Bloody Sunday 1920 Jersey – Tipperary
In commemoration of Bloody Sunday 1920, and in remembrance of those who died, Kieran Bergin Sports are proud to launch a replica of the Tipperary Jersey worn on the day.
Bloody Sunday 1920
On November 21st, 1920 British forces opened fire at a Tipperary V Dublin football match in Croke Park, killing fourteen civilians and wounding at least sixty others. Amongst those shot was Michael Hogan whose wounds proved to be fatal.
The 14 people killed were:
Jane Boyle (26) Dublin, James Burke (44) Dublin, Daniel Carroll (30) Tipperary (died 23 November), Michael Feery (40) Dublin, Michael ‘Mick’ Hogan (24) Tipperary, Tom Hogan (19) Limerick (died 26 November), James Matthews (38) Dublin, Patrick O’Dowd (57) Dublin, Jerome O’Leary (10) Dublin, William Robinson (11) Dublin (died 23 November), Tom Ryan (27) Wexford, John William Scott (14) Dublin, James Teehan (26) Tipperary, Joe Traynor (21) Dublin
Approximately 60 other civilians were wounded as a combined force including Black and Tans shot indiscriminately into the crowd, many of the sixty were shot while running from the scene.
Kieran Bergin Sports will be donating 10% of any profit made to local Tipperary charities including C-SAW Community Suicide Awareness Workers, who can be reached via their Facebook Page and who are 100% funded by voluntary contributions.
Read About Michael Hogan the Tipperary footballer fatally shot on Bloody Sunday here:
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Kieran Bergin represented Tipperary at both Football and Hurling winning a Senior All Ireland in 2016.
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