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The most popular competition, the National Hurling League, features 180 matches per season giving you plenty of action to bet on throughout the year.

What’s more, at the end of every season is the famous All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship, the most prestigious tournament in hurling.

Punters can also bet on several other competitions including the Christy Ring Cup and the Nicky Rackard Cup.

If you’re a fan of hurling, keep an eye on MansionBet for the best betting information.


Hurling is an Irish sport played between two teams of 15 players each over two halves of 30 minutes. The pitch dimensions and goal post layout are the same as Gaelic Football, Ireland’s other popular sport.

The object of the game is for your team to score more points than the opposing team. To score, a player has to hit the ball (or sliotar) using the stick (or hurley) into the net or over the crossbar and between the posts.

If the ball goes into the net, three points are awarded and if the ball goes over the bar and between the posts, one point is awarded.

To move the ball up the pitch, a player has several of options. They can balance or control the ball by hitting it off the hurley while running, pass the ball by hitting it with the hurley (either out of your hands or on the ground), kicking the ball or flicking the ball up with the hurley or foot.

A player can also catch the ball with one hand and hand pass by slapping the ball with an open palm. However, a player cannot handle the ball when it is on the ground, throw the ball or hurley, take more than four steps with the ball in hand and handle the ball more than twice in a single possession.

Defenders have limited options when it comes to stopping the opposing team from scoring. Players can make shoulder to shoulder contact with player who have the ball, or the nearest player to the ball. Defenders can also block passes and shots using the hurley.

If a foul is awarded, or the ball goes out of play, a Puck is given. A Puck is a restart in play. If the ball goes over the sidelines, a Puck is given to the opposite team at the nearest line.

If the ball goes over the backline, a Puck Out is awarded to the opposing team from the 65 metre line. If a foul is committed, a Free Puck is awarded from the site of the foul.

If a foul is committed when there is a goal-scoring opportunity, a Penalty Puck is given. The ball is placed at the 20 metre line, and the attacking player gets a free shot on goal, with a goalkeeper and two defenders on the line trying to prevent a goal.


Hourling is older than the recorded history of Ireland and is thought to predate Christianity, arriving in the country with the Celts. Oral history of the sport suggests it goes back as far as 1200 BC. 

Its origins lie in games such as shinty (played primarily in Scotland), cammag (played on the Isle of Man) and bando which used to be played in England and Wales.

Hurling was said to have been played in ancient times by teams from neighbouring villages. Hundreds of players would represent their village against their rivals and games would last several hours or even days.

Injuries were common in the early form of the game, but this changed dramatically in the mid 1800s with the introduction of the ball after endless lobbying by Sir William Arthur Clement. Soon after, the hurley stick was flattened and the infamous 'Claddagh' spikes were removed.

The first modern attempts to standardise and codify the game with a set of formal written rules came with the foundation of the Irish Hurling Union at Trinity College Dublin in 1879. The union aimed ‘to draw up a code of rules for all clubs in the union and to foster that manly and noble game of hurling in this, its native country’.

At the Hayes Hotel in 1884, the Gaelic Athletic Association was founded which organised the game around a common set of written rules. By 1891 the first All-Ireland hurling final was played with Kerry winning the inaugural championship. 

However, through the 20th century, Cork, Kilkenny and Tipperary dominated hurling with each county winning more than 20 All-Ireland titles each.

Wexford, Waterford, Clare, Limerick, Offaly, Antrim, Dublin, and Galway were also strong hurling counties during this time. To this day, hurling is Ireland’s second most popular sport (behind Gaelic Football).


The most well-known and prestigious hurling league is the National Hurling League which is based in Ireland.

The league is split into three divisions, which are then split into A and B divisions, forming six divisions in total in the league - 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B.

Teams can be relegated and promoted from the divisions, with losers of the relegation play-off in Division 1A being relegated to Division 1B and so forth.

There’s plenty of hurling action during the season for you to bet on. With professional teams such as Kilkenny and Tipperary consistently putting in high performances and entertaining matches, there’s never a dull moment when betting during the hurling season.


The biggest tournament in the hurling calendar is the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship. From July to August, twelve of the top teams compete across quarter-finals, semi-finals and the final to lift the Liam MacCarthy Cup.

To put the importance of the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship into some context, CNN listed it as number two in its list ‘10 sporting events you have to see live’, being beaten only by the Olympic Games for its significance.

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