Where Dubliners have played: the city's built sporting heritage

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A presentation by Dr Roisín Higgins, Boston College Ireland on the rich history of Dublin's sporting grounds, pitches and clubs and the stories they tell about the social, economic and political life of Dublin city and its people. The talk was part of the Sport and the City Seminar held in Dublin City Library and Archive on 11th September, 2010.

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Where Dubliners have played: the city's built sporting heritage

  1. 1. Where Dubliners have Played: the city’s built sporting heritage Dr Roisín Higgins Boston College-Ireland
  2. 2. Jockey Changing Rooms from Baldoyle. Bought by Carlow Rugby Club in 1972
  3. 3. Racing Map of Ireland 2010
  4. 4. Memorial at Shamrock Rovers’ former ground
  5. 5. Phoenix Park
  6. 6. Bowling Green, Herbert Park

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