Fergal Quinn Shortlisted for Translink Ulster GAA Coach of the Year

Nine outstanding volunteer coaches have been chosen as finalists in the Translink Ulster GAA Coach of the Year Award. Our very own Fergal Quinn has made the shortlist as the Fermanagh nomination.

In the words of  our youth chairman Tom Brewster “Fergal has been immense over the last few years and is always willing to help across multiple youth teams for both club and county”.

Fergal has been heavily involved in the success of our ladies youth section as part of the coaching team for the minor ladies and U16 girls. He is also a key member of the senior ladies coaching set-up.

Fergal also organises and runs the coaching for the Gaels Easter and Summer kids camps, anyone who has had children attending these camps will agree that the kids have a fantastic time and the level of coaching is excellent.

We are asking that you take 2 minutes to vote for Fergal to recognise his hard work and dedication to the club.




The finalists were selected following public nominations in each county submitted by club members across Ulster. A panel of experts including Down GAA football manager Conor Laverty, Derry All-Ireland winner and Ulster GAA coach, Tony Scullion, and Irish News sportswriter, Neil Loughran, whittled the entries down to the final nine.

As well as the title ‘Coach of the Year’, the person who tops the poll will receive free coach travel for their team, courtesy of Translink, and specially commissioned Coach of the Year O’Neill’s sportswear.

Voting closes at midnight on Friday 8th March


By proenniskillengaels Mon 26th Feb