Translation:Limerick won the All-Ireland final.
I had to look it up. Limerick's last Senior All-Ireland title in Hurling was in 1973.
In football, it was 1896!!!!!
(In fairness, they did play and lose in the Senior Hurling Final in 2007, and they won the All-Ireland at Under-21 in 2002, according to Wikipedia)
Bhuaigh Luimneach Cluiche Ceannais na hÉireann!!!!
Luimneach 3-16 - Gaillimh 2-18
19ú Lúnasa, 2018
Evidently, someone on the Duolingo Irish team is a Limerick supporter :P
They won the Under-21 hurling final in 2015.
I think that last happened before Setanta had that dust up with Culainn's hound
Comhghairdeas Luimneach, seaimpíní 2018! Limerick All-Ireland Hurling Champions 2018!
Doing the course in 2019, this one makes a lot more sense now than when it was written.
It won't let me be lazy and say "all ireland final" I have to put in the hyphen?
"na" is the "the". "Cluiche Ceannais na hÉireann" is a genitive phrase, and "Éireann" is femine, so "na" is used, even in the singular. "Cluiche Ceannais na hÉireann" is how you say "the All-Ireland Final" in Irish.
Pronunciation question: I think I hear her saying "cliffuh" and the exemplar from the pronunciation database on teanglann.ie for the Connacht dialect seems to be the same. Am I hearing that correctly? Or is it a voiceless velar fricative "ch" that my computer speakers just aren't handling well.
You're hearing all of those recordings correctly - cluiche is pronounced with an f sound in Connacht.