Pascal Canavan

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Pascal Canavan
Personal information
Sport Gaelic Football
Occupation Teacher
Club(s)
Years Club
Errigal Ciarán

Pascal Canavan is a former Tyrone Gaelic footballer. He played in Tyrone's second All-Ireland Final appearance in 1995 and captained Errigal Ciaran in 2002.[1] He retired from Inter-county football in 2002, following Tyrone's success in the National Football League.

Pascal is a Religious Education teacher in St Ciaran's High School in Ballygawley. He has often been involved in GAA within the school as the under-18 manager, his greatest achievement with St Ciarans was winning the All-Ireland with his co-manager Brendan Traynor. Following their success as joint managers with St Ciaran's they now are joint managers of the Cavan GAA club Mullahoran.[citation needed]

His younger brother is Tyrone's most successful individual player, Peter Canavan.

Honours[edit]

Club

County

Awards

  • 1 Irish News Ulster All-Star 1996

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