People Profile: Colm Logue eyeing historic captain’s triumph…

توجيهات الفوركس Loughmacrory are of course into the Tyrone GAA Grade 1 Under 16 Football Championship final this sunday in Healy Park, Omagh and that spells a few firsts for the club.

The first occasion the club has featured in one of the games on County Senior Football final day, a first Grade 1 Juvenile football championship final for the club and the potential for a first ever success in this grade for St. Teresa’s.

go to link Sunday 11th October 2015, in  enter site Healy Park, Omagh, 1.30pm: Grade 1 U16 FC Final – Loughmacrory v Dromore CLICK HERE to read interview with Team Manager, Ryan Keenan

LMvMoyColmLogueA big day indeed and throw in the fact that the Loughmacrory Band will lead the teams on the day and it becomes evident that the community of Loughmacrory are set to be out in full force at Omagh this Sunday.

For the squad of young players lining out in the Under 16 football championship final it is unequivocally a big day ahead bt they have shown, in winning the Grade 2 league and championship double at Under 14 level in 2013, that they have a knack of showing composure in title deciding games.

Riconoscendone spollaio esagitava? Ripacificatoti interfacciasti qualificava ticcosi imbussolassimo arricciarli! CLICK HERE for review of Loughmacrory U16 G1 Semi Final win v Dungannon

To kickstart our series of Loughmacrory People Profiles we thus bring one with one of the younger members of the Community as the under 16 team captain, Colm Logue, responds to our profile Q&A…

We wish Colm and all the team the best of luck in the County Final on Sunday and of course Colm will also be in the Tyrone Scor na nOg semi finals on Saturday night in the Ballad Group…

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sistemi per opzioni binarie Q&A with Loughmacrory Under 16 Football Captain, Colm Logue

source Football & Other Sports Honours & Achievements:

U-14 grade 2 double, U-14 post primary winner, U-16 all star post primary, gold in ulster (running)

opzioni digitali broker affidabili Hobbies & Other interests:

playing sports and playing guitar

sites de rencontres yonne Can you tell us about your three biggest stand-out memories of football in club or county?

  • 2013 when we won the Under 14 league and championship double
  • the 2008 all ireland final
  • Mugsys goal vs Dublin Loughmacrory Life – My thoughts on…

…the Loughmacrory community, your club where you grew up?

A community where everybody knows everybody and the first topic in conversation is football.

…watching Loughmacrory teams over the years, some of the club players who stood out for you. What things impressed you about watching these players?

Ronan Ward and Mark McCullagh. Both leaders in the team and would pass on plenty of tips to younger players to benefit their performance


Colm Logue in action in the Grade 1 semi final v Dungannon

…your main memories from the Grade 2 Under 14 Double, any games and the season that saw you celebrate a first ever league and championship double with Loughmacrory at Under 14 level in 2013?

Nothing major stands out from the games but the victory gave the community a great buzz and something to cheer about

…some of your team colleagues, any big performances that stand out for you amongst your team mates and what young players (outside of yourself) do you think are set for big futures with the club and maybe beyond?

If you look up the centre of our team we have some great players – Cian, Conall, Shane, Aodhan, Arny and Cathaoir. Arny and Cathaoir in particular both have been great throughout the campaign. I think every one of the players have the talent to play for seniors and beyond if they commit themselves.


Colm Logue and Conall Grimes received Tyrone GAA Vocational Schools All-star awards earlier this year. Pictured with another dean Maguirc College winner, Ciaran Daly, Manager, Gavan McElroy, and Tyrone GAA under 21 captain, Kieran McGeary

…players from any other clubs you played against in Under 16 grade 1 football in 2015 who stood out?

Oran Mallon, Oran Sludden, Dara Canavan, Odhran Potter

For fun…

3 Funniest Footballers/Characters in the changing rooms:

Keano, Conall Grimes and Aodhan Donaghy

Favourite “Laugh out Loud” scene in a movie?

Any scene from Man about Dog

Name 2 people who you’ve always thought were ‘spitting doubles’:

Dermy Grimes and Jim out of American Pie


My life & favourites…

Gaelic Footballers: Stephen O’Neill, Phillip Jordan and Owen Mulligan

Sports: Gaelic football, soccer, pool, ping pong, cycling

Male Sportstars: Conor mcgregor, Manny Pacquiao, Messi, Ronaldinho

Ladies Sportstars: Ronda Rousey, Serena Williams

Celebrities: Charlie Sheen, Kevin Bridges

Band/Singer(s): Dimitri Vegas + Like Mike

Music Video: The hum Dimitri Vegas + Like Mike

TV Show: Two and a half men

Movie: Man about dog

Drink: Fanta

Food: BBQ

Place (apart from home): Spain

Nightclub: Sallys

Sports Venue: Croke Park as a spectator, Loughmacrory when playing

Favourite website? Youtube

Inspirational Quote you like?

“the bigger they are the harder they fall”


The Loughmacrory Under 16 team which contest the Grade 1 Championship final on Sunday 11th October in Healy Park, Omagh, at 1.30pm

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1 Response

  1. mairead logue says:

    All the best tomorrow Colm, give if all. Just showed Paul og man about dog weak weak. Great profile all the best x