A rainy day but such a warm welcome by the voluntary officers at the centre, even we were offered a coffee for free. The centre explains the very important role of Michael Cusack in education and sport for his Irish people that suffered a lot during the 19th century.
For us hurling was a new sport. The exposition is wonderful and as interested people we learned a lot. A must to visit.
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