portal_normal PUBLICATION STRUCTURE cat: /publications/bn-breakingnews/sport/national


portal_normal STRUCTURE section: nationalsport

portal_normal getURLCurrent: /web/eveningecho/nationalsport/detailedstory?p_p_id=DetailedStory_WAR_portalsuite&p_p_lifecycle=0&_DetailedStory_WAR_portalsuite_arg_detailstory_uuid=4dc60db5-c0fc-4667-8a7b-7cc446eb0e06

portal_normal getPortalURL getURLCurrent: http://www.echolive.ie./web/eveningecho/nationalsport/detailedstory?p_p_id=DetailedStory_WAR_portalsuite&p_p_lifecycle=0&_DetailedStory_WAR_portalsuite_arg_detailstory_uuid=4dc60db5-c0fc-4667-8a7b-7cc446eb0e06

portal_normal getPortalURL: http://www.echolive.ie

portal_normal domain: http://www.echolive.ie

STRUCTURE EE_062016_general_layout.tpl - url: /nationalsport/Sean-Cavanagh-celebrates-All-Ireland-title-with-brother-Colm-where-it-all-began-4dc60db5-c0fc-4667-8a7b-7cc446eb0e06-ds

STRUCTURE EE_062016_general_layout.tpl - section: nationalsport

STRUCTURE EE_062016_general_layout.tpl - orgcat: orgcat = /PUBLICATIONS/BN-BREAKINGNEWS/SPORT/National


Sean Cavanagh celebrates All-Ireland title with brother Colm 'where it all began'

Sean Cavanagh's Moy Tír Na nÓg enjoyed a successful Croke Pare outing where his side were crowned the All-Ireland intermediate club football champions.

Running out 1-10 to 0-07 winners against Michael Glaveys, Cavanagh hit five points while his younger brother Colm put in a man-of-the-match display.

With Moy underdogs to even get to the final, the older Cavanagh will have thought his glory days over, having retired from inter-county football with Tyrone at the end of last season.

However, club success has seen him at the top of the Croker steps once more and he has paid tribute to his family, and his brother, in a series of tweets.

Colm Cavanagh also tweeted a tribute to Sean, saying "Suppose had to get him up the steps one last time".

Then 34-year-old then shared a moving picture of the two brothers with their trophy outside their home, "where it all began".