Michael O’Shea Remembered For ‘Innate Footballing Brain’

Michael O'Shea. (Picture: St Senan's GAA Club)

Banner football hero Michael O’Shea is being remembered as a player with an innate footballing brain.

The St Senan’s Kilkee clubman died yesterday, following a cancer battle, leaving behind his wife and young daughter.

He first donned the Saffron and Blue in 1999 and played for his county for some 15 years, while also winning two county championships with Kilkee and moving into management in recent years.


Clare FM football analyst Joe Garry says it’s a tragic situation for his family and the GAA community: