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GAA Discussion / Finishing on the Day -
« on: July 05, 2018, 07:05:30 PM »
Here is the link from GAA website.

http://www.gaa.ie/sportteller-content/stories/1/1/da3cc421-de34-4bdf-acdf-8588f1e77048/index.html#Slide_40

Note that the football free taking contest will have kicks from 33m out (top of the D).

RTE article states kicks will be from the 45...https://www.rte.ie/sport/gaa/2018/0705/976624-free-taking-comp/

Hopefully the referees will be aware of the rules of the competition and have the kicks taken from the correct distance.


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GAA Discussion / Munster Football Championships 2018
« on: April 11, 2018, 02:03:42 AM »
Munster Football Championships 2018

Minor

QF1: 11 April Cork v Waterford in Pairc Ui Rinn 7pm
QF2: 11 April Tipperary v Kerry in Thurles 7pm
QF3: 11 April Clare v Limerick in Ennis 6:30pm

Play-off 1: 18 April Loser QF2 v Loser QF3
Play-off 2: 25 April Loser QF1 v Winner of Play-off 1

SF1: 8 May Winner QF1 v Winner QF2
SF2: 8 May Winner QF3 v Winner Play-off 2

Final: 23 June

U-20

QF1: 16 June Cork v Tipperary in Pairc Ui Rinn 7:30pm
QF2: 15 June Limerick v Kerry in Gaelic Grounds 7:30pm

SF1: 22 June Clare v Winner QF1
SF2: 22 June Waterford v Winner QF2

Final: 29 June

Senior

QF1: 19 May Clare v Limerick in Gaelic Grounds 7pm
QF2: 19 May Tipperary v Waterford in Thurles 7pm

SF1: 3 June Kerry v Clare or Limerick in Killarney 3:30pm
SF2: 26 May or 2 June Cork v Tipperary or Waterford

Final: Saturday 23 June 7pm


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GAA Discussion / Munster Colleges Final postponed due to tragedy
« on: February 23, 2018, 09:55:07 PM »
Scheduled for Saturday 24 Feb, the Corn Ui Mhuiri Munster Colleges final between PCD (Dingle) and Tralee CBS has been postponed due to an injury to a PCD pupil.

www.irishexaminer.com/breakingnews/sport/corn-ui-mhuiri-final-postponed-after-serious-injury-to-young-player-829631.html

Hope the young lad pulls through.

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GAA Discussion / All-Ireland Club Championships January-March 2018
« on: January 03, 2018, 01:12:23 AM »
All-Ireland Club Championships January-March 2018

Senior Football

21 January: Fulham Irish (London) v Corofin (Galway) 1pm in Ruislip, London
17 February: Fulham Irish or Corofin v Moorefield (Kildare)
24 February: Nemo Rangers (Cork) v Slaughneil (Derry) 4:30pm in Portlaoise

17 March: Final in Croke Park

Intermediate Football

21 January: Michael Glavey’s (Roscommon) v Kilanerin (Wexford) 2pm in Tullamore
21 January: An Ghaeltacht (Kerry) v Moy (Tyrone) 2pm in Portlaoise

3 February: Final

Junior Football
20 January: Lahardane Gaels (Mayo) v Multyfarnham (Westmeath) 2pm Dr. Hyde Park, Roscommon
20 January: Knocknagree (Cork) v Naomh Colmcille (Donegal) 2pm Mullingar

3 February: Final

Senior Hurling

10 February: Na Piarsaigh (Limerick) v Slaughtneil (Derry) 2pm Parnell Park
10 February: Liam Mellows (Galway) v Cuala (Dublin) 4pm Thurles

17 March: Final Croke Park

Intermediate Hurling

20 January: Toureen (Mayo) v St. Patrick’s, Ballyragget (Kilkenny) 2pm Gaelic Grounds, Limerick
21 January: Kanturk (Cork) v Middletown Na Fianna (Armagh) 2pm in Newbridge

4 February: Final

Junior Hurling

20 January: Sylane (Galway) v St. Mogues, Fethard (Wexford) 3pm Parnell Park
21 January Ardmore (Waterford) v Setanta (Donegal) 2pm in Navan

4 February: Final

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General discussion / The Official World Cup 2018 Thread
« on: November 16, 2017, 05:14:36 AM »
POT 1:  Russia, Germany, Brazil, Portugal, Argentina, Belgium, Poland, France.

POT 2:  Spain, Peru, Switzerland, England, Colombia, Mexico, Uruguay, Croatia.

POT 3:  Denmark, Iceland, Costa Rica, Sweden, Tunisia, Egypt, Senegal, Iran.

POT 4: Serbia, Nigeria, Australia, Japan, Morocco, Panama, South Korea, Saudi Arabia.

No teams from the same confederation, with the exception of UEFA, which could have up to two teams in the same group, will be drawn into the same group.

The Final Draw will take place on Friday 1 December at Moscow’s State Kremlin Palace.

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GAA Discussion / Munster Club Championships 2017
« on: September 18, 2017, 07:00:11 PM »
Senior Football

QF:  29 Oct.  Dr. Crokes or Kerins O'Rahilly's (Kerry) v Clonmel Commercials or Killenaule (Tipperary)
QF: 30 Oct.  Nemo Rangers or St. Finbarrs (Cork) v (Waterford)

SF:  12 Nov.  (Kerry) or (Tipperary) v Clondegad, Kilmurry-Ibrickane, St. Josephs Miltown-Malbay or Cratloe (Clare)
SF: 12 Nov.  (Cork) or (Waterford) v Adare or Newcastle West  (Limerick)

Final: 26 Nov

Intermediate Football

QF:  29 Oct. Moycarkey-Borris, Kiladangan, Clonoulty-Rossmore or Clonmel Óg (Tipperary) v St Senans or Galbally (Limerick) 
QF: 29 Oct.  (Waterford) v Mallow or St Michaels (Cork)

SF:  12 Nov. (Tipperary) or (Limerick)  v Kilmihil (Clare)
SF:  12 Nov. (Waterford) or (Cork) v An Ghaeltacht or Templenoe (Kerry)

Final:  26 Nov

Junior Football

QF:  5 Nov.  (Cork) v Sean Treacys, Ballylooby-Castlegrace or Knockavilla Kickhams (Tipperary)
QF:  5 Nov.  (Clare) v Dromid Pearses or Firies (Kerry)

SF: 19 Nov.  (Cork) or (Tipperary) v (Waterford)
SF: 19 Nov.  (Clare) or (Kerry) v Galtee Gaels, Kilteely/Dromkeen, Croom or Kildimo/Pallaskenry(Limerick)

Final 3 Dec. in Mallow


Senior Hurling

QF:  22 Oct (Waterford) v Thurles Sarsfields or Borris-Ileigh (Tipperary)
SF:  5 Nov.  (Waterford) or (Tipperary) v Sixmilebridge or Clooney-Quin (Clare)
SF: 5 Nov.  Kilmallock or Na Piarsaigh (Limerick) v Sarsfields, Blackrock or Na Piarsaigh (Cork)

Final: 19 Nov 

Intermediate Hurling

QF:  22 Oct. Kanturk or Mallow (Cork) v St Mary’s or Gortnahoe Glengoole (Tipperary)
QF:  22 Oct.  Kilmaley or Tubber (Clare) v Murroe-Boher or Garryspillane (Limerick)

SF:  5 Nov. Lixnaw or Ballyduff (Kerry Senior Champions) v (Cork) or (Tipperary)
SF:  5 Nov. (Clare) or (Limerick) v (Waterford)

Final: 19 Nov 

Junior Hurling

QF:  29 Oct.  Ballybacon-Grange (Tipperary) v (Kerry Intermediate Champions)
QF:  29 Oct.  Rathkeale, St. Patrick’s or Feenagh Kilmeedy (Limerick) v (Waterford)

SF: 12 Nov.  (Tipperary) or (Kerry Intermediate Champions) v (Cork)
SF: 12 Nov.  (Limerick) or (Waterford) v Boydke or Ennistymon (Clare)

Final: 3 Dec.  in Mallow

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GAA Discussion / All-Ireland Junior Football Championship 2017
« on: June 27, 2017, 10:22:04 PM »
All-Ireland Semi Finals set for Saturday 22 July.

Leitrim v Kerry

Britain v Meath  (Britain's final is Warwickshire v Kilkenny on Saturday 1 July)


Kerry beat Cork tonight AET to claim the Munster Championship on a score of 4-24 to 3-20, sides were level at 2-17 apiece after 60 minutes.  No defences must have shown up in Pairc Ui Rinn.

Any idea why Ulster doesn't enter a team?

Final set for 5 August.






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General discussion / Staff meeting at the Palace
« on: May 04, 2017, 07:37:37 AM »
Anyone clued in to the agenda of this meeting?

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With the issues of the last few days on the board, I was wondering what would we do if she passed on to the great cyberhole of wherever.

What will we do if this place is gone?  Having a more active presence on the county forum is the most logical choice - assuming the mods are reasonable.

What other options are there?

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GAA Discussion / Munster Senior and Minor Football Championship 2017
« on: April 06, 2017, 09:06:37 PM »
Munster Senior Football Championship 2017

Quarter-Final 1:  Waterford v Cork, Dungarvan, 27 or 28 May
Quarter-Final 2:  Clare v Limerick, Ennis, 27 or 28 May

Semi-final 1: Kerry v Clare or Limerick, Ennis or Killarney, 10 or 11 June
Semi-final 2: Tipperary v Cork or Waterford, Pairc Ui Rinn or Thurles, 10 June 5pm

Final: 2 July


Minor Football Championship

QF 1: Tipperary v Cork, Thurles, 12 April
QF 2: Kerry v Clare, Tralee, 12 April
QF 3: Limerick v Waterford, Limerick 12 April

Play-off 1: Kerry/Clare loser v Waterford/Limerick loser, 19 April
QF 4/Play-off 2: Winner of Play-off 1 v Tipperary/Cork loser, 26 April

Semi-final 1:  10 May
Semi-final 1:  10 May

Final 1:  2 July



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Senior Football
Feb 11:  Corofin (Galway) v Dr. Crokes (Kerry) in Limerick;  St. Vincents (Dublin) v Slaughtneil (Derry) in Newry
March 17 Final in Croke Park

Intermediate Football
Jan 29: Westport (Mayo) v Kenmare (Kerry) in Ennis; St. Colmcilles (Meath) v Pomeroy (Tyrone) in Armagh
Feb 19: Final in Croke Park

Junior Football:
Jan 29: Louisburgh (Mayo) v Glenbeigh/Glencar (Kerry) in Limerick; Dunedin Connolly’s (Edinburgh) v Rock St. Patricks (Tyrone) in Armagh
Feb 19: Final in Croke Park

Senior Hurling
Feb 4: St. Thomas (Galway) v Ballyea (Clare) in Thurles
Feb 25: Cuala (Dublin) v Slaughtneil (Derry) in Armagh
March 17: Final in Croke Park

Intermediate Hurling
Jan 14 Quarter Final: Robert Emmetts (London) v St. Brigids (Antrim) in London
Jan 29 Semi Finals: Ath Eascrach/Fothaine Ahascragh/Fohenagh (near Ballinasloe in Galway) v Lismore (Waterford) in Tullamore; Carrickshock (Kilkenny) v QF Winner, venue to be confirmed

Junior Hurling
Jan 29: Calry/St. Josephs (Sligo) v Mayfield (Cork) in Tullamore; Mooncoin (Kilkenny) v Lamh Dearg (Antrim) in Trim
Feb 18: Final in Croke Park


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GAA Discussion / County by County performance in qualifiers era
« on: November 05, 2016, 02:08:55 AM »
Since the qualifiers started in 2001 here is the spread of performances, showing the number of counties in each category.

Multiple All-Ireland titles: 3 (Kerry 5, Dublin 4, Tyrone 3)
Single All-Ireland title: 4 (Galway, Armagh, Cork, Donegal)
Finalist, but no title: 3 (Meath, Mayo, Down)

Semi-finalist, but never made it to the final: 5 (Derry, Fermanagh, Wexford, Kildare, Tipperary)

Quarter-finalist, but never made it to the semi-final: 8 (Westmeath, Roscommon, Sligo, Laois, Monaghan, Limerick, Cavan, Clare)

Leaving those who never made it to a quarter-final: 10 (Waterford, Leitrim, Antrim, Longford, Louth, Carlow, Wicklow, Offaly, London, New York).

So...7 different winners, 10 different finalists, 15 different semi-finalists, 23 different quarter-finalists, 10 failed to get to a quarter-final, and one county never entered (Kilkenny).

Any surprises in all that?



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GAA Discussion / Munster Club Championships 2016
« on: October 25, 2016, 04:39:15 AM »
Munster Club Championships 2016...no county has finished their junior championships yet.

Senior Football
QF:  30 Oct.  Kilmurry/Ibrickane (Clare) v Dr. Crokes (Kerry)
QF: 30 Oct.  Monaleen (Limerick) v Carbery Rangers (Cork)
SF:  13 Nov.  Tipperary winners v Kilmurry/Ibrickane (Clare) or Dr. Crokes (Kerry)
SF: 13 Nov.  Waterford winners v Monaleen (Limerick) or Carbery Rangers (Cork)
Final on 27 Nov

Intermediate Football
QF:  30 Oct.  Fethard (Tipperary) v Kenmare (Kerry)
QF: Adare (Limerick) w/o Waterford (scr.)
SF:  13 Nov. Kilfenora (Clare) v Fethard (Tipperary) or Kenmare (Kerry)
SF:  13 Nov. Kiskeam (Cork) v Adare (Limerick)
Final on 27 Nov

Junior Football
QF:  6 Nov.  Kerry winners v Waterford winners
QF:  6 Nov.  Cork winners v Clare winners
SF: 20 Nov.  Tipperary winners v Cork winners or Clare winners
SF: 20 Nov.  Limerick winners v Kerry winners or Waterford winners
Final on 4 December in Mallow

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GAA Discussion / Kerry v Tyrone
« on: July 16, 2012, 08:51:15 AM »
Let's get it started.

The end for one team or the other?

Especially Kerry...not much coming through.

i suppose it would only be fitting that Tyrone would drive that final nail.

Or is there something that Kerry can produce at home....

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Weeshie Fogarty says:  No County has a publication that even comes close to the level of detail presented in Niall Flynn’s “36 and Counting…Kerry’s Football Story to 2009”

It’s amazing despite being the most successful football county in Ireland that some scribe has not put pen to paper earlier and record for posterity the names and achievements of the long list of Kerry men who have worn the green and gold with such distinction.  This book rights a terrible wrong; that of not remembering our past as it should be.  This magnificent publication is a tribute to all those great men who donned the green and gold for their county through the decades.

Between the covers of this book are the names and achievements, not alone of the Kerry players who have won the coveted Celtic cross on All Ireland final day in Croke Park, but also, and for me more importantly, the names of the unknown and almost-forgotten men who gave their all for the sake of their county without achieving the glory of an All Ireland medal. 

The teams, the names, the facts, the figures, the scorers, the opponents, the dates are all brought together here for you in one superb publication for the very first time. What Niall has published is one of the greatest contributions to the story of Kerry football since The Kerryman’s legendary GAA reporter, Paddy Foley, published his history of Kerry football in 1944. That work was entitled simply “Kerry’s Football Story”.   Niall includes the same words here as a small tribute to PF’s account.

Niall's addition of a short summary of news events, both at home and abroad, for each year adds a touch that will educate, recall, and enlighten all of his readers to events long since forgotten. This section of the publication is fascinating in its own right. I am fully convinced that a copy of this publication will in time rest in every GAA home in Kerry and beyond. On this score it is a must. It will settle many an argument and browsing through its 400 pages or so will pass many an idle hour during those long winter evenings. 

Most importantly of all, Niall has now assured that those men who donned the jersey even once with their beloved county have not been forgotten or erased from history’s pages but thankfully have been written into the pages of Kerry’s amazing football story.

Statistics on Players are from 1928-2009, while County Statistics go from 1884-2009:

Top 20 Scorers (goals and points combined); Top Goal Scorers; Top Points-only scorers;
Top Average per Game Scorers (20 game minimum); Top Scorers in an Individual Game;
Most Goals-only in One Game; Most Points-only in One Game;
Top Appearances from 1928-2009 – the 36 with 40; Darragh Ó’Sé - Details of an Ironman
All the Goalkeepers 1928-2009; Top 6 Family Names.

Kerry’s Record when scoring x (goals and points combined) expressed as a percentage.
Kerry’s Record when Scoring Goals; Kerry’s Record when Conceding Goals;
Goal Scoring Differential Analysis; Kerry’s Record Points-only; Replay Records;
Kerry’s Biggest Winning Margins; Kerry’s Greatest Losing Margins
County by County and Province by Province Records 1884-2009;

Instead of an index, the book has a Register of Players, which reads as a players CV, for example, the 5 players with last name starting with "A" that played Championship Football for Kerry since 1928 are:

Aherne, Darren; 1995; (1-1) in 1 appearance      
Aherne, Pat; 1963; 1 appearance
Aherne, Roger; 1928; 1 appearance      
Ashe, Mickey; 1959; 1 appearance
Ashe, Tom; 1949-1953; (4-9) in 9 appearances

EACH DECADE STARTS LIKE THIS:
1970 - 1979   Summary of the Decade
Kerry played 35 games, scoring 84-531, conceding 34-353.

Munster Championship titles: 7 (1970, 1972, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979)
All Ireland titles: 4 (1970, 1975, 1978, 1979)

National League titles: 5 (1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1977)
U-21 titles: 4 (1973, 1975, 1976, 1977) Minor titles: 1 (1975)

Top Scorers: Mike Sheehy (17-88), Pat Spillane (12-48), Mick O’Dwyer (2-78)

Top Points-only scorers: Mike Sheehy (88), Mick O’Dwyer (78)

Top Goals-only scorers: Mike Sheehy (17), Pat Spillane (12)

Most Appearances: John O’Keeffe (34), Paudie Lynch (27)

 
1970
Kerry 2-19 Limerick 2-5;
Munster Final: Kerry 2-22 Cork 2-9;
All-Ireland semi-final: Kerry 0-23 Derry 0-10;
All-Ireland Final: Kerry 2-19 Meath 0-18.

1971
Kerry 1-14 Tipperary 1-7;
Munster Final: Cork 0-25 Kerry 0-14.

1972
Kerry 1-12 Tipperary 0-9;
Munster Final: Kerry 2-21 Cork 2-15; 
All-Ireland semi-final: Kerry 1-22 Roscommon 1-12;
All-Ireland Final: Kerry 1-13 Offaly 1-13;
Replay: Offaly 1-19 Kerry 0-13.

1973
Kerry 3-11 Tipperary 0-5;
Munster Final: Cork 5-12 Kerry 1-15.

1974
Kerry 7-16 Waterford 0-8;
Munster Final: Cork 1-11 Kerry 0-7.

1975
Kerry 3-13 Tipperary 0-9;
Munster Final: Kerry 1-14 Cork 0-7;
All-Ireland semi-final: Kerry 3-13 Sligo 0-5;
All-Ireland Final: Kerry 2-12 Dublin 0-11.

1976
Kerry 3-17 Waterford 0-6;
Munster Final: Kerry 0-10 Cork 0-10;
Replay: Kerry 3-20 Cork 2-19;
All-Ireland semi-final: Kerry 5-14 Derry 1-10;
All-Ireland Final: Dublin 3-8 Kerry 0-10.

1977
Kerry 3-14 Tipperary 0-9;
Munster Final: Kerry 3-15 Cork 0-9;
All-Ireland semi-final: Dublin 3-12 Kerry 1-13.

1978
Kerry 4-27 Waterford 2-8;
Munster Final: Kerry 3-14 Cork 3-7;
All-Ireland semi-final: Kerry 3-11 Roscommon 0-8;
All-Ireland Final: Kerry 5-11 Dublin 0-9.

1979
Kerry 9-21 Clare 1-9;
Munster Final: Kerry 2-14 Cork 2-4;
All-Ireland semi-final: Kerry 5-14 Monaghan 0-7;
All-Ireland Final: Kerry 3-13 Dublin 1-8.
 
A TYPICAL YEAR:      1971

Summary: Played two championship games, lost Munster Final.

Game 1 - versus Tipperary in Killarney on June 13.  Final Score:  Kerry 1-14; Tipperary 1-7.
 
                                Johnny Culloty

Donie O’Sullivan   Paud O’Donoghue   Derry Crowley   

Tom Prendergast   John O’Keeffe (0-1)   Micheál Ó’Sé
      
       Mick O’Connell   DJ Crowley (0-1)

Brendan Lynch (0-4)   Pat Griffin (0-1)   Eamon O’Donoghue   

Mick Gleeson (0-1)   Liam Higgins   Mick O’Dwyer (1-6)

No substitutes used.

Game 2 - Munster Final versus Cork in Cork on July 18.  Final Score: Cork 0-25; Kerry 0-14.   
 
Johnny Culloty

Donie O’Sullivan   Paud O’Donoghue   Seamus MacGearailt   

Tom Prendergast   John O’Keeffe       Micheál Ó’Sé
      
Mick O’Connell (0-2)   DJ Crowley

Brendan Lynch (0-2)   Pat Griffin       Eamon O’Donoghue (0-1)   

       Mick Gleeson (0-2)   Liam Higgins      Mick O’Dwyer (0-7)

Substitutes: Paudie Lynch for Pat Griffin, Mickey O’Sullivan for Eamon O’Donoghue, Donal Kavanagh for Brendan Lynch.

Scorers for the Year: Mick O’Dwyer (1-13), Brendan Lynch (0-6), Mick Gleeson (0-3), Mick O’Connell (0-2), John O’Keeffe (0-1), DJ Crowley (0-1), Pat Griffin (0-1), Eamon O’Donoghue (0-1).

Total Scored:  1-28

Appearances: 

2 - Johnny Culloty, Donie O’Sullivan, Paud O’Donoghue, Tom Prendergast, John O’Keeffe, Micheál Ó’Sé, Mick O’Connell, DJ Crowley, Brendan Lynch, Pat Griffin, Eamon O’Donoghue, Mick Gleeson, Liam Higgins, Mick O’Dwyer.
1 - Derry Crowley, Seamus MacGearailt, Paudie Lynch, Mickey O’Sullivan, Donal Kavanagh.


1971 - GAA Winners:

All-Irelands:  Senior Football:  Offaly  Minor Football:  Mayo     Under-21 Football:  Cork

National Leagues:  Football: Kerry   Hurling: Limerick

Senior Hurling:  Tipperary

Kerry Co. Champions:  Football:  Mid-Kerry     Hurling:  Kilmoyley

1971 Football All-Stars:

P.J.Smyth (Galway), Johnny Carey (Mayo), Jack Cosgrove (Galway), Donie O'Sullivan (Kerry), Eugene Mulligan (Offaly), Nicholas Clavin (Offaly), Pat Reynolds (Meath), Liam Sammon (Galway), Willie Bryan (Offaly), Tony McTague (Offaly), Ray Cummins (Cork), Mickey Kearns (Sligo), Andy McCallin (Antrim), Sean O'Neill (Down), Seamus Leydon (Galway).

1971 - In The News: 

•   The Eurovision Song Contest is held in Dublin. Presented by Bernadette Ní Ghallchóir, it is the first colour broadcast by RTÉ.
•   The GAA votes to lift its ban on members participating in “foreign games” such as soccer, rugby and cricket.
•   Seán Lemass, Taoiseach from 1959 to 1966, dies in Dublin aged 71. He was active during the 1916 Easter Rising, the War of Independence and the Civil War.
•   Members of the Irish Women's Liberation Movement return to Dublin by train from Belfast bringing contraceptives as a protest against the law banning their importation.
•   The Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP) announces that it is withdrawing from Stormont.
•   Internment without trial is introduced in Northern Ireland. Over 300 republicans are “lifted” in pre-dawn raids. Some Loyalists are later arrested.
•   British troops begin clearing operations in Belfast following the worst rioting in years in August. Taoiseach Jack Lynch calls for an end to the Stormont administration.
•   A rally takes place in Dublin in September in support of a campaign of civil disobedience in Northern Ireland.
•   The government defeats a motion of no confidence in Minister for Defence, Jim Gibbons.
•   Neil Blaney and Paudge Brennan are expelled from the Fianna Fáil parliamentary party.
•   Taoiseach Jack Lynch has talks with British Prime Minister Harold Wilson in Dublin in November.
•   A bomb in McGurk's Bar in Belfast kills 15 people on December 4.


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