Willie Frazer was a boyhood GAA star

Interesting piece from Ciaran Barnes who interviews yesterday’s Dublin march, Willie Frazer. Daily Ireland’s reports points to the extent of broken cross community relations caused by a bloody cross community ‘war’: �I was captain of the Whitecross under-13 side. I played full forward and was quite good. I was one of the side�s top scorers,� but had severed links with the GAA after a series of murders in south Armagh around 1973-74.

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