A very special addition to the the GAA Museum's Remembering Bloody Sunday lecture series.
Dubliner Éanna DeBúrca gives us an insight into the memories of his father Frank Burke - the star Dublin player who was marking Michael Hogan on Bloody Sunday.
As well as being an oustanding footballer, Frank also played hurling for Dublin and was a founding member of the Irish Volunteers in 1913. He was stationed at the GPO during the 1916 Rising and manned a barricade at O'Moore Street.
Please note that all lectures will adhere to Government guidelines in relation to social distancing, capacity, face coverings and hygiene in order to prevent the spread of Covid 19. All visitors should read the GAA Museum's procedures in relation to this at: www.crokepark.ie/tours/covid-19-procedures . Please do not attend a lecture if you are suffering from any symptoms relating to Covid 19 or are in quarantine,