Monday 16 February 2009

125 - Down Player List

Remembering the Gaels of Down’s illustrious past


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Down has always been fertile ground for harvesting footballing talent, and Matt Fitzpatrick took a trip down memory lane to pick his top 50 from the Mourne county

Paddy Savage
LED the county to only its second ever Ulster SFC first round victory over Antrim in 1920. The Liatroim clubman, playing in the full-forward line, scored two of his side’s goals as they won by 3-1 to 1-2 in Newcastle. An alert attacker with an eye for goal. A marksman supreme.
Ted Butterfield
THE Mayobridge stalwart with the safe hands gave away few chances. Was a permanent fixture on the county side in the first two decades of the 20th century.
Mick McAleenan
ANOTHER of the famous Liatroim Fontenoys players who donned the county jersey in those early days. Played in several positions, but the full-back line was his favourite position. Read the game well and was always reliable as a sweeper behind the other defenders.
Bernard Venny
BERNARD was the leader and mainstay of the now extinct east Down club Rossglass. Played for several years – mostly in defence – for the county, but was adept at moving forward to take a score.
Brian McCartan
BRIAN was a half-back of distinction. His power, strength and brilliant football skills shone through. Those same skills, power and tenacity rubbed off on his famous sons in later Sam Maguire Cup wins. Brian was an ever-present on county teams for over a decade. He completed his county career at full-forward.
Stephen Rodgers
A LIVELY corner-forward with an eye for goal, the Kilcoo clubman had a few seasons in the Down attack. Played a major part in Kilcoo winning the county SFC in 1925. Scored Down’s goal in the Ulster SFC game against Monaghan, which the Farneymen won by 3-5 to 1-3.
George Mussen
ANOTHER famous name who graced the county teams. Along with Brian McCartan and Paul Murphy (Mayobridge), formed the strongest line on the team. An outstanding half-back line. George was captain of the county junior side that won the Ulster title in 1934. The Mussen name became famous three decades later to start Down’s glory days.
Terry McCormack
THE Warrenpoint player burst on the county scene in the late ’30s, and was an ever-present for several years. Recognised as a talented defender, he became county captain and led from the front. His defensive qualities were outstanding, but his overall versatility saw him make several appearances as an attacker.
Tom McCann
THE Castlewellan defender was one of the most outstanding players of his time. Was named as a substitute on the Ulster team which won the first-ever Railway Cup for the province in 1942.
Tom O’Hare
THE Ballymartin clubman was another player whose football abilities were recognised outside the county. In 1936, the GAA organised an international tournament between Ireland and England. Tom was a member of the Ireland side that won the football competition. Tom was an attacker of renowned ability.
John O’Hare
THE Castlewellan defender or goalkeeper became an historic figure in the county. A brilliant athlete, John played in goals for the county and as a defender for his club. He became the first Down man to win a Railway Cup medal as a player when he guarded the goals for Ulster in the 1947 and 1948 victories. He was between the posts in the 1942 Ulster final, which Cavan won easily in the first Ulster decider played outside the province. The game was played in Dundalk. John was also a well-known administrator, as he was a member of the east Down and county boards. He was also a founder member of the now defunct Ballyhackamore GAA club.
John McClorey
AN outstanding defender from the Warrenpoint club, John quickly established himself on the county side and for a decade was an ever-present on the team. A steady player, he used his strength and pace to outwit attackers.
Gerry Carr
ONE of the famous Carr family Gerry was an attacking half-back with plenty of pace. When the going got tough, Gerry was always ready, willing and able to play a major part in the exchanges.
Jimmy McLoughlin
THROUGH the years, Down have always produced goalkeepers of outstanding ability. Jimmy was in that mould. He was the keeper in the 1940 Ulster final against Cavan. In the opening Ulster game, he was absolutely brilliant against Tyrone. In the semi-final against Monaghan, he was in excellent form again but his luck ran out against Cavan in the final when he conceded a penalty. Jimmy, however, continued to play his part on the county side for several years.
Dan Morgan
WHENEVER football is talked about in Annaclone, Dan’s name always comes up. A midfielder of outstanding quality, his high fielding and forceful play gave both club and county sides a real lift.
Barney Carr
NO man in the history of the GAA in Down is better known than Barney Carr. He was the man who, as manager, guided Down to their first All-Ireland victory in 1960. But, 16 years earlier and playing at centre half-forward, Barney played a major part as Down won their first ever senior title – the McKenna Cup. In the semi-final he scored two goals against Donegal, while in the final he contributed another two goals against Tyrone.
Brian Denvir
IN the days when midfielders started to play a major part in the flow of football games, it was Brian Denvir who shone through. The Kilclief man was a stylish player, and high-fielding was a feature of his play. His qualities were also recognised by the Ulster selectors on several occasions.
Noel McCarthy
ALTHOUGH Noel may have been more famous for playing another code at Glentoran, Gaelic football was his first love. He was the left half-back on the Down side that brought the first All-Ireland football title to the county, when they beat Warwickshire in the All-Ireland JFC final. The Downpatrick man was a real star that season, and played a major role in that victory.
Gerry Carr
ANOTHER of the famous Warrenpoint footballing clan, Gerry – known as ‘Joker’ – was the captain of the 1946 All-Ireland winning junior side. He led from the front, and was a supreme leader.
Martin Walsh
THE Banbridge student came to the fore at St Colman’s College, Newry. Graduated to the county senior football team as a talented attacker whose pace and accuracy, along with Barney Carr, formed a brilliant half-forward line.
Kevin Mussen
THE history-maker. No matter when or where Mourne football is discussed, the name of Kevin Mussen will always be first to be mentioned. Played for Down seniors while still a student at St Colman’s College, he led the county to their first All-Ireland win and became the first man to carry the Sam Maguire over the border.
Leo Murphy
ANOTHER product of St Colman’s College, the big Kilkeel full-back with the massive kick-out saw off the best forwards in the country. His contributions to Down and Ulster wins is well catalogued.
George Lavery
THE quiet man of those All-Ireland winning teams, the Kilwarlin man acted as a sweeper behind the full-back line and guarded ’keeper Eamon McKay. Safe and confident, he gave away few scores.
Dan McCartan
BIG Dan was a centre-half of outstanding ability. He was quick in the tackle, cleared with accuracy and was always in front of his man in the race for possession. Dan moved to full-back in 1968 and, along with Joe Lennon, Paddy Doherty and Sean O’Neill, became the winner of three All-Ireland medals.
Joe Lennon
ONE of the most talented players to wear the red and black jersey. His contribution to fitness schedules and his vision played a major part in restructuring team effort for major games. A great leader, he brought home the Sam Maguire Cup for the third time.
Jarlath Carey
THE Dundrum clubman was at home in either attack or midfield. It was in the middle, along with Joe Lennon, that he found his best position. A tireless worker, he led from the front and was always forcing his way forward into attack.
Sean O’Neill
A FOOTBALLER supreme is the only way to describe the Newry Mitchels man. A team player with a brilliant side-step and a quick injection of pace, he was a player of immense ability and was quite rightly recognised on the GAA’s centenary team.
James McCartan snr
THE Glenn attacker led the line with dash, power, courage and determination. His goal against Offaly in the 1961 All-Ireland was a piece of sheer genius and turned the game Down’s way.
Paddy Doherty
WHAT can one say about the great Paddy Mo? A genius whose left foot wrecked so many team defences. He was Ulster’s leading SFC scorer until Peter Canavan broke that record a few years ago, but Doherty’s feat was in 60-minute games. His 15 points against Connacht in the Railway Cup final is still a Croke Park record.
Tony Hadden
ANOTHER left footer, the Newry Shamrocks man was adept at sending the ball over the bar with an expert fist as with his boot. Roamed outfield to get possession and then race through for a score.
Patsy O’Hagan
THE Clonduff clubman was the ideal full-forward. However, it was when he moved to full-back after winning his All-Ireland medal in 1960 that Patsy really came into his own. After scoring four goals against Galway in the Wembley tournament in London, one English Sunday paper carried a story that Chelsea were interested in him. Thankfully, Patsy stayed at home.
Breen Morgan
FEW players have contributed as much to the Down attack than the ‘Annaclone Cyclone’. Small in stature, his sturdy body saw him dominate much taller outfield players.
Pat Rice
ONE of the most outstanding defenders in the county. A steady player who covered well and gave away few chances. In the days when defenders kicked out the ball, Pat had a great delivery.
Colm McAlarney
AS a College player, the Liatroim Fontenoys star’s high fielding, turn of pace and finishing made him an automatic Allstar. Colm is the only footballer to have won Railway Cup medals in three decades. (1968,1971, and 1980)
Tom O’Hare
ONE of the best corner-backs in the country. His delivery of a ground ball was amazing. It didn’t matter whether it was for his club, Mayobridge, or county, he always played the same steady game.
Ray McConville
AN outstanding half-back with boundless energy. An attacking player who was always in the thick of things. No matter whether for his club Kilclief or county, he always played a steady game.
Danny Kelly
THE Downpatrick keeper was the joker in the pack. His net-minding abilities were immense and, coupled with his quick wit with both colleagues and opponents, he became a legend, and was known as ‘the bearded wonder.’
Willie Doyle
A CENTRE half-back of great talent, the Liatroim Fontenoys man always had a steady game. His high-fielding and well placed deliveries played a major part in any game.
Brendan Sloan
A CORNER-back who made up for his lack of height with quick tackling. There were few better corner-backs in the country.
Mickey Cole
A PLAYER of immense talent with the Sean O’Neill-type body swerve, Mickey was a forward who worked tirelessly for the team
Peter Rooney
A TRULY unique talent, the Warrenpoint player could slide the ball over the bar with accuracy.
Paddy O’Rourke
A BORN leader, Paddy graduated through minor and U21 to captain the side to All Ireland glory in 1991. His steady displays and brilliant leadership played a major part in an historic victory.
Brian Burns
BRIAN emerged through the great Bryansford side to fill the county full-back berth. Used his great strength to best advantage in the red and black
Eugene Grant
ONE of the most stylish players to emerge from Bryansford, Eugene used his pace to great advantage.
Ross Carr
CURRENT senior county manager, Ross has had plenty of experience as a player. A half-forward with a sweet left foot, he played a major part in Down successes in the 90s
Greg Blaney
THERE have been few better footballers in Down over the past two decades than Greg Blaney. He was a brilliant reader of the game. Worked tirelessly at centre half-forward and set up chances, while notching a few himself.
James McCartan jnr
WEE James’ pace and swerving runs terrified defences, and his scores made from nothing changed the flow of many games.
DJ Kane
A FEARLESS half-back, he inspired those around him with his forceful play. Always prompted the attack with expert deliveries.
Barry Breen
THE Downpatrick defender or midfielder’s fielding and finishing power helped turn many games. Encouraged those around him.
Mickey Linden
THE versatile and talented Mayobridge player tore defences apart with his pace and scoring power. Used both feet to expertly notch scores, and always gave 100 per cent.
Dan Gordon
THE big Loughinisland midfielder is the current captain of the county team. His high fielding makes him a vital cog in the machine.
Benny Coulter
A PLAYER of immense talent and power, the Mayobridge man has all the qualities of a great player. A real goal-getter, he can turn games with his scoring prowess
Hugh McNamara
ONE of those players whose defensive qualities were recognised by both county and province. Helped Loughinisland climb from divisional to all county level.

Remember if you think, we have left someone out who you think merits a place on the top 125 of Ulster's great footballers feel free to add you own.

TO VISIT THE OFFICIAL IRISHNEWS.COM 125 SITE CLICK HERE

VOTING WILL BEGIN AFTER ALL NINE COUNTIES HAVE BEEN PUBLISHED. THE PLAYERS NAMED IN EACH COUNTY ARE SUGGESTIONS ONLY AND READERS SHOULD FEEL FREE TO NOMINATE ANY PLAYER WHOM THEY REGARD AS WORTHY

140 comments:

  1. You could probably pick 15 from just DOWN. There are still so many others not included in this list. What about Liam Austin, Ambrose Rogers Snr, what about Brendan McKernan? What about Gary Mason? What about Gregory McCartan?
    Colm McAlarney, Jarleth Carey, Kevin Mussen, Pat Rice, Mickey Linden, Sean ONeill, Paddy Doherty how could you possibly leave any of these ones out?

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  2. I was just on the GAABOARD forum there and someone said Shorty Trainor from Burren! Seriously if he can't make the Down team what makes you think he is one of the best 15 in Ulster. Maybe if he quit the fags he would have been a better player!

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  3. Matt Fitzpatrick has not a clue

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  4. He did leave out some great players, he obviously tried to leave out the more recent players so that he could dazzle us with his historical knowledge of Down Football!

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  5. Gary Mason was one of the most gifted footballers to ever wear the Red and Black, could play anywhere and deadly accurate from free's.

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  6. Matts selections are as big a joke as his reporting. His analysis of games is so much dependant on whether he gets a cup tea or not at a game. His knowledge of the game is at best questionable and previews are shocking when he just lists a pile of names of players who mightor might not have featured for any given team in the past 10 years.
    Who in their right mind would leave out Neil Collins in favour of a keeper whose career lasted 5 minutes. No Deegans, Paddy Kennedy, Willie Walsh

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  7. This is only one mans view, if you asked every man in the county they would all come up with different names, this is Matts view a man nearly 80 years of age of course there will be players who you don't agree with and never even heard of but surely have a bit of respect for the man for helping promote it in the county over the years.

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  8. am unable to submit vote

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  9. still unable to vote - something about a bug in the system - can anyone advise?

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  10. Technical issue is now corrected and the voting process should work perfectly now.

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  11. It is actually Shorty TREANOR who was one of the best forwards Down ever had and as far as know he quit the fags when he was sixteen.
    Comments from a devoted fan.

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  12. Treanor is the correct spelling you are right. He was definitely still smoking in the early nineties because I marked him in a championship semi final and he was stinking!

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  13. What is the story with the voting? I wanted to pick players from other counties other than Down???

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  14. When is the final 270 list out? When is the 125 list out?

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  15. What about Kieran Denvir? 4 sigerson cups for UCD, Winner on the combined Universities team, railway cup, Dr McKenna Cup, Ulster Championships, All-ireland winner. Not to mention the numerous club championship medals gained for clubs in Dublin, Mayo and Down. He played throught the lean years of the early 50's right through to the success of 1960. Surely every Down player that was involved in all-ireland success (particularly the 1960 team) should at least be on the list. Typical press selections, always going with the hype and the myth rather than the reality!

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  16. Kieran Denvir was one of the best! Typical media prejudice. A man of his calibre not even mentioned. Can Matt really be a judge of a good footballer? Denvir was a class above.

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  17. Ambrose Rogers Snr (RIP)

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  18. How could Denvir not be included? He won more honours than most in the game, representing college, club, university, province and county. Are some real winners not included??

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  19. can't believe dessie downey isn't on this list

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  20. get a life you"s losers! the man has a right to his oppinion!!!! just think about how sad you"s all are and how small yours shitty little lives are writing crap !

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  21. Paddy Joe from Newry7 January 2010 01:14

    Matt Fitzpatrick is an excellent journalist and analyst. Just because he didn't pick players that others agree with, it is wrong to suggest that he has no great knowledge of football. The people who are criticizing Matt, more than likely can barely write their name. I would like to see them attempting to write an article - can you imagine the grammar?

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  22. So Paddy Joe are you siding with the illiterate fool who posted his incoherent nonsense on the 21 October 2009? And by the way don't make ill informed assumptions on the intelligence of people who have posted on this site. Face facts the list is flawed. Oh and how's my grammar?

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  23. Shorty Treanor was the best footballer Down ever had (excluding Sean o neil) . The problem with Shorty was simple. Such was his influence on a game that everything had to work through him. Defending, collecting balls of defenders, attacking,fielding, free kicks. He is and was a genius and like most geniuses was just to good to place all your eggs with.

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