Loughgall (@1.6) vs H & W Welders (@4.33)
06-10-2019

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Loughgall will win

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The survivor says that when he located Declan Arthurs and the other scout they were sitting on the roadside monitoring the police station, which at this time (unknown to them) was manned by six SAS men and three officers, including two members of the specialist Headquarters Mobile Support Unit (HMSU) and a local officer in case a member of the public arrived at the barracks door.

An IRA member drove a digger with a bomb in its bucket through the perimeter fence, while the rest of the unit arrived in a van and fired on the building. The bomb exploded and destroyed almost half of the base. The Loughgall ambush took place on 8 May 1987 in the village of Loughgall, County Armagh, Northern Ireland. An eight-man unit of the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA) launched an attack on the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) base in the village.

During the 1980s, the British government slowly introduced changes, granting what some would see as political status in all but name. They organised themselves along military lines and exercised wide control over their respective H-Blocks. Republican and loyalist prisoners were housed according to group.

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The British Army shot dead all of the IRA attackers, a passing innocent civilian being also killed in the exchange of fire. The incident is known as the Loughgall ambush. On 8 May 1987, eight members of the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA) launched an attack on the village's Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) station but were intercepted by a Special Air Service (SAS) unit of twenty-four.

Il 1972 rimane l'anno con pi vittime (472) dell'intero periodo durante il quale l'IRA e l'esercito britannico ingaggiavano quasi tutti i giorni degli scontri a fuoco nelle strade di Belfast e Derry. La situazione nella provincia sembrava ormai fuori controllo e nel marzo di quell'anno il governo britannico decise di sospendere il parlamento nordirlandese assumendo il controllo diretto dell'Irlanda del Nord. Il 30 gennaio 1972, giorno che rimarr famoso come Bloody Sunday, durante una marcia per i diritti civili a Derry i paracadutisti dell'esercito britannico spararono sulla folla uccidendo 14 manifestanti e ferendone molti altri causando cos un ininterrotto afflusso di reclute nei ranghi dell'IRA[4]. Il 9 agosto 1971 il governo nordirlandese introdusse l'internamento senza processo; questo, invece di creare problemi all'IRA, aument il numero delle reclute e il sostegno dei cittadini cattolici all'organizzazione.

Una conseguenza dei disordini d'agosto fu la scissione del movimento repubblicano: alcuni membri dell'IRA, soprattutto quelli provenienti dal Nord, scontenti di come l'organizzazione avesse reagito (per meglio dire non avesse reagito) agli assalti ai quartieri cattolici, decisero di fondare una nuova organizzazione che diventer nota come Provisional IRA, in contrapposizione all'Official IRA che, dopo aver dichiarato un cessate-il-fuoco nel 1972, rimarr ai margini del conflitto fatta eccezione per alcune brevi ma sanguinose faide interne. Da parte protestante alla PIRA e alla OIRA (a cui poi si aggiunger l'INLA, Irish National Liberation Army) si contrapponevano altre due formazioni paramilitari: l'UVF (Ulster Volunteer Force) e l'UDA (Ulster Defence Association), rimasta legale fino al 1992 perch dal 1973 in avanti decise di firmare le proprie azioni terroristiche con il nom de guerre di UFF (Ulster Freedom Fighters).

In October 2006, demolition work started in preparation for construction on the site. The capacity of the proposed Stadium was later adjusted to first 35,000 and then 38,000 and the organising bodies of all three sports Irish FA, Ulster Rugby and Ulster GAA agreed in principle to support the integrated scheme. The Government's infrastructure organisation, the Strategic Investment Board (SIB), was tasked with taking forward the proposed Stadium idea and appointed one of its senior advisers, Tony Whitehead, to manage the project. In January 2006, the government unveiled a masterplan[13] for the site incorporating many of these proposals, including a 45,000 seat national multi-sport stadium for football, rugby and Gaelic games.

Thousands of people attended their funerals, the biggest republican funerals in Northern Ireland since those of the IRA hunger strikers of 1981.[30]Gerry Adams, in his graveside oration, gave a speech stating the British Government understood that it could buy off the government of the Republic of Ireland, which he described as the "shoneen clan" (that is, Anglophile), but added "it does not understand the Jim Lynaghs, the Pdraig McKearneys or the Samus McElwaines. It thinks it can defeat them. The IRA members killed in the ambush became known as the "Loughgall Martyrs" among IRA supporters.[29] The men's relatives considered their deaths to be part of a deliberate shoot-to-kill policy by the security forces.

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Columb's Well, all'entrata del Bogside (il principale quartiere cattolico della citt), comparve una scritta destinata a entrare nella storia del conflitto e che si pu vedere ancora oggi, nonostante rimanga in piedi solo il muro: You are now entering Free Derry e cio State entrando nella Derry libera. L'epicentro delle proteste era la citt di Derry dove, dopo una notte di scontri particolarmente violenti, sul muro di una casa di St.

Dopo due anni in cui la protesta non aveva suscitato alcun effetto i detenuti, anche in risposta alla brutalit di molti secondini che picchiavano i detenuti quando andavano in bagno, decisero di non lavarsi e di spargere i propri escrementi sui muri delle celle (dirty protest) che, dopo poco tempo, erano ridotte in uno stato allucinante, con solo dei materassi sporchi per terra e i muri ricoperti di escrementi (in molti casi erano anche infestate dagli scarafaggi). Nonostante gli appelli di molti politici cattolici e soprattutto dell'arcivescovo O'Fiaich, primate d'Irlanda,che, dopo una visita al carcere us toni molto duri contro il governo britannico, il primo ministro Margaret Thatcher rimase inamovibile. L'IRA decise di contrastare violentemente questa strategia e, mentre all'esterno del carcere conduceva una campagna di omicidi contro il personale carcerario, all'interno del carcere i detenuti repubblicani si rifiutavano di indossare l'uniforme carceraria (alcuni la indossavano solo per recarsi a ricevere le visite mentre i pi intransigenti rimasero anni senza vedere i propri familiari pur di non indossare la divisa) e rimanevano nudi in cella con addosso solamente una coperta (da qui il nome blanket protest).

Thousands of people attended their funerals, the biggest republican funerals in Northern Ireland since those of the IRA hunger strikers of 1981.[30]Gerry Adams, in his graveside oration, gave a speech stating the British Government understood that it could buy off the government of the Republic of Ireland, which he described as the "shoneen clan" (that is, Anglophile), but added "it does not understand the Jim Lynaghs, the Pdraig McKearneys or the Samus McElwaines. The IRA members killed in the ambush became known as the "Loughgall Martyrs" among IRA supporters.[29] The men's relatives considered their deaths to be part of a deliberate shoot-to-kill policy by the security forces. It thinks it can defeat them.