|Born||Tyrone, Northern Ireland|
|Height||5 ft 08 in (1.73 m)|
|Dromore St. Dympna's|
|Ulster titles||3 (2007 2009 2010)|
|All-Irelands||2 (2005 2008)|
Colm McCullagh is a former Gaelic footballer for County Tyrone who was a member of the 2005 All-Ireland winning panel. He plays his club football for Dromore who won the League and Championship double in 2007.
Since quitting soccer in 2006 after he left Newry City he has become a more prominent member of the Tyrone set up, scoring three points in the opening game of Tyrone's National League campaign in a draw with County Kildare.
In 2008, he played a big part in Tyrone's drive to win the All-Ireland with more than one or two man of the match performances.
To this day McCullagh is still part of the Tyrone set up and continues to lead his native club Dromore St.Dympnas with pride. McCullagh retired from inter-county football in November 2010, due to family and work commitments.
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