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The first Compromise Rules were drawn up for Hurling-Shinty at the Tailteann Games in 1924, celebrating the revival of Celtic culture. The Ancient Tailteann games were the Celtic version of the Greek Olympic Games, and were played in 1924, 1928, and 1932, with teams and contestants called from all over the world where the Gaelic Diaspora lived.
Scotland won the first of these encounters 2-1, with Ireland winning the third 6-1. The result of the 1928 contest is currently unknown.
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 Anon. (1998) “The series, the results”. Kilkenny People, Friday, March 13, 1998. pg. 42.
 Anon. (1924) “Scots Shinty team beats Ireland” Aberdeen Press and Journal. Monday, August 4, 1924. pg. 8
Copies of the Kilkenny People are available to view online at http://www.irishnewsarchive.com which is a subscription service.
Copies of the Aberdeen Press and Journal are available online at https://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/ which is also a subscription service.
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Thanks to Richard Mulcahy, Conor Connolly-Mulcahy & Dara Conolly-Mulcahy
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