Michael Coleman (hurler)

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Michael Coleman
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Michael Coleman at the 2013 Galway Senior Hurling county final where the Abbeyknockmoy championship winning team of 1998 was honoured
Personal information
Irish name Mícheál Ó Colmáin
Sport Dual player
Position Midfield
Born Abbeyknockmoy, County Galway
Height 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Occupation Teacher
Club(s)
YearsClub
1970s-1990s
Abbeyknockmoy
Club titles
Galway titles 1
Inter-county(ies)
YearsCounty
1988-1997
Galway
Inter-county titles
Connacht titles 2
All-Irelands 1
All Stars 3
 FootballHurling
League titles 3

Michael Coleman (born 1962 in Abbeyknockmoy, County Galway) is an Irish former hurler. He played for his local club Abbeyknockmoy and was a member of the Galway senior inter-county team from 1988 until 1999. [1]

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References

  1. "Galway GAA profile". www.hoganstand.com. Archived from the original on 26 May 2010. Retrieved 2 May 2010.
Achievements
Preceded by
Bill Hennessy
(Kilkenny)
National Hurling League Final (Div 1)
winning captain

1995-96
Succeeded by
Gary Kirby
Limerick