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Kevin McElvanna

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Sport  Gaelic football
2001-2006  Armagh
All stars  0
Years  County
All irelands  1
Years  Club
Name  Kevin McElvanna
Position  Corner-back
Ulster titles  4

Education  Queen's University Belfast

Kevin McElvanna is an Irish Gaelic footballer from the small club of Madden south-west of Armagh city. He played for Armagh GAA from 2001 to 2006 as a defender.

Football career

McElvanna attended Queens University Belfast. He won a Sigerson Cup in 2000 and received a Full Blue award for his football achievements. He also captained Armagh’s U21 team to an Ulster Under-21 Football Championship. McElvanna was selected for the Armagh senior panel in 2001. In his six years as a panel member, he won four Ulster Senior Football Championship medals and one All-Ireland Senior Football Championship medal. Although he wasn’t always in the Armagh first team, McElvanna played an important role in games such as the 2004 Ulster semi-final.

References

Kevin McElvanna Wikipedia


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