The GAA Museum kicks off season five of its Legends Tour Series with a special behind-the-scenes tour of the stadium with Armagh and Crossmaglen Rangers legend Oisín McConville.
Oisín McConville is regarded as one of the outstanding forwards of his generation. Twice an All-Star, Oisín won an All-Ireland and seven Ulster championship medals and a National Football League with Armagh and an incredible six club All-Ireland championships with Crossmaglen Rangers.
Oisin made his Armagh senior debut in the 1994 Dr. McKenna Cup Final. He holds the record for the highest individual score in an Ulster Final, when he notched 2-07 against Down in the 1999 decider.
Oisin played in the half-forward line for Armagh in their 2002 All-Ireland winning year. In the All-Ireland Final against Kerry, he overcame the setback of having his first-half penalty saved, to step up and score the vital second-half goal that was instrumental in Armagh winning a tight contest. Oisin retired from inter-county football after the 2008 season.
McConville is part of the Crossmaglen team that has won 13 Armagh Senior Football Championships in a row between 1996 and 2008. He continues to play with Crossmaglen Rangers and in March 2012 he won his 6th All-Ireland Club Championship medal.
Booking is essential as places are limited.
Adult – €15.00, Student/Senior – €10.00
Child – €8.50, Family – €40.00