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Antrim hurling legend Terence McNaughton inducted into GAA Hall of Fame

Terence McNaughton in action for Antrim against Tipperary during the 1989 All-Ireland SHC final  

Antrim hurling legend Terence McNaughton was inducted into the GAA Hall of Fame at a special ceremony at Croke Park in Dublin today.

The Ruairi Og, Cushendall clubman and former Antrim hurling manager was one of six former gaelic games stars honoured at the awards event.

The full list of 2019 GAA Museum Hall of Fame inductees is Nicky English (Tipperary), Conor Hayes (Galway), Terence McNaughton (Antrim), Denis Moran (Kerry), Colm O'Rourke (Meath) and Larry Tompkins (Cork).

 

Michael Lyster, Joe Brolly, Colm O'Rourke and Pat Spillane on RTÉ's The Sunday Game Live

 

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