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CORK HALL OF FAME

CORK HALL OF FAME

Hall Of Fame Heritage Tributes

COLIN HEALY

Colin Healy
Healy Colin (born 1980) joined Celtic from Ballincollig in July 1998 and later that season made a fairytale debut as a sub in the Old Firm derby against Rangers. In that first season he made his full debut against Dunfermline. His progress continued during the following season in which he sampled League, Scottish League Cup, Scottish FA Cup and European football and won a Championship medal in 2001 and was in action on 19 occasions including EUFA and Champions League games.

JACKIE O'DRISCOLL

JACKIE O'DRISCOLL: REPRESENTED NORTH & SOUTH in INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL

FRANK O'FARRELL

FRANK O'FARRELL BECAME A HOUSEHOLD NAME IN SOCCER

STEPHEN O'HALLORAN of COBH

 COBH NATIVE and IRISH INTERNATIONAL
Stephen O'Halloran (born November 29, 1987) in Cobh, Co. Cork was an Irish defender playing for Aston Villa. O'Halloran, a left-sided defender who broke into the Villa squad for their 2006/2007 pre-season friendlies, has represented the Republic of Ireland at U15, U16, U17 and U21 level.

KIERAN O'REGAN

KIERAN O'REGAN: EXCEPTIONAL YOUTH INTERNATIONAL 

JACKIE O'REILLY

CORK UNITED LEGEND & Cobh's IRISH INTERNATIONAL

PAT SAWARD

Born in Cobh and raised in South London, Pat played 18 times for Ireland in an International career spanning eight years.

THOMAS SCANNELL

Scannell Thomas: NATIVE OF YOUGHAL. 1954 v Luxembourg (1 cap)

JACK SULLIVAN

Sullivan Jack (Fordsons). 1928 v Belgium (1 cap) 

JOHN BARRY of MALLOW

JOHN BARRY: FROM MALLOW to BELFAST to WIN 3 IRISH CAPS

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