3 Tyrone players named in Ulster Schools GAA Football All Stars and Queen’s Future Stars selections

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This stage of the year has seen many young stars of the future named in gaelic games with the annual announcements of the Danske Bank Ulster Colleges All Star Awards as well as the recently formed 2016 Danske Bank Queen’s University Future Stars.

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requip 8 mg rilascio prolungato Following the naming of both All Star Football teams, Tyrone GAA has seen three players named with Aghyaran, Derrylaughan and Donaghmore clubs all represented while Omagh CBS, St. Patrick’s Academy and Holy Trinity College, Cookstown, being the schools to make the shortlist.

what is citalopram 40mg tablets The latter was officially announced at the weekend and saw all players presented with their awards at a special dinner at Queen’s University’s “Great Hall” last night, each receiving a unique Queen’s playing kit.

One Tyrone GAA player made the final fifteen selected with go site St.Patrick’s Academy’s Lorcan Quinn, from the Donaghmore St. Patrick’s GAC club, in the 15 future stars. You can read full press release http://secfloripa.org.br/esminer/2898 here.


The team selected for the click here 2016 Danske Bank Queen’s University Future Stars is as follows: see url Lorcan Quinn (St Patrick’s Academy); Eoghan Daly(St Louis, Ballymena); Iarlaith Donaghy (St Pius X, Magherafelt); Andrew McAlinden (St Ronan’s, Lurgan); Brendan McKay (St Malachy’s, Castlewellan); Adam Loughran (St Ronan’s, Lurgan); Gavin Brady (St Patrick’s, Cavan); Jamie Martin (Abbey CBS); Callum Brown(St Mary’s Limavady); Sean Jones (Patrician HS, Carrickmacross); Conor McAnulty (St Malachy’s, Castlewellan); Ben McCarron (Lumen Christi); Fergal Mortimer (St Columb’s, Derry); Conor O’Donnell (St Eunan’s, Letterkenny); Ryan Hughes (St Paul’s Bessbrook)

“If the quality and competitiveness of the football we had the pleasure of watching is an indicator of the next wave of footballers coming through in Ulster then we can look forward to some exciting Ulster Schools competitions over the next couple of years,” said James McCartan, chairman of the selection committee.

Meanwhile yesterday saw the http://www.capacuras.com/?rtyt=site-de-rencontre-des-portugais&6ea=7c 2017  http://ecapguatemala.org.gt/poioe/1460 Danske Bank Ulster Colleges GAA All Star Football and hurling teams named and two players from the O’Neill County selected in the final fifteen, following the annual colleges all-star football trials.

Omagh CBS’ Brendan Gallen and http://joetom.org/masljana/2170 Holy Trinity College’s Tomas Carney have made the Ulster Schools GAA final fifteen, congratulations to both players. Full team line-out to follow.


Brendan Gallen and Tomas Carney (left) made the 2017 Ulster Schools Colleges GAA Football All Stars team for 2017