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Saturday 25 January 2020

We reveal where the victorious London squad hail from

London's strength is increasing in light of the recession, here we examine where the current squad hail from and what they are working at.

Back row left to right: Lorcan Mulvey (Cavan) Fulham Irish, Site manager;  Lloyd Colfer (Wexford) GAA development officer; Greg Crowle (Westmeath) Parnells, Credit Control manager; Cathal Magee (Down) Tir Chonaill Gaels, Construction manager; Paul Geraghty (Galway) engineer manager; Danny Ryan (Mayo) maths teacher; Caolan Doyle (Derry) Tir Chonaill Gaels, Schoolteacher; Shane Mulligan (Monaghan) Fulham Irish, Engineer; Martin Carroll (Louth) plumber ; Declan Traynor (Meath) Fulham Irish, Labourer; Evan Byrne (Tipperary) student; Kevin Lynham (Offaly) Heston Gaels, Site foreman; Damien Dunleavy (Galway) block-layer; Eoin O’Neill (Galway) electrician.

Front row left to right: Brian Collins (Sligo) architect;Philip Butler (London) student; Tony Gaughan (Mayo) Neasden Gaels, Self employed plumber;  Padraig McGoldrick (Sligo) Heston Gaels, Site manager; Mark Gottsche (Galway) Tir Chonaill Gaels, Works for London GAA board; Seamus Hannon (Longford) Fulham Irish, Civil engineer; Barry Mitchell (Laois) Heston Gaels, Property investor;  Ciaran McCallion (Derry) Kingdom Kerry Gaels, Site engineer;  David McGreevy (Down) Kingdom Kerry Gales, Recruitment consultant; Stephen Curran(Kerry) St Kiernans, Structural engineer;  Sean Kelly (Mayo) student;  Eamonn McConville (Down) accountant.

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