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Paddy Christie

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Irish name  Padraig Mac Criosta
? 1995-2007  Ballymun Kickhams
Sport  Gaelic football
Years  County

Position  Full Back
Name  Paddy Christie
Years  Club
All stars  1
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Paddy Christie (born 1976 in Dublin) is an Irish Gaelic footballer who usually plays in the full-back position. He made his inter-county senior debut for the Dublin senior football team against Armagh in April 1995. At club level he plays for Ballymun Kickhams. He served as Dublin in 2005. He was selected in the 2002 GAA All Stars Awards team at full-back. He has won three Leinster Senior Football Championship medals, in 2002, 2005 and 2006. Christie collected his 2006 Leinster championship medal despite not appearing in any of the matches. One of the highlights of his achievements at underage level was getting the triple with Ballymun Kickhams U-21 team by winning the Dublin Championship, the North League and then overall league winners in the same season. although he has retired from inter county and club football, he occasionally comes on as a sub or starts for his club ballymun kickhams

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He built himself a "cult following" among Dublin supporters. Christie was expected to make his re-appearance in the Dublin full-back line during the first round of the 2007 National Football League. This changed however, when Christie retired and dedicated himself to completing his Masters at University.

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References

Paddy Christie Wikipedia


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