GWEEDORE’S McGee brothers, who generally make their headlines on the Gaelic football fields, made a little slice of history today in the Donegal League.
In the Temple Domestic Appliances Division One game against derby rivals Keadue Rovers at An Screaban, Eamon, Neil and Peter McGee all played for Gweedore Celtic in a 4-2 win.
“First time the three of us have graced a soccer field together. What’s the opposite of tippy tappy football?” Eamon McGee, who recently retired from inter-county GAA, tweeted afterwards.
Eamon scored twice while Odhrán Mac Niallais, another man who stars for Donegal, netting and Micheál Roarty also on the mark .
John Yank Boyle and Daniel Bonner netted for Keadue.
First time the three of us have graced a soccer field together. What's the opposite of tippy tappy football? pic.twitter.com/lcNINYuACu
— Eamon Mc Gee (@EamonMcGee) September 25, 2016