Bord Gáis Energy Legends Tour with Steven McDonnell
On the eve of the second All-Ireland football semi-final, Armagh legend Steven McDonnell will join GAA Museum staff on a behind-the-scenes tour of Croke Park.
The Killeavy player was one of the most feared corner forwards in Ireland for over a decade, winning seven Ulster senior championships titles and a National Football League medal in 2005. In 2002, he enjoyed All-Ireland success with Armagh when the Orchard County won its first All-Ireland senior title. In 2003, Armagh reached the All-Ireland decider once more where they faced provincial rivals Tyrone in an historic all-Ulster final. Despite defeat, Steven won a second All Star award and was named Footballer of the Year.
He made his senior inter-county debut in March 1999 and played a total of 161 games for Armagh, scoring 58 goals and 504 points. He also played in International Rules and was captain of the Ireland team in 2010. In 2003, he scored a record 34 points in the series against Australia.
Booking is essential as places are limited.
Adult - €15.00
Student/Senior - €10.00
Family - €40.00