Bohemian FC: More Than A Club - Alzheimer's Awareness

There was a great turnout at our Alzheimer’s Tea Day at Dalymount yesterday.

Sincere thanks to all members and supporters who contributed to making it such an enjoyable day.

The day was hosted by the Bohemian Foundation in conjunction with the More Than A Club Initiative.

More photos via Sportsfile from the day are available on our Facebook page.

One of those in attendance yesterday was Ethna Fullam, wife of the late Christopher Fullam.


Better known as ‘Bunny’ Fullam, he was most famous as a Drumcondra FC legend, playing at right full-back for Drums for a decade up to the mid-1960s.

But he started his playing career with Bohemians in 1949 as an 18-year-old featuring in the first team through three seasons when he also won junior and amateur international caps. He joined Shelbourne in 1952.

With Drumcondra he won three league titles and the FAI Cup in 1957, scoring a penalty in a 2-0 cup final defeat of Shamrock Rovers.

Ethna brought with her a Bohemians squad photo from the 1950/51 season – featuring young ‘Bunny’ sitting down bottom left.

‘Bunny’ passed away in 2011 aged 80 and is buried in Glasnevin Cemetery.

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