Larry Reilly

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Larry Reilly
Personal information
Sport Gaelic football
Position Corner forward
Born Fernent Red Jemmy's, Knockbride, County Cavan, Ireland
Years Club
Years County
Inter-county titles
Ulster titles 1

Larry Reilly was a former Gaelic football player for Cavan.[1]

Playing career[edit]

The Knockbride clubman helped Cavan by scoring 2pts to claim their only Ulster Senior Football Championship title in 28 years, beating Derry in Clones. His older brother Peter Reilly also played in the Final.[2]

International Rules[edit]

He played for Ireland in the 2000 International Rules Series against Australia. He scored 5pts over the two test games.[3]

Other Notable Achievements[edit]

Ate three chippers in an hour the night Knockbride won the Junior D Championship in December 2015.

Patron saint of Irish Chippers


External links[edit]