This weekend marks the 95th anniversary of one of the darkest days in GAA and Irish history as 14 people lost their lives inside Croke Park. The tragedy became known as “Bloody Sunday”.

Yesterday, the GAA paid tribute to those that lost their lives before the International Rules Test between Ireland and Australia, and the family of one of the victims, Jane Boyle, unveiled a headstone at her grave at Glasnevin Cemetery.

Darren Frehill has been looking back on the tragic events which marred the challenge match between Dublin and Tipperary on the 21 November 1920.

Bloody Sunday Tribute