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Top: Tipperary (Two Mile Boris)- All-Ireland Hurling Champions 1900. Back Row: James Brown, John Walsh, Mick Purcell, Billy Maher, Mike Wall, "Little Bill" Gleeson, Tommy Ryan, James O'Keeffe. Middle Row: J Stapleton, "Big Bill" Gleeson, Paddy Hayes, Tom Semple, Jack Maher (the field), Tom Cantwell. Front Row: T Nally, M Ryan, N Maher, "Big" Mikey Maher, P Maher "Best", Jack Gleeson, J McCarthy (Kilkenny, the referee with whistle on jacket), Denis O'Keeffe. .Bottom: Ed Barrett has the unique distinction of being the only All-Ireland medal holder to have an Olympic medal. Big Ned was on the London team that sensationally beat Cork in 1901. In the 1908 Olympics in London he won a gold medal with the London Police tug-of-war team. He also won a silver Olympic Medal in wrestling. His brother James was also a great athlete and won the Irish and British AAA shotpug titles in 1911 and 1923.

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Top: Tipperary (Two Mile Boris)- All-Ireland Hurling Champions 1900. Back Row: James Brown, John Walsh, Mick Purcell, Billy Maher, Mike Wall, "Little Bill" Gleeson, Tommy Ryan, James O'Keeffe. Middle Row: J Stapleton, "Big Bill" Gleeson, Paddy Hayes, Tom Semple, Jack Maher (the field), Tom Cantwell. Front Row: T Nally, M Ryan, N Maher, "Big" Mikey Maher, P Maher "Best", Jack Gleeson, J McCarthy (Kilkenny, the referee with whistle on jacket), Denis O'Keeffe. .Bottom: Ed Barrett has the unique distinction of being the only All-Ireland medal holder to have an Olympic medal. Big Ned was on the London team that sensationally beat Cork in 1901. In the 1908 Olympics in London he won a gold medal with the London Police tug-of-war team. He also won a silver Olympic Medal in wrestling. His brother James was also a great athlete and won the Irish and British AAA shotpug titles in 1911 and 1923.