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Joe Chirico Nov 27
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Ger Byrne Nov 21
A candle at dusk to remember the 14 innocent lives lost when the Black and Tans opened fire at a Gaelic match
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Damien McKane Nov 21
One of the greatest teams pay their respects!
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Mitchelstown Gaa Nov 21
Nobody sholud ever go to a match and never come home.
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Cookstown Fr. Rock's Nov 21
In proud memory of the 14 gaels who went to a match and never came home.
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Seamus Bradley Nov 22
Tipperary jersey is class
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Darren Kelly Nov 21
Great commemoration very emotional well done
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GreenloughGAC Nov 21
Greenlough lightening up to remember bloody sunday
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donkey chops Nov 21
Replying to @MeathGAA
Good luck lads! Win lose or draw we are very proud of ye guys on this historic night
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peter Fitzpatrick Nov 22
I'd say there was even cork people rooting for tipp today for the day that was in it!!
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shoe_lover Nov 24
Replying to @VirginAustralia
15 years previously with QANTAS and 3 with VIRGIN. Both have my heart ❤️
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Mary Prince Nov 22
Beautiful theatre , great acting and script writing, and so emotional , very moving... well done to all involved .. still time to watch. A Corkonian , but great to see the making it through on such a momentous weekend...
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Official Down GAA Nov 21
Meet the remaining Down Hurling panel for tomorrow’s Christy Ring Final v Kildare
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Clogherinkoe GAA Nov 21
‘In 90 seconds, 14 people lay dead and mortally wounded on the field and banks of Croke Park and on the streets outside. Tonight, 100 years on, we pause to remember them all: the 14 who went to a match, and never came home.' Jack’s Track
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Peter McGrath Jnr Nov 21
Rostrevor remembers . Interestingly it was also on this day a century ago that played their first ever competitive match in the Shanahan Cup vs ‘Hilltown’
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Damien McKane Nov 22
History playing it part in the provincial football finals. Dublin, no surprise there, but Limerick first win in Munster since 1935!
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Na Piarsaigh Óga Nov 21
Tonight, 100 years on, we remember the 14 GAA members who went to the Dublin v Tipperary game in Croke Park and didn’t come home. We shine our lights in Paírc na hPiarsaigh Óga to remember them. 💚 💛 Armagh GAA
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Anne Nov 22
I’m sure Michael Hogan is smiling down with pride 💙💛
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Martin Mulkerrins Nov 22
Up Tipp😎what a win and achievement! Proud of my Tipperary roots today
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Rachel Williams Nov 26
Loved seeing these lovely ladies represent for Zeta Phi Beta at the Macy's Day Thanksgiving Parade. Enjoying watching it with my daughter just as I used to watch it with my gramma.
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