When Peter Quinn received his badge of office in April 1991, at the age of 47, there was much anticipation that Quinn would be a visionary for the Association. The Teemore man was the 31st President of the GAA and almost a fortnight ago, Jarlath Burns was elected the 41st President. Burns becomes the first person from […]
Former GAA president has a reputation for not pulling his punches, and so it turned out at a talk he presented at Aughakillymaude Historical Society
Peter Quinn has said the sporting organisation will feel the pain of Brexit as much as the business and farming sector.
Be warned – it’s an early start!
AROUND 100 businesses based along the border are expected to get themselves Brexit-ready at a unique networking event this week. Lisnaskea Chamber of Commerce in association with InterTradeIreland are holding a FREE breakfast briefing event for SMEs in Fermanagh, Omagh, Cavan, Monaghan and Donegal in the Donn Carragh Hotel this Thursday, February 23rd from 7.45am-9.30am, […]
Former GAA President speaking ahead of Brexit Briefing in Lisnaskea next week
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THERE was an impressive turn-out at last week’s launch of Peter Quinn’s autobiography, ‘The Outsider’ in the Killyhevlin Hotel.