This year marks the 100th anniversary of the events of Bloody Sunday at Croke Park on November 21, 1920 when 14 people were killed and hundreds more wounded when British Forces opened fire on the crowd attending a Dublin-Tipperary football challenge match.
Amongst the dead was a young Tipperary player, Michael Hogan from Grangemockler, just 24 years old. The Hogan Stand is named in his honour.
We remember this dark day with a series of specially designed gifts made with loving care in Tipperary.
This free standing laser engraved board measures 300x200 mm and includes all the important details of the day - the teams and the names of the 14 victims. Should you wish and for a small extra charge we can also include a picture of Michael Hogan