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  • Páraic Ó Dufaigh - Monaghan - 2008 - Present

    Páraic Duffy became the 18th Director General of the Association on February 1 2008 having served in a variety of roles within the Association before his eventual elevation to his current position.

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  • Liam Ó Maolmhichíl - Longford - 1979 - 2007

    Longford native Liam Mulvihill served as the Association’s Ard Stiúrthóir for 29 years – a term that was only second in longevity to that of Pádraic Ó Caoimh.

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  • Seán Ó Síocháin - Cork - 1964 - 1979

    Sean O Síocháin was born on 24 March 1914 at Cill na Marta, West Cork. He played hurling and football for Macroom and won a Cork senior Championship medal in 1931. He played for the Cork senior football team and Munster in the Railway Cup.

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  • Padraic Ó Caoimh - Cork - 1929 - 1964

    A native of Roscommon, but associated with GAA for many years in Cork. Secretary of Cork county committee 10 years. Prominent player and referee in the 1920s.

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  • Luke O'Toole - Wicklow - 1901 - 1929

    A native of Wicklow, was prominent from mid 1890s in Dublin GAA affairs and a member of the Hibernian club. One of group responsible for revival of GAA in 1901 with his own election as secretary.

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  • Frank B. Dineen - Limerick - 1898 - 1901

    A native of Ballylanders Co Limerick, one of Munster's most promising athletes of the early 1880s.

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  • Richard T.C. Blake - Meath - 1895 - 1898

    A native of Meath, played major part in revival of GAA in Meath after Parnell Split. A prominent referee, who advocated tighter rules for football to make it more scientific.

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  • David Walsh - Clare - 1894 - 1895

    A native of Cork, became secretary at the 1895 convention, when Tobin declined to go forward after having served three years.

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  • Patrick Tobin - Dublin - 1891 - 1894

    A native of Dublin, was involved in Dublin GAA affairs from 1886.

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  • Maurice Moynihan - Kerry - 1890 - 1892

    A native of Tralee, Co. Kerry, where he was a prominent member of the John Mitchel club.

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  • P.R. Cleary - Limerick - 1889 - 1890

    A native of Lagganstown, in the parish of New Inn, Co. Tipperary.

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  • William Prendergast - Tipperary - 1888 - 1889

    A native of Clonmel, Co. Tipperary a good hurler who accompanied the team of hurlers and athletes on the American Invasion team of 1888 as both official and player.

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  • James Moore - Louth - 1887 - 1888

    Bio to follow soon.

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  • Timothy O'Riordan - Cork - 1885 - 1889

    A native of Tralee, Co. Kerry and journalist with the Kerry Sentinel, 'Daily Herald, Cork Examiner the Freeman's Journal, exclusively covering meetings for Parnell's party.

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  • J.B. O'Reilly - Dublin - 1885 - 1887

    An employee of Clery's drapery store, Dublin, prominent in Young Ireland Society in Dublin in the mid1880s.

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  • John Wyse Power - Kildare - 1884 - 1887

    A native of Co. Waterford and a fluent Irish speaker. A civil servant journalist, successively on Leinster Leader (Naas), Freeman's Journal and Daily Independent (Dublin).

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  • John McKay - Cork - 1884 - 1885

    A Belfast born journalist who spent much of his life on the staff of the Cork Examiner, later worked on Dublin and London papers.

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  • Michael Cusack - Clare - 1884 - 1885

    From Carron, Co. Clare, a native Irish speaker. Became a national teacher, then a secondary teacher, taught in Clare' Galway, Down, Kildare, Kilkenny, Dublin.

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