Definitions for "Hurley"
A hurley, also known as a camán (the Irish word), and lesser known as hurl, a hurley stick, or (jocular eye dialect) shtick, is a wooden stick measuring between 70 and 100 cm (26 to 40 inches) long with a flattened, curved end (called the bas), used to hit a sliotar (leather ball) in the Irish sport of hurling. It is also used in camogie, the female equivalent, and there often called a camogie stick.