Tom Woulfe

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St Peter’s mother and baby home, Castlepollard, Co Longford. A stairs in the home led to a window to which young mothers used to run in order to watch their babies being taken away. Photograph: Paddy Whelan

A stairs in the mother and baby home in Castlepollard, Co Westmeath, led to a window to which young mothers used to run in order to watch their babies(...)

Tom Woulfe: an inveterate letters page warrior. Photograph: Pat Langan

Tom Woulfe, who has died aged 99, was best known as one of the founding fathers of the modern GAA. Although he was a man who was in many ways slow to (...)

Tom Woulfe: passed away, aged 99, following a short illness. The Civil Service clubman was a major force in the campaign to end the notorious ‘ban on foreign games’.

The death has taken place in his 100th year of Tom Woulfe, one of the most influential figures in the GAA’s history. A Kerryman, who lived most of his(...)

Tom Woulfe, who was pivotal in getting the GAA to drop ‘Rule 27’, has died age 99.

The death has taken place in his 100th year of Tom Woulfe, one of the most influential figures in the GAA’s history. A Kerryman, who lived most of his(...)