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Monday, October 5, 2009



Corkbeg centreback Joe Sheehan is one of the best known characters in AUL

junior football. He started off with the Whitegate club as an 18 year old

and, except for one season with Bosco's, has played in the Corkbeg defence

ever since and captained the side in the recent County Cup triumph.

Joe is a life long Liverpool supporter and that leads to some lively

conversations between himself and club secretary Jim Reaney, a self proclaimed

Arsenal fanatic. The craic is mighty when Sheehan scores: "We never hear the

end of it", said one player.

Sheehan's honours with Corkbeg include one League 3 championship medal, two

Saxone medals, one President's Cup medal, and the recent County Cup trophy.

Joe, like all in the club, is eagerly looking forward to the 25th anniversary

celebrations later this year.

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