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Commemoration of the 80th anniversary of the death of Maurice Davin


The G.A.A. Museum will commemorate the 80th Anniversary of the death of Maurice Davin with an evening event in Croke Park

on Tuesday 30th January at 7.00pm.

 


The event entitled Maurice Davin- The First President will mark the 80th anniversary of the death of one of the founders of the G.A.A., a world class athlete as well as the man who served as the association’s first president. Today his memory lives on in Croke Park with the renaming of the Canal Stand to the Davin Stand in April 2006.

To mark the occasion Dr. Paul Rouse (UCD) will give a talk on Davin and his contribution to the formative years of the G.A.A. The event will also include a special floodlit tour of Croke Park incorporating the Davin Stand.

 

 

To book

Tickets priced at € (adult), € (concession) are available to purchase from the GAA Museum, Croke Park.

Early booking is advised.

Venue

The GAA Museum, Croke Park, St Joseph’s Avenue, Dublin 3.

Further information available from Selina O’ Regan, Education Officer at the G.A.A Museum Tel (01) 8192361/8192323

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Note by Brian McCabe: Special event planned for the G.A.A Museum in Coke Park on Tuesday 30th January to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the death of Maurice Davin, the Gaelic Athletic Association's first president.


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