IRELAND OLD NEWS
Ennis Chronicle August 28 1811
Last Sunday, a consequence of extraordinary exertion at a hurley match, by which it is presumed a blood vessel must have been ruptured. Patrick Moran, of Kilbrickane feeling himself exhausted retired a few paces from the scene of contest and had scarcely placed himself in a recumbent position when he expired. An inquest held on the body on Monday by Francis O'Meara, Esq., Coroner and the following verdict returned " Patrick Moran came by his death in consequence of having used violent exertion in hurling and jostling on Sunday the 25th day of August at Knockinane."
Submitted by Declan
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