St. Enda’s men honoured at Ulster final day

July 23rd, 2014 | General News, Senior Football

 

Seanie Meyler, left half forward on the 1989 Tyrone team, receives his Jubilee medal from Martin McAvinney, Ulster GAA president.

Seanie Meyler, left half forward on the 1989 Tyrone team, receives his Jubilee medal from Martin McAvinney, Ulster GAA president.

LAST Sunday’s Ulster final day in Clones was a special occasion for a selection of Omagh men when the Tyrone team of 1989 were honoured as the jubilee team.

In that team were Seanie Meyler who played at left half forward with Patsy Kerlin named amongst the substitutes. Lining out at left half back was a young John McGoldrick from Dromore who is now a key part of the St. Enda’s youth management set-up.

The late Donal Donnelly a former St. Enda’s and Tyrone star, was manager of that Tyrone team and his son Raymond was there to receive a Jubilee medal on behalf of the legendary player who sadly passed away in December 2013.

Raymond Donnelly receives a Jubilee medal on behalf of his father the late Donal Donnelly who was manager of the 1989 Tyrone team from Martin McAvinney, Ulster GAA president.

Raymond Donnelly receives a Jubilee medal on behalf of his father the late Donal Donnelly who was manager of the 1989 Tyrone team from Martin McAvinney, Ulster GAA president.

The legendary Patsy Kerlin was a key figure on the Tyrone teams of the 80s and was amongst the subs on the 1989 team.

The legendary Patsy Kerlin was a key figure on the Tyrone teams of the 80s and was amongst the subs on the 1989 team.

John McGoldrick, former Dromore player and now St. Enda's youth coach, played at left half back on the 1989 Tyrone team which beat Donegal after a replay.

John McGoldrick, former Dromore player and now St. Enda’s youth coach, played at left half back on the 1989 Tyrone team which beat Donegal after a replay.