St Finians GAA Swords

Founded 1983

Co. Dublin

BLOODY SUNDAY- ST. FINIANS GAA CLUB REMEMBERS

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On November 21st 1920, 14 people went to a football match at Croke Park between Dublin and Tipperary. 

They never came home. 

Download this Digital Booklet in Irish with information and pictures of that faithful day here.
Bloody Sunday Digital Booklet.

This week, Dublin GAA and The GAA remember Bloody Sunday, ahead of the 100th Anniversary of the tragedy this Saturday. 

DubsTV's Bloody Sunday details the events of that fateful day, narrated by Dublin City Council's Historian-in-residence Cormac Moore. 

Watch it here: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CDCay5rNXn8&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=DublinGAA

This week, we have also heard from family members of those who witnessed the events of November 21st 1920. 

Padraig O'Toole: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iASqBvi0-iM&ab_channel=DublinGAA

Vincent Synnott: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=57sfrlAQyKM&ab_channel=DublinGAA

Dublin GAA will also unveil a plaque at Parnell Park on Saturday, dedicated to the victims of Bloody Sunday, while a commemoration will also be held at Croke Park, before Saturday evening's Leinster Football Final. 

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