thar_lar_spain_hurlCormac Spain has sent us  some images showing how he scaled the highest “free standing” mountain in the world.  The intrepid 2000 player climbed for 5 days to eventually stand on top of Kilimanjaro – the highest point on the African continent.


But there is more to this story than a Cuala Thar Lar entry.  Cormac’s  training with the 2000 Boys stood to him on the toughest day which amounted to a 15 hour hike at altitude (over 19,000 ft) . The Cuala man even played some hurling at 13,000 feet with a Wexford man and a Kerry man! Unbelieveable I hear you say, yes, even the Tanzanian guides couldn’t believe that a Kerryman could play Hurling!


A few days later Cormac pucked around’ with a Masai warrior who showed very fine skills. (An Application Form is being arranged) Later on is this extraordinary trip,  Cormac was lucky enough to visit a local school and got to present the school kids with dozens of jerseys donated by our own U13 lads.



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