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Cllr Dermot Lacey

Representing Pembroke-South Dock Ward on Dublin City Council
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Plaque to mark location of first All Ireland Football Final to be unveiled in Dublin 4

A Plaque will be unveiled by Mr Sean Kelly, President of the GAA to mark the location of the first All Ireland Football Final, which took place on the 23rd April 1887,on Wednesday the 12th April at 12.00noon.

The Plaque will be located at the entrance to the Beech Hill Estate, junction with Beaver Row, Donnybrook.

The Plaque is a joint initiative of GAA Historian Marcus Bourke and local Labour Councillor and former Lord Mayor of Dublin, Dermot Lacey.

“All Ireland Finals have become iconic events in Irish life and it is fitting that we should finally mark the location of this historic first All Ireland Final. It is particularly welcome that Sean Kelly, surely one of the most inspiring of Irish Sporting Leaders, has agreed to perform this duty in the final days of what has been an historic term as President of the GAA,” according to Councillor Lacey.

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