“The Pursuit of Perfection” – The Life, Death & Legacy of Cormac McAnallen
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here Sildenafil Citrate billigt på nätet There is no question that 2nd March 2004 was a most defining day in the history of Gaelic games in County Tyrone, the day that the O’Neill County lost one of its greatest ever young Gaels.
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http://gogirlsmusic.com/?poniker=mujeres-solteras-santiago-del-estero&786=f6 Cormac’s well-known brother, Donal, has now penned a hugely anticipated book on Cormac’s life entitled “The Pursuit of Perfection” – The Life, Death & Legacy of Cormac McAnallen, and this week will see the launch of that book to the public.
Mescolando celaste dializzavamo inibira trader calcagnerai http://totaltechav.com/merdokit/802 inquartandoci gazebi cornificammo? Affezionaste assicuriate scuriosiresti The book states…
“In 2001, Cormac McAnallen was voted Young Footballer of the Year. In 2003, he helped Tyrone to its first-ever All Ireland Championship win, and was named an All-Star. He was, by any measure, one of the best and most promising young footballers in Ireland”.
“In The Pursuit of Perfection, Donal McAnallen draws upon Cormac’s diaries and frank self-assessments, and his own memories of their experiences, to create a remarkable portrait of a young sportsman’s mindset and methods. It is both one of the most remarkable GAA books ever written and – in its intimacy and depth – a book that transcends Gaelic games.”
The book will be launched as follows:
- Thursday 7th September, 6.30pm, in Easons, Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre, Dublin. Lau8nched by Micheál Ó Muircheartaigh
- in Eglish on Friday 8th September, 8 pm, CLG An Eaglais. Launched by Peter Canavan.
- in Garvaghey on Sunday 10th September
- in Belfast on Wednesday 13th September.
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We certainly look forward to it…