Former Tyrone GAA Star, Owen Mulligan, makes London debut & features on Laochra Gael TONIGHT!

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Former Tyrone GAA Star, Mulligan makes London debut and features on Laochra Gael…

Former Tyrone GAA star, Owen Mulligan, made his senior inter-county debut for London at the weekend. The 36 year old Fr. Rock’s player is presently residing there and played in the London side which faced Waterford in a challenge match at the weekend.

The Cookstown attacker, who dazzled for many seasons at the very top, in one of the best full forward lines the game has seen, was substituted in the end but does look set to feature now in the Championship for London against Leitrim on 28th May.

In the meantime, all Tyrone GAA fans can enjoy a full feature programme on the flamboyant player, who features on TG4’s Laochra Gael…

The episode is on tonight, Wednesday 17th May, at 9.30pm on TG4 and looks like a fantastic show is in prospect.

Looking ahead to this latest GAA Legend feature, the producers noted…

“Owen Mulligan won All Ireland Minor, Under21 and Senior titles with his native Tyrone. The Cookstown Father Rocks man was an integral part of Tyrone’s march to their first ever All Ireland Senior success in 2003. He was widely known for his bleached blonde hair and outrageous skill. He speaks about how the death of Cormac McAnallen impacted the team, that wonder goal in 2005 and how it transformed his season and his relationship with Peter Canavan. Contributions also from; Peter Canavan, Tomás Ó Sé and Jarlath Burns.”

And you simply can’t sign off with a piece on Mugsy without showing that goal just one more time…

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