team training at Gibbstown before the game. Croke Park before the match is shown, with spectators arriving. The minor match follows and then there are shots of various diginitaries in the stands. The senior teams arrive on the pitch and line up.
Highlights of the seniors' match follow. Shotlist The film opens with the Meath team training at Gibbstown, Co. Meath, a Gaelic Youth Hostel and Irish language training camp. Father Tully, the Meath team trainer is shopwn putting the Meath players through their paces. Sequence of shots showing the players sprinting and stretching. Shots of crowds queueing for entrance on the day of the match. People moving through the crowd and a band marching in front of the old Hogan Stand.
This is followed by some action from the Minor match between Kerry and Armagh. Armagh won the game to The action shown includes an Armagh clearance and an Armagh shot hitting the post. The senior teams are shown coming out on to the field. There is a shot of referee Dan Ryan smiling. The Cavan team posing for photographers. The Artane boys band lead the parade.
The teams stand for the national anthem. The tricolour is shown on top of the Cusack stand followed by a shot of the Hogan stand. The bishop throws the ball in to start the game. A high ball drops into the Cavan goal mouth Peter McDermott, "the man with the cap" fouls a Cavan back and a free out is awarded. Low angle shot of free-out possibly taken by Paddy Smith. Two Meath attacks are shownone with the Cusack stand in the background the other with the Hogan and long stands in the background.
An attack ends in a wide. A man in the crowd is shown throwing the ball back. Paddy Smith takes a Cavan kick out. Long shot of Cavan attack which is cleared by Meath. A Meath attack with a high ball which results in a score but it is not clear who scored it. Kevin Smyth the Meath goalkeeper is shown clearing the ball. A Cavn back passe the ball to his full back Paddy Smithwho clears it but only as far as Paddy O'Connell who sends it back in again.
When the ball breaks the Meath captain Brian Smyth sends over a point. Shot of the scoreboard on Hill 16 reaading Am Mhidhe Cabhan Action in the middle of the field. A shot of a man standing in the crowd exhaling cigarette smoke. Action at the Canal end goal.
Shot of the umpire waving his flag at the Canal end for a Cavan point. Dixon sends the ball into the Cavan full back line. Ashot of the crowd. Meath send in a high ball and the umpires look at each other to see if is a score. The scroe board show Meath in front by to Paddy Meegan solos through the Cavan defence and kicks alow ball.
Morris the Cavan goalkeeper dives on the ball and Peter McDermott dives in feet first. Teh ball comes loose and is finished to the net. The Cavan goalkeeper picks the ball out of the net and Peter McDermott runs pout exciteldly. Shot of the Cavan players running outfield after a Cavan goal not caught on camera. A short sequence shows action from midfield. Action of Meath attacking and. Shot of Meath fee kick cleared by the Cavan backs.
Meath attack again but the ball goes wide. PJ Duke clearing another attack for Cavan. Shot of the crowd. Another Meath attack followed by another shot of the crowd. The score board shows the final score of to for Meath. The crowd rush onto the pitch. A shot of Balney the Armagh captain with the Minor trophy. Togehter they go back down to the pitch.
Tipperary were seeking their fourteenth All Ireland title. The opening sequence shows the town square of Thurles and a shot also of the plaque on the wall of Hayes Hotel, where the Gaelic Athletic Association was founded in On match day the fans are gathered at Croke Park - 'up for the match'. The dignatories there include Taoiseach prime minister John A Costello. The teams come onto the field, first Tipperary led by captain Pat Stakelum and then Laois led by captain P. Rustchitzko Paddy Rusty. The Archbishop of Cashel and Emly Dr. The Teams stand for the national anthem.
The first half action is pretty one sided. By half time Tipperary is leading by 1 goal and 6 points 9 points to Laois' 3 points. At time the Artane Boys Band play. The second half is notable for a 50 yard sideline shot by Sean Kenny of Tipperary which goes over the bar for a point.
The second half is equally one sided as the first half. Tipperary win by 3goals 11points 20points to 3points for Laois. The Laois side did not score once during the second half. With the final whistle there is the traditional pitch invasion by the supporters of the winning team. They carry Tipperary players shoulder high. O Grady, captain of the Tipperary minor team, receives his trophy, having defeated Kilkenny in the minor match curtain raiser to the senior final.
Stakelum goes into the crowd with the Cup. We also see shots of individual Tipperary players and of a Group of Laois players. Notes and comments This film of the highlights of the All Ireland hurling final of is one of a series made by the National Film Institute precursor to the Film Institute of Ireland recording the highlights of the hurling and football finals. The series of films commenced in and ran through to The holding in the Irish Film Archive for the hurling finals is at present incomplete.
There is no film of the finals. Also missing are the and finals. There is an obvious format to the series: setting the scene, the pre-match ceremonies, the game the first half, half time, second half , the end - the pitch invation and award of the trophy. The film is unusual in that it contains opening sequences that visit both training camps as the teams prepare for the final. The All Ireland senior hurling final was a disappointing affair, a highly one sided game.
Tipperary were clear winners by a substantial margin. Laois did not score once during the second half. Among those playing was, on the Laois team, Paddy Lalor. Substitutions P Kenny for Coffey. The match was played on Sunday 4 September before an attendance of 67, Costello, Sean MacBride and Rev. McNevin welcome the Papal Nuncio. Klaxton, guest of President and Mrs O'Kelly. Also visit by various U. O'Kelly attends the ceremony outside the G. Veterans of the Rising and crowds on O'Connell St. A military revue parades past the president.
Item 2: 'Irish Honours St. Patrick' - St. The parade, including pipers and people with banners, and crowds on O'Connell St. Item 3: 'Inauguration of President' - Sean T. O'Kelly's second term. Mayo won the the match by to The film also includes brief coverage of the minor match in which Kerry beat Wexford.
Shotlist The film opens with shots of a crowded O'Connell street, Dublin. Panning shots of an empty Croke Park stadium. A train entering Connolly Station. People walking along O'Connell street. Street traders are selling team colours one of the traders is wearing a Louth cap. Queue of people are waiting to be let into Croke Park. A doll is dressed in Louth jersey. Queue of people taken from above the styles with the Ulster and Connaught flags and the Railway bridge in the background.
Sequence from the Minor match between Kerry and Wexford. Footage includes the throw in, Wexford backs picking the ball out of the net, a Wexford wide and and the final score Kerry Wexford The Louth team are shown posing for the press photographers. A shot of Simon Duignan, former Cavan footballer who is the match referee. The teams are shown marching behind the Artane Boys Band. Shot of the spectators in the Long Stand. Quinn the Bishop of Kilmore throws in the ball to start the match. Shot of the scoreboard at the Hill 16 end Louth Mayo Mayo attack sending in a high ball which is punched twice in the air before going wide.
The scoreboard shows a point for each side. Play after Mayo have scored a goal the camera pans to show the scoreboard reading Mayo Louth Roe for Louth kicks a wide. Durkin picking the ball out of the net after Roe scored a goal. The scoreboard reads Louth Mayo Mayo kick a wide. Louth attack but two players fallover and the Mayo full back gains possession. The umpire waves his flag after another Louth point. Reynolds gets the ball and kicks it into Durkin in the goals. His kick is blocked wide. The scoreboard shows Mayo Louth Umpire after Louth had scored the point which put them ahead.
The scoreboard shows Louth Mayo A brass band march around the field at half-time. Shot of the spectators in in the Long Stand. Eamon Mongey concedes a free to Louth from the throw-in. Louth score a point from the free. Louth attack and Sean Wynne the substitute goalkeeper dives to punch the ball clear. Louth have a narrow wide. Action from the middle of the field over which the commentator says that "Mick Flanagan's goal was a death blow to Louth but a stimulus to the Mayo lads.
Dixon and White shoulder each other as the ball goes over the sideline. Sean Flanagan takes a sideline, setting up an attack which ends when Mick Mulderrig kicks another Mayo point the last score of the game. Action from the middle of the field which results in a free for Louth. Joe Gilvaarry of Killala and Mayo gets a breaking ball which sends his team on an attack but Mc Donald clears for Louth.
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Regan starts a Louth attackand Roger Lynch gets a shot in at the other end which has the goalkeeper Wynne beaten but just goes wide. Action from the middle of the field. Mick Byrne tips the ball out for a 50 after a high Mayo ball deceived backs, forwards and goalkeeper. Padraic Carney's free goes wide. More action from the middle of the field as the commentator says "Reid and others try to rally. Shot of Sean Flanagan with the Sam Maguire.
Shot of Brosnan of Kerry with the Minor trophy. Shots of the crowd on the field. The senior match was between counties Tipperary and Kilkenny. Tipperary were the Champions and therefore looking to retain the title. The minor championship final, the traditional curtain raiser, was between the same two counties, again Tipperary being the incumbents. The film opens in the commentary box from behind Michael O Hehir as he looks on at the match while holding his microphone. Pan along Cusack Stand. A band parades behind the Irish and US flags.
This is followed by a brief sequence from the minor match including a few failed Tipperary attacks, a Kilkenny goal and crowd scenes. The scoreboard shows Tipperary ahead. The final score was Kilkenny 3goals 4points 13points Tipperary 1goal 5points 8points. Before the big game the teams pose for photographs.
There is the traditional pre-match parade of the teams led by the Artane Boys Band. While the teams parade an excited spectator comes on to the field. Kinane comes onto the field to meet the players and the referee. The teams stand for the National anthem. The match is played in windy conditions. Tipperary have the advantage of the wind in the first half.
The hurling is not spectacular. The crowd is entertained by a dong running onto the field of play. At half time Kilkenny are leading by 2points. The half time shots include a long pan along the Cusack Stand. Eight minutes into the second half Tipperary level the scores. Then they edge a point ahead. Wth time running out Tipperary score a goal. Kilkeeny immediately reply with a goal. The match ends in a win for Tipperary, by the narrowest of margins, 1goal 9points 12points in total to 1goal 8points total 11points. The voice over tells us that the Tipperary team are now heading for New York in search of further honours.
Lennon, the Kilkenny minor captain, receives his trophy. Finally, the crowd disperse after the presentations. The final saw Tipperary retain the title, having won it also in It was the closest of games, ending in a one point victory. The match was played on Sunday 3 September. Substitutions Tommy Ryan for 'Sonny' Maher. Substitutes T Walton for W Costigaan. Match attendance was 67, O'Kelly to the vatican in Irish Pilgrims are seen leaving Ireland from Dun Laoghaire by ship. President and later bishops are seen leaving from Dublin airport.