The Deletion of the Ban.

The Deletion of the Ban on Foreign Games is in the GAA Museum Croke Park, Dublin and the Dundalk Museum...

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Dedicated to my father and mother Con and Celia Short.

My father became President of Ulster Council of the GAA, My Mother and he researched , and he wrote “The ULSTER STORY” The official history of The GAA in Ulster in 1984 to celebrate the centenary of the association. He also co- wrote the Armagh history and of course wrote the history of his beloved CROSSMAGLEN in 1960 and then updated it in 1984.

My father introduced The Deletion of the ban on Foreign Games (Rule 27) at the AGM of the GAA in 1971.

Medium Lino-cut,   ||   Size 2 metres square ( in six sections)

Price; euro5000.00 unframed.

The artist proof of this piece of artwork hangs in the Museum in Croke Park and was commissioned by the Gaelic Athletic Association by way of an open Competition. They also own the first three prints of the edition of 20. A further print, 4/20 hangs in Dundalk Museum.