Bloody Sunday Events Update

The Tipperary GAA Bloody Sunday Commemoration Committee have confirmed the following updates to their programme of events

The Tipperary team gathered around the spot where Michael Hogan died. This photograph hung in the family pub of Jimmy McNamara in Cahir. Jimmy played centre forward on Bloody Sunday and was part of the 1920 All-Ireland winning team.





Sadly, due to the Covid 19 outbreak the majority of events planned to commemorate Bloody Sunday had to be postponed until 2021. However, the following events are confirmed but subject to government guidelines in relation to the Coronavirus.

  • Friday, August 21st: Wreath laying ceremony at the grave of Jimmy McNamara in Cahir, followed by a lecture entitled “Bloody Sunday: Victims and Witnesses” (subject to approval).
  • Saturday, September 5th: Wreath laying ceremony in Mullinahone at the graves of the six members of the Bloody Sunday team (Jim Egan, Bill Barrett, Jimmy Doran, Jack Kickham, Jackie Brett and Mick Nolan).
  • Wednesday, October 21st: Lecture by award-winning journalist and author of The Bloodied Field, Michael Foley, in Fethard. Further details closer to the event.
  • Saturday, November 21st: Ceremony in Croke Park at the Leinster senior football final. Further details to be confirmed.
  • Sunday, November 22nd: Statue unveiling in Grangemockler of Michael Hogan.

 All other events that were planned will be rescheduled for late 2020 and throughout 2021. 

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Season Tickets/Passes Ticket claiming Procedure for upcoming senior games

In order to give an understanding of the challenges we face trying to cater for everyone, the county has over 1,400 passes between Croke Park Club Plus, Co Board Season Tickets (€120) and Co Board Concessionary Passes (€25). In order to track attendance and traceability, all these pass holders must have a ticket from our new ticket system to attend all club fixtures this year and present this ticket on entry for scanning with their appropriate pass/season ticket.
As a result you must first register your details on the new ticketing system in order to access the code for their permit to attend their chosen game(s). Tipperary GAA will release the registration details early next week W/C July 13th.
Our season ticket holders/pass holders will all get priority for a limited time period each week (TBA W/C July 13th) to obtain a ticket for their selected game before tickets are placed on public sale but we cannot guarantee availability for the popular games as they will be on a first-come-first-served basis.
When you are registered there will be a section on the Tipperary website for pass holders:  (TBA W/C July 13th) where users will log in based on their registration details provided and then claim one ticket. Season ticket holders and pass members are reminded that you will only be able to claim one ticket for one game each day.
You will need to provide an email address, phone number and name for your ticket for contact tracing purposes. Tickets will only scan once a day at the game that ticket is valid for. Tickets scanned twice will appear on the scanner and you will NOT be permitted entry. Please produce your ticket on your phone or print out and pass at the game.