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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. 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.
His younger brother is Tyrone's most successful individual player, Peter Canavan.
- 6 Tyrone Senior Football Championship 1993 1994 1997 2000 2002 2006
- 2 Ulster Senior Club Football Championship 1992 2002
- 1 Irish News Ulster All-Star 1996
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