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In Pictures: Jack Charlton's Legends Reunite 30 Years On From Euro '88

In Pictures: Jack Charlton's Legends Reunite 30 Years On From Euro '88

Jack Charlton's Irish team reunited at the K Club’s golf course today for a charity tournament in aid of the Liam Miller tribute match.

It is thirty years since Charlton's charges marched into the nation's first ever major football tournament and that special group, as well as key support staff, joined together to mark the occasion and play a charity tournament, with all the proceeds going towards the Liam Miller fund.

The event was organised by former target man Niall Quinn and bookmaker Paddy Power and took place ahead of tomorrow's  Liam Miller tribute match at Pairc Ui Chaoimh.

Former Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton, left, with his son John. 

Former Republic of Ireland manager Mick McCarthy players from a bunker onto the 10th green.

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Former Republic of Ireland player Ray Houghton lines up his putt on the 10th green. 

Former Republic of Ireland player Packie Bonner plays on the 10th fairway. 

Former Republic of Ireland player Ronnie Whelan watches his pitch to the fairway. 

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Former Republic of Ireland player Paul McGrath watches his tee shot from the 11th tee-box.

Former Republic of Ireland player Andy Townsend plays from the rough. 

SEE ALSO: Where To Watch The Liam Miller Tribute Match: All The Details

Maurice Brosnan

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