Paul Noone (Gaelic footballer)

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Paul Noone
Personal information
Sport Gaelic football
Position Corner-back
Born c. 1980s[1]
Years Club
Donegal Boston
Years County
c. 2000s

Paul Noone (born 1980s) is a former Gaelic footballer who played for the Roscommon county team.

He won a Connacht Under-21 Football Championship in 2001.[1] He was then part of the team that knocked future All-Ireland champions Galway out of the Connacht Senior Football Championship and into the newly created All-Ireland Senior Football Championship qualifiers.[2][3]

Noone also played for Donegal Boston.[4]


  1. ^ Jump up to: a b Duggan, Keith (17 June 2006). "Roscommon's poor reward for major coup". The Irish Times. Retrieved 17 June 2006. In addition, they had selected some of the more promising members of the county under-21 team that had won the Connacht championship, including Paul Noone and Frankie Dolan.
  2. ^ McMahon, James (18 May 2012). "History of Roscommon v Galway". RTÉ Sport. Retrieved 18 May 2012. Yet, Grehan could have shared equal billing with others, namely Seamus O'Neill at midfield; corner-forwards Nigel Dineen and Franke Dolan; Connor Connelly just ahead of that duo; Paul Noone at No 4 and goalkeeper Derek Thompson.
  3. ^ "Manner of victory impresses old boss". The Irish Times. 5 June 2001. Paul Noone at half back brings the same pace to the defence. He was on Michael Donnellan, who's accepted as just about the fastest Gaelic footballer there is but on Sunday he met a faster player. Noone's an athlete.
  4. ^ "Donegal Boston come of age". Hogan Stand. 16 July 2009. Retrieved 16 July 2009.

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