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|Irish name||Tomás Ó Cuinn|
|Position||Left Corner Forward|
|Height||1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)|
Tomás 'Mossy' Quinn (Irish : Tomás Ó Cuinn) is an Irish Gaelic footballer from Dublin who plays for the St Vincents club and, formerly, for the Dublin county team.
Sometimes known as Mossy Quinn, he attended Ardscoil Rís in Marino.
He made his debut for Dublin in the opening match of the 2003 National Football League against Armagh.Quinn was part of the Dublin panel that won the All-Ireland Senior Football championship in 2011. On 2 November 2012, Quinn retired as an inter-county player.
He was the free-taker for the senior Dublin team. He has finished the last two seasons[ when? ] in the league as the top scorer for his county and finished as top scorer in the 2005 championship. Quinn had been coached by former Dublin player and club-mate Jimmy Keaveney.
After retiring from the inter-county game, Quinn was an integral part of the St Vincent's team that won Dublin and Leinster SFC in 2013 and then the All-Ireland Club title versus Castlebar Mitchells on St Patrick's Day at Croke Park. St Vincent's retained their Dublin and Leinster SFC crowns in 2014 but were beaten by eventual winners Corofin in the All-Ireland semi-final in Feb 2015. Quinn again played a key role in St Vincent's winning the Dublin SFC, with a man of the match performance in the 2016 final against Castleknock. He collected his fourth Leinster club title after defeating Offaly champions Rhode but Vincent's were beaten by Derry champions Slaughtneil in the All-Ireland final in Feb 2017.
In January 2014, Quinn took up his role as Commercial and Marketing Manager for Dublin GAA, the first role of its kind for GAA counties.
|1||2 February 2003||Parnell Park, Dublin||Armagh||0–3||0–7 : 1–15||National Football League Round 1|
|2||9 February 2003||Ballyshannon, Donegal||Donegal||1–5||1–10 : 0–9||National Football League Round 2|
|3||16 February 2003||Parnell Park, Dublin||Tyrone||0–1||0–12 : 0–11||National Football League Round 3|
|4||2 March 2003||Fitzgerald Stadium, Kerry||Kerry||0–3||0–14 : 2–11||National Football League Round 4|
|5||23 March 2003||Dr. Hyde Park, Roscommon||Roscommon||0–2||0–17 : 0–14||National Football League Round 6|
|6||6 April 2003||Parnell Park, Dublin||Galway||–||0–12 : 1–9||National Football League Round 7|
|7||1 February 2004||Parnell Park, Dublin||Tyrone||0–1||0–9 : 0–8||National Football League Round 1|
|8||8 February 2004||McHale Park, Castlebar||Mayo||0–1||0–3 : 1–10||National Football League Round 2|
|9||15 February 2004||Parnell Park, Dublin||Kerry||0–4||0–12 : 1–12||National Football League Round 3|
|10||7 March 2004||Cusack Park, Mullingar||Westmeath||0–4||0–15 : 0–10||National Football League Round 4|
|11||14 March 2004||Brewster Park, Enniskillen||Fermanagh||0–3||0–12 : 0–12||National Football League Round 5|
|12||4 April 2004||Parnell Park, Dublin||Longford||0–4||2–12 : 2–9||National Football League Round 7|
|13||5 February 2005||Parnell Park, Dublin||Mayo||2–2||2–13 : 1–15||National Football League Round 1|
|15||13 February 2005||Healy Park, Omagh||Tyrone||0–4||0–9 : 1–10||National Football League Round 2|
|16||5 March 2005||Austin Stack Park, Tralee||Kerry||0–1||2–11 : 2–13||National Football League Round 3|
|17||12 March 2005||Parnell Park, Dublin||Westmeath||0–7||0–11 : 0–9||National Football League Round 4|
|18||20 March 2005||Parnell Park, Dublin||Donegal||1–4||1–11 : 0–13||National Football League Round 5|
|19||26 March 2005||Páirc Uí Rinn, Cork||Cork||0–3||1–6 : 0–18||National Football League Round 6|
|20||3 April 2005||O'Connor Park, Tullamore||Offaly||1–2||1–13 : 2–6||National Football League Round 7|
|21||5 February 2006||Healy Park, Omagh||Tyrone||1–7||1–9 : 1–6||National Football League Round 1|
|22||12 February 2006||Parnell Park, Dublin||Monaghan||0–4||0–7 : 1–11||National Football League Round 2|
|23||4 March 2006||Parnell Park, Dublin||Offaly||0–2||1–10 : 3–2||National Football League Round 3|
|24||11 March 2006||Páirc Uí Rinn, Cork||Cork||0–2||1–10 : 1–11||National Football League Round 4|
|25||19 March 2006||Brewster Park, Fermanagh||Fermanagh||0–5||0–8 : 0–9||National Football League Round 5|
|26||25 March 2006||Parnell Park, Dublin||Mayo||2–2||4–10 : 1–10||National Football League Round 6|
|27||10 February 2007||Gaelic Grounds, Limerick||Limerick||0–4||0–14 : 1–10||National Football League Round 2|
|28||25 February 2007||Ballyshannon, Donegal||Donegal||–||0–5 : 0–9||National Football League Round 3|
|29||10 March 2007||Parnell Park, Dublin||Cork||0–5||1–13 : 0–7||National Football League Round 4|
|29||24 March 2007||Parnell Park, Dublin||Fermanagh||1–1||3–15 : 0–7||National Football League Round 5|
|30||1 April 2007||McHale Park, Castlebar||Mayo||0–1||0–9 : 0–10||National Football League Round 6|
|31||5 April 2008||Parnell Park, Dublin||Roscommon||1–3||3–20 : 0–7||National Football League Round 6|
|32||20 April 2008||Parnell Park, Dublin||Meath||0–6||0–13 : 2–6||National Football League Round 7|
|33||22 March 2009||Ballina, Mayo||Mayo||–||0–9 : 0–9||National Football League Round 5|
|34||12 April 2009||Parnell Park, Dublin||Westmeath||–||5–22 : 0–10||National Football League Round 7|
|1||1 June 2003||Croke Park, Dublin||Louth||0–3||1–19 : 0–9||Leinster Championship Quarter final|
|2||15 June 2003||Croke Park, Dublin||Laois||0–3||0–14 : 0–16||Leinster Championship Semi final|
|3||28 June 2003||St. Tiernach's Park, Derry||Derry||–||3–9 : 1–9||Qualifiers Round 2|
|4||12 June 2004||Parnell Park, Dublin||London||1–5||3–24 : 0–6||Qualifiers Round 1|
|5||3 July 2004||Carrick on Shannon, Leitrim||Leitrim||0–3||1–13 : 0–4||Qualifiers Round 2|
|6||10 July 2004||O'Moore Park, Portlaoise||Longford||0–5||1–17 : 0–11||Qualifiers Round 3|
|7||1 August 2004||Croke Park, Dublin||Roscommon||–||1–14 : 0–13||Qualifiers Round 4|
|8||14 August 2004||Croke Park, Dublin||Kerry||–||1–8 : 1–15||All Ireland Quarter final|
|9||15 May 2005||Croke Park, Dublin||Longford||0–5||2–23 : 0–10||Leinster Championship Preliminary Quarter final|
|10||5 June 2005||Croke Park, Dublin||Meath||0–1||1–12 : 1–10||Leinster Championship Quarter final|
|11||19 June 2005||Croke Park, Dublin||Wexford||0–10||1–17 : 2–10||Leinster Championship Semi final|
|12||17 July 2005||Croke Park, Dublin||Laois||0–4||0–14 : 0–13||Leinster Championship Final|
|13||13 August 2005||Croke Park, Dublin||Tyrone||1–7||1–14 : 1–14||All Ireland Quarter final|
|14||27 August 2005||Croke Park, Dublin||Tyrone||0–2||1–14 : 2–18||All Ireland Quarter final replay|
|15||4 June 2006||Pearse Park, Longford||Longford||0–2||1–12 : 0–13||Leinster Championship Quarter final|
|16||25 June 2006||Croke Park, Dublin||Laois||2–3||3–17 : 0–12||Leinster Championship Semi final|
|17||16 July 2006||Croke Park, Dublin||Offaly||0–8||1–15 : 0–9||Leinster Championship Final|
|18||13 August 2006||Croke Park, Dublin||Westmeath||1–2||1–12 : 0–5||All Ireland Quarter final|
|19||27 August 2006||Croke Park, Dublin||Mayo||0–2||2–12 : 1–16||All-Ireland Semi final|
|20||3 June 2007||Croke Park, Dublin||Meath||0–3||1–11 : 0–14||Leinster Championship Quarter final|
|21||17 June 2007||Croke Park, Dublin||Meath||0–1||0–16 : 0–12||Leinster Championship Quarter final replay|
|22||24 June 2007||Croke Park, Dublin||Offaly||0–1||1–12 : 0–10||Leinster Championship Semi final|
|23||15 July 2007||Croke Park, Dublin||Laois||0–1||3–14 : 1–14||Leinster Championship Final|
|24||11 August 2007||Croke Park, Dublin||Derry||–||0–18 : 0–15||All Ireland Quarter final|
|25||26 August 2007||Croke Park, Dublin||Kerry||–||0–16 : 1–15||All-Ireland Semi final|
|26||8 June 2008||Croke Park, Dublin||Louth||0–6||1–22 : 0–12||Leinster Championship Quarter final|
|27||29 June 2008||Croke Park, Dublin||Westmeath||0–3||0–13 : 1–8||Leinster Championship Semi final|
|28||20 July 2008||Croke Park, Dublin||Wexford||0–5||3–23 : 0–9||Leinster Championship Final|
|29||16 August 2008||Croke Park, Dublin||Tyrone||0–2||1–8 : 3–14||All Ireland Quarter final|
|30||28 June 2009||Croke Park, Dublin||Westmeath||1–1||4–26 : 0–11||Leinster Championship Semi final|
|31||13 June 2010||Croke Park, Dublin||Wexford||0–4||2–16 : 0–15||Leinster Championship Quarter final|
|32||27 June 2010||Croke Park, Dublin||Meath||0–7||0–13 : 5–9||Leinster Championship Semi final|
In the 2005 league Quinn became Dublin's first choice free taker. Throughout the National Football League he showed he could hold his nerve scoring the winning points in two matches from dead balls. He finished the NFL campaign with 4–23 (0-13f, 1–0 pen, 0–2 '45').
Quinn was on the Dublin panel that beat Laois in the Leinster Senior Football Championship Final at Croke Park. He scored a total of four points in the final with two being of special note both scored in the dying minutes. The first drew the teams level while the second was the match winning point.
He finished the 2005 All-Ireland and Leinster Championships with a total of 1–29, which confirmed him as the top scoring player from Leinster. He finished in fifth top scorer as the All-Ireland Championship due to a lack of progress on Dublin's part in the 2005 Championship.
He finished the 2006 NFL campaign as top scorer for the Dublin Senior panel with a total score of 3–22 (2–0 pens, 0-13f, 0–4 '45'). He was on Dublin's winning side in the 2006 Leinster Senior football championship final clash against Offaly, helping Dublin gain their 46th championship. Quinn featured in the All-Ireland quarter-final victory over Westmeath, notching a first-half goal. He was substituted in the second half of the All-Ireland semi-final defeat to [[Mayo county football team|Mayo].
At club level, Mossy scored a total of 1–4 (0–3 '45', 0-1f) for St Vincent's in their drubbing of Parnells, taking St Vincent's to the fourth round of the 2006 Dublin Senior Football Championship. In the fourth round, St Vincent's met St Brigid's. Quinn's first half goal proved to be the difference between the sides in a game that finished with a scoreline of 1–8 to 0–9. Mossy scored a total of 1–2 in the game which took St Vincent's in the Dublin Senior Club Football Championship quarter-final, where they played St Judes. His form continued against St Judes in a tight game in which Mossy scored 2–2 to take his side into the Dublin Championship semi-final against Na Fianna. Quinn helped guide his team past Na Fianna and went on to lose against UCD in the final. He finished the Dublin Championship as top-scorer in this year's championship with 7–31 (eight games). Quinn was named on the 2006 Dublin Bus/Evening Herald Blue Star football XV at full forward.
He won the 2007 O'Byrne Cup for Dublin against Laois at O'Connor Park in Offaly. The game finished on a scoreline of 1–18 to 2–13 against Laois. Mossy scored 1–11 (0-4f, 0–2 '45') for Dublin during their 2007 campaign in Division 1A.Mark Vaughan replaced Quinn as the freekick taker for the Dublin senior football team for Dublin's second game against Meath in the quarter-final of the Leinster Senior Football Championship. Vaughan scored 0-8 as the freetaker and was selected as the freetaker for the semi-final against Offaly. Quinn retained his position on the Dublin team, despite losing his role as freetaker. Quinn won his first Dublin Senior Football Championship medal with St Vincent's in 2007, scoring 0–4 in the final against St Brigid's at Parnell Park. Mossy then went on to win the Leinster Senior Club Football Championship final against Tyrrellspass of Westmeath.
Tomás won the 2008 All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship with St Vincent's as captain while scoring total of 0–7 (0-5f) in their final win over Nemo Rangers.Quinn was restored his free e-taking role with the Dublin senior team. He won his fourth Leinster title in a row with Dublin against Wexford in the final at Croke Park.
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