John Devine is a Gaelic football goalkeeper. For many years a player with the Tyrone team he was in competition for the position with Pascal McConnell and Niall Morgan, but all three players maintained a good relationship.
He was due to start the 2008 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final on 21 September; however the night before the game his father died. The Tyrone team went on to win their third All-Ireland of the decade, and dedicated the win to their absent goalkeeper, having worn black armbands throughout the match.
Devine announced his retirement from inter-county football in March 2013.
Notes: J Devine was on the starting lineup but had to withdraw from the squad due to a family bereavement. Stephen O'Neill's name was not in the match program due to there only being space for thirty names. He played, and came on as a substitute with the number 31 on his back.
Paul Quinn's name was not in the match program due to there only being space for thirty names.