Denis Reidy

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Denis Reidy
Personal information
Irish name Donnacha Ó Riada
Sport Gaelic football
Born Limerick, Ireland
Height 6ft 1in
Occupation Materials Scientist
Club(s)
Years Club
Gerald Griffin's GAA
Den Haag GAA
Leeside Lions
Ballybrown Hurling club
Club Titles
Cork titles 1
Munster titles 1
Inter-county(ies)
Years County
pre 2001 Limerick

Dr. Denis Reidy is a former Limerick GAA Gaelic footballer.

Playing career[edit]

Gaelic Football[edit]

The Gerald Griffins GAA clubman represented Limerick GAA at Senior, Under 21 and Junior championship level, winning a McGrath Cup medal in 2001. He played for the University College Cork team that won the Cork Senior Football Championship and Munster Senior Club Football Championship in 1999. He also won a University and Colleges Division 1 All-Ireland SF League winners medal in 1996.[1]

Hurling[edit]

Reidy also played hurling for Ballybrown Hurling club that won the Limerick Under-21 Hurling Championship in 1992 and also represented University of Limerick that won the University and Colleges Division 1 All-Ireland SH League in 1991.[1]

Australian Rules Football[edit]

Reidy played full back for the Ireland national Australian rules football team, that won the 2001 Atlantic Alliance Cup and the 2002 Australian Football International Cup. He was one of Ireland's best on ground in the final against Papua New Guinea.[2][3][1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Den Haag GAA Club - Mens Players 2007/8". Denhaaggaa.com. Retrieved 2013-04-22. 
  2. ^ Match Report
  3. ^ "2002 International Cup Team lists". Archived from the original on 14 March 2012.