Cathal Sheridan

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Cathal Sheridan
Personal information
Sport Dual player
Born County Meath
Occupation Garda
Years Club

Kiltale (H)
Years County
Meath (H)
Meath (F)
Kildare (H)
Inter-county titles
  Football Hurling
Leinster Titles 1 0
All-Ireland Titles 1 0
League titles 0 0
All-Stars 0 0

Cathal Sheridan is a former dual player from County Meath, Ireland. He played both Gaelic football and hurling at all levels with Meath and hurling with the Kildare county team.[1] He won All Ireland football medals at Minor, Under 21 and Senior with Meath in the 1990s as well as a Junior medal in 2003. In 2003 he created his own piece of history by becoming the only Meath player to win All Ireland medals at Minor, Under 21, Junior and Senior level.

He played his club football and hurling with Moynalvey GAA and Kiltale GAA[2][3] early in his career, transferring to Kilcock, when his job as a Garda required him to move to Kildare.


  1. ^ "Sheridan is a Kildare hotshot". 24 April 2001. Retrieved 4 January 2011.
  2. ^ "Sheridan stuck in limbo". 27 March 2002. Retrieved 4 January 2011.
  3. ^ "Sheridan hits late Moynalvey winner". 9 April 2006. Retrieved 4 January 2011.

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