A ceremony was held in Glasnevin Cemetery today to mark the grave of a man who was shot by British forces on Bloody Sunday in 1920.

Daniel Carroll was one of 14 people killed at Croke Park on this weekend 96 years ago.

The 30-year-old was shot in the leg and died two days later.

His grave has been unmarked until today when his relatives unveiled a headstone there.

It is the third headstone to be erected as part of the Bloody Sunday Graves Project involving the GAA, families of the victims and the Glasnevin Trust.

A similar ceremony was held on the 95th anniversary of Bloody Sunday when a headstone was unveiled on the final resting place of another victim, Jane Boyle.

In August, James Matthews was remembered with the unveiling of a headstone at his grave.

There are five remaining victims in unmarked graves.

It is hoped they will be appropriately remembered before the centenary of Bloody Sunday in 2020.

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