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100 Years,100 Miles

On November 21st 1920, British forces stormed Croke Park killing 14 and wounding dozens more. 100 years later, Vincent Murphy sets out on a 100 mile cycle as he explores his Grand Uncle's involvement as one of the Tipperary players on Bloody Sunday (2020)

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