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Cormac McAnallen's GAC In Australia Produced A Remarkable 1916 Tribute On A Sydney Beach

Cormac McAnallen's GAC In Australia Produced A Remarkable 1916 Tribute On A Sydney Beach
By Gavin Cooney

Following Cormac McAnallen's tragic death in 2004, a Gaelic Football club was set up in his honour in Sydney in January 2005. They called themselves Cormac McAnallen's GAC, and each year the club host a Beach Football Tournament held at Maroubra Beach.

Last Sunday, at this year's competition, they joined together with a number of other GAA clubs in Australia to produce this remarkable commemoration of the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising. Have a look:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QfhI1qagBE

Fantastic. You can follow the club on Facebook here.

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