GAA: Four Tyrone students claim College Allstar awards

Brian Donnelly from Danske Bank and Seamus Meehan, Chairman of Ulster Colleges are pictured with Enda McGarrity (St Ciaran's Ballygawley), Christopher McGuigan (Holy Trinity Cookstown), Lee Brennan (St Michael's Enniskillen) and Conan McLernon (Holy Trinity Cookstown)  Pic: Press Eye.
Brian Donnelly from Danske Bank and Seamus Meehan, Chairman of Ulster Colleges are pictured with Enda McGarrity (St Ciaran's Ballygawley), Christopher McGuigan (Holy Trinity Cookstown), Lee Brennan (St Michael's Enniskillen) and Conan McLernon (Holy Trinity Cookstown) Pic: Press Eye.

Four Tyrone students received an early Christmas present when they were awarded Danske Bank Ulster College Allstars.

There was also a little bit of history made when Trillick clubman and St Michael’s Enniskillen star Lee Brennan became only the second player to win three consecutive awards.

Brennan, selected at right corner forward, also became the first player in the history of the scheme to win the award at the same position.

Brennan was joined in the full-forward line by his Tyrone minor team mate from 2014, Galbally’s Enda McGarrity.

McGarrity, a St Ciaran’s Ballygawley student, played at wing-back on the Tyrone minor team and received his award at full-forward.

There were also awards for Moortown and Holy Trinity College, Cookstown duo Christopher McGuigan and Conan McLernon.

Both McGuigan and McLernon played critical roles as Moortown claimed Tyrone Minor championship and league success in 2014.

McGuigan took the award at full-back while McLernon won a place at left corner forward.