Tipperary – Munster Senior Football Champions 1918
“Even Strong Men Were Moved to Tears”
The Death and Funeral of Michael Hogan
“He was the most inoffensive man I ever knew”
Templederry man and Bloody Sunday victim Daniel Carroll
Tommy Ryan: A Bloody Sunday Witness 1921
Jane Boyle was the only female to die on Bloody Sunday in Croke Park. She was due to be married five days later to Tipperary man Daniel Byron but instead, her life was cut cruelly short. This is her story.
Interview by Paddy Doherty with Bill Ryan (Laha) about Bloody Sunday
Bloody Sunday – A Brief Account
Sunday, November 21st, 1920 saw one of the darkest events in both the history of the GAA and Ireland itself. Here is a brief account on the awful events of that day.
Tipperary’s First All-Ireland Minor Title, 1934
In 1934 the Tipperary footballers won the county’s very first All-Ireland minor football title. Along the way they lost their opening match to Clare and never actually played the final. Here is their story.
Three is a Magic Number
Tipperary’s Three Munster Titles in 1935
The Curious Incident of the Missing Minor Trophy
The Story of the Tipperary Minor Footballers of 1955
Nineteen Eighty-Four – The Last Men in Munster
The Story of the Tipperary Minor Footballers of 1984
Mark Sheahan (Nenagh Éire Óg) reflects on his inter-county career
Read his story here
The Year of the Underdog – The Tipperary Minor Footballers, Munster Champions 1995
1995 Bloody Sunday Commemoration Match Programme
(Click on the link below to see the match programme)
Who fears to speak of ’98? The story of the Tipperary junior football team, Munster and All-Ireland champions 1998