Former Tyrone footballer Colm Cavanagh Announces The 2020 Electric Ireland GAA Minor Special Recognition Awards

Former Minor Tyrone footballer, Colm Cavanagh, pictured following the announcement of the winners of the 2020 Electric Ireland GAA Minor Special Recognition Awards. The awards were established by Electric Ireland to recognise Minors who have gone above and beyond in their community during the challenges of Covid-19 and winners include  Ciarán Caulfield (Meath, Leinster), Tomás Lynch (Limerick, Munster), Michael Quinn, Josh Schnell, Shane McKenna, and Niall Óg McGuigan (Antrim, Ulster) and Jack Beirne, Andrew Jordan and Mark Rogers (Roscommon, Connacht). Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Dan Sheridan
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Former Tyrone footballer Colm Cavanagh was part of the judging panel of the 2020 Electric Ireland GAA Minor Special Recognition Awards that were announced this week.

The recently retired All-Ireland winner spoke to Oisin Langan about the winners, his temptation to return to the inter-county fold and his thoughts on Tyrone’s new management team.

Strokestown GAA’s Jack Beirne and Andrew Jordan and St. Barry’s GFC member, Mark Rodgers, pictured following their announcement as the Connacht winners of the 2020 Electric Ireland GAA Minor Special Recognition Awards. The awards were established by Electric Ireland to recognise Minors in all four provinces of Ireland, who have gone above and beyond in their community during the challenges of Covid-19. Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Electric Ireland