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Glossary to the Rules

An Poc Fada Rules Glossary
Glossary

Réiteoirí = Referees (Records the scores recieved from the Feighlí Scoir - based at the Start/Finish)

Feighlí Scoir = Score Keeper

Gasóg = (The flag bearer who shows the Hurler/Camog the direction of the course using the course markers for reference) - Scout

Giolla = ( The Flag bearer who marks the position of the Sliotar's resting place after each puck) - Marker

Maor = Judge - Marshal - Steward (The Marshal that accompanies each Hurler)

Camán = Hurling stick - Hurley (the stick used to hit the ball - made of Ash)

Sliothar = Hurling Ball (Sliotar)

Éiric = Penalty

Poc = Hit - Puck (The hitting of the Sliotar)

Score-tab = A numbered tab put on the score pole - the number denoting the number of pucks taken.

Score pole = The pole placed at the sliotar's landing position to record the number of pucks taken.

Meitheal = Team - Working group - Bunch - Gang (Work)

Bunline = Bottom Line - Baseline

Source of translation - www.focal.ie & www.irishdictionary.ie

Rules taken from official programme 2006/2007/2009 (spelling & punctuation may vary slightly).


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