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Cormac McAnallen

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It is hard to believe it will be Cormac Mc'Anallens 9th Anniversary on 2nd March 2013. seems like only yesterday I was watching this young gifted football gone but not forgotten R.I.P. Cormac.

fortyfive (Tyrone) - 27/02/2013 18:28:11    1340015


A young man taken far too young in hes prime. R.I.P. Cormac.

kerry74 (Kerry) - 27/02/2013 19:15:27    1340041


Cormac was an all-round genius, as gifted in academia as he was in sports.
He accomplished a lot in his short time with us.
RIP Cormac, Laochra Gael.

TheGateKeeper (Tyrone) - 27/02/2013 20:03:42    1340066


Immense in 03, and in the years leading up to that of course.

in a way, he contributed as much as anyone to the 05 and 08 successes as well as I'm sure he was mentioned in many a team-talk.

His death brought about nationwide awareness of S.A.D.S. and has probably led to many young lives being saved.

As said above, he accomplished so much. RIP Cormac.

cavanman47 (Cavan) - 27/02/2013 20:31:38    1340080


Had the honour of meeting his father Brendan and Donal at the Aidan McAnespie 25th commemoration last Saturday. Very dignified people living with an enormous void but real GAA enthusiaists. Thoughts and prayers are with them.

Tyronetim (Tyrone) - 28/02/2013 11:19:01    1340215


9 years today. God rest you Cormac. Thoughts with the McAnallen family and his friends and players still deeply shocked.

Tyronetim (Tyrone) - 02/03/2013 11:20:58    1341199


Where does the time go........does not seem like those amount of years have gone by..........the memory still being so vivid.May you be resting in peace Cormac.

seanie_boy (Tyrone) - 02/03/2013 16:12:58    1341284


In his short life he achieved more than most of us do in a long life; he always reminded me a bit of Seamus Moynihan in the way he played the game. I hope his family take some solace in the fact that his name will always reverborate and be long remembered around the GAA. RIP Cormac.

Ulsterman (Antrim) - 02/03/2013 16:50:09    1341292