Juvenile Revolution


In 1961 school teacher Michael Hayes returned to Tralee to teach in the CBS, Clounalour, he later became the first principal of the Holy Family school.


A keen sportsman he gathered together 30 boys and under the Austin Stacks banner began training them. He was soon joined by James Hobbart who is also renowned in the club for his underage work.


Their combined efforts along with the likes of Jackie Parker, Moss Carroll and many others led to what later became known as the Stacks Juvenile Revolution and lay the foundation for the clubs successes in the 1970’s.


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