Bloody Sunday Commemoration At Croke Park.
Former players remember the 14 who were shot dead in Croke Park on Bloody Sunday 1965 as they attended a Dublin v Tipp match. Among the dead were Tipperary fullback Michael Hogan, after whom the Hogan Stand is named.
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- 1965 - Bloody Sunday Commemoration before Dublin and Tipperary