Latin tango for Scots and Irish
Scotland’s shinty team’s game against Ireland in New York next year has been postponed – but the Irish have proposed the teams meet in South America.
Planning problems have delayed construction of a new Gaelic Athletic Association venue in New York which would have housed the shinty-hurling international so the game is now pencilled in for 2015.
But during discussions at Inverness at the weekend, the Irish disclosed that they had sent the new unified shinty-hurling sticks to Argentina and suggested Scotland could play Ireland in Buenos Aires under the new experimental iomain version to popularise the game there.
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