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Tyrone Native Michael Kennedy Plays Key Role In Dublin Success

Saturday 28.09.2013
Team Talk Mag
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There was disappointment that Tyrone did not feature in last weekend’s All Ireland senior final but there was still considerable Tyrone involvement on the day. The minors of course played with the usual Tyrone pride and determination before coming up short against a very talented Mayo side.
However Tyrone’s presence and participation on the day did not end with the conclusion of the minor game. As the Dublin seniors took to the field a very well known and highly respected Tyrone man was playing a key role in their last minute preparations.
Glenelly native Michael Kennedy has been resident in the capital for a number of years and has been heavily involved in the Dublin GAA set up for some time now. He is presently Director of GAA at DCU while also playing a significant coaching role Dublin Senior Manager Mick Galvin.
Michael of course began his football education in the hills around Plumbridge but has come a long way since establishing a permanent base in Dublin. He has become a highly respected figure in GAA Coaching circles and his strategies, views and opinions are widely sought. He will of course refuse to take the credit for Dublin’s and DCU’s recent successes but those that know appreciate the huge contribution he has made in bringing All Ireland and Sigerson Cup glory to the capital.
The flame haired Tyrone native will no doubt enjoy his latest success but we hope that this time next year he is back in his native county celebrating a fourth Tyrone All Ireland win.

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