Philip McMahon

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Philly McMahon
Personal information
Irish name Pilib Mac Mathúna
Sport Gaelic Football
Position Left Corner Back
Born (1987-09-05) 5 September 1987 (age 26)
Dublin, Ireland
Nickname Philly
Occupation Strength & Conditioning Coach
Years Club
2005- Ballymun Kickhams
Club Titles
Dublin titles 1
Leinster titles 1
Years College
College titles
Sigerson titles 2
Years County
2008- Dublin
Inter-county titles
Leinster titles 5
All Irelands 2

Philip "Philly" McMahon (born 5 September 1987 in Dublin) is a Gaelic football player for Dublin and Ballymun Kickhams.

Playing career[edit]

Philip was on Dublin's winning team for the 2008 O'Byrne Cup winning team which defeated Longford in the final. He made his Championship debut in same year against Louth as a sub. He played Interprovincial Championship Football for Leinster and he has won 2 Dublin Under 21 Football Championship Medals with Ballymun.[1][2] He named on the 2010 GPA team of the year.

McMahon missed out on the opportunity to win a Leinster Championship due to an injury earlier in the championship. Crokes defender O'Sullivan managed to gain a regular place in defence during his absence. McMahon made a substitutes appearance in the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship final against Kerry. He came on as a substitute for defender James McCarthy in a game that he and Dublin won by a scoreline of 1-12 to 1-11.[3]

In November 2012 Philip was appointed Strength and Conditioning Coach at Shamrock Rovers.[4]


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  2. ^ Return trip to Dublin by Conor McKeon, Evening Herald [1] Wednesday 9 June 2010
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