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Facts About the Top 15

posted 24 Jun 2011, 07:36 by Serva sport   [ updated 24 Jun 2011, 07:56 ]
Age profile of the voters: 

19-29: 7 
30-40: 20 
41-60: 27 
60+: 14 

Players who received 100% of the vote: 

1. Peter Brady

Players that are still playing today: 

1. John Hurst

How many senior medals between them: 

44

Era medals were won in: 

50's: 10 
80's: 6 
90's: 22 
00's: 6 

Player with the most medals: 

1. Peter Brady x 5

Players on the team that captained their side to win the championship: 

1. Sean Foran, 1957 
2. Christy McGlynn 1985 
3. Declan Farrell 1995 
4. Peter Brady 1997 
5. Kevin Guing 1999 
6. Finbarr Cullen 2001 

Players that won a senior Leinster title with Offaly: 

1. Sean Foran, 1960, 1961 
2. Mick Brady, 1960, 1960 
3. Tommy Cullen, 1960, 1961 
4. Christy Carroll, 1960, 1961 
5. Gerry Carroll, 1980, 1981, 1982 
6. Declan Farrell, 1981 
7. Peter Brady, 1997 
8. Finbarr Cullen, 1997 (captain) 
9. Kevin Guing, 1997 

Players that won All-Ireland medals: 

1. Gerry Carroll, 1982 (Senior Football) 
2. Donal O'Neill 1988 (U21 football) 
3. Finbarr Cullen 1989 (Minor Hurling)
4. Cillian Farrell, 1998 (Senior Hurling) 

Players who won a railway cup with Leinster: 

1. Sean Foran 
2. Mick Brady 
3. Finbarr Cullen

Players who played for Ireland: 

1. Finbarr Cullen

Relations on the team: 

1. Mick & Peter Brady, Father & Son 
2. Tommy & Finbarr Cullen, Father & Son 
3. Christy & Gerry Carroll, Father & Son 
4. Declan & Cillian Farrell, Cousins 
5. Christy McGlynn & Donal O'Neill, Uncle & Nephew

Origon of votes: 

1. Edenderry 
2. Clogerinkoe 
3. Kilcavan 
4. Celbridge 
5. Portlaoise 
6. Dublin 
7. England 
8. Australia 
9. America

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