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Think you know your GAA trivia?


DO you think you know your GAA history? To be in with a chance of winning a copy of ‘We are Mayo’ just answer the six questions here correctly, and send them to:
GAA quiz competition, The Mayo News, The Fairgreen, Westport, Co Mayo before Friday, May 29 at 5pm. Or you can e-mail your entry to:
The correct answers will be revealed in next week’s paper.

Six questions of GAA trivia

1Name the player who won seven All-Ireland senior medals, seven National League medals, seven Railway Cup medals, and seven county senior championship medals?

2 Who is the player who lined out in eleven All-Ireland SFC semi-finals, winning nine and drawing two?

3 Which man won four minor All-Ireland medals, two in football and two in hurling? And four Under-21 All-Ireland medals, two in football and two in hurling?

Which man won National Football League and National Hurling League medals in the same year?

5 Which man scored 2-11 in an All-Ireland SHC Final and lost, but came back the following year and scored 2-9 in a final and won?

6 Three years in a row the losers of the All-Ireland SHC final scored five goals. What were the years?

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