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Poc Fada, the All Ireland Championships

Welcome to AnPocFada.net, here you will find a constant source of information about this year's championship and those of yesteryear.The aim of the website is to bring as much information as we can compile into one online resource stretching all the way back to the first Poc Fada on Annaverna Mountain in 1960.

Annaverna Mountain Cooley PeninsulaAnnaverna Mountain as seen from Dowdallshill, Dundalk, County Louth.

The 2013 All Ireland Poc Fada Champions.

All Ireland Poc Fada Winners 2013Under 16 Champion Jack Coyne of Galway, Senior Champion for the 7th time Brendan Cummins of Tipperary and Camogie Champion for the 5th time Patricia Jackman of Waterford.

Photographs © Shay Larkin

AnPocFada.net will keep you up to date with current County & Provincial competition news, results, photographs as well as videos, features, the history, the role of honour, Hall of Fame, the All Ireland finals and the location involved. 


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