In Memoriam

In Memoriam

Sean McKenna

Remembered fondly by many of the Vincent’s family. The Sean McKenna Memorial Cup was donated in his honour.

Maurice Fay

Beloved husband, father and friend, the Fay Cup, donated by his family is contested annually.

Andy Byrne

An excellent athlete and a fine gentleman who was taken from us much too soon.

Phil Walsh

A founding member and first President of our Club. Also, Phil was first President of the GAA in Toronto.

Edward McGlynn

We lost “Big Ed” in his prime. His energy and enthusiasm are sorely missed.

Dan Ryan

Dan was Secretary/Treasurer of our club for many years. His support of St. Vincent’s and all things Irish was well know.

John Gilligan

Was a founding father and staunch GAA man. Big John could “slag” with the best of them.

Rick Leahy

Rick trained the hurling team for many years. He was also a founding member.

Greta Fay

St. Vincent’s was her adopted family. Her support of the club and her interest in it’s members was unrivalled.

Bill O’Connor

The jovial Kerryman was a staunch patriot and a great supporter of ours for forty years.

Larry Morrin

Larry’s home, at 27 Galley Avenue, was where St. Vincent’s was founded. the escapades at this famous address are the stuff of folklore.

Bill Farrell

From Tipperary, Bill played with Jimmy and Eddie O’Brien, also from Tipperary. He was a determined hurler and dedicated Vincent’s man.

Mickey Donegan

The affable Corkman was a tenacious hurler and a great clubman

Joe Kennedy

One of the most stylish hurlers of his era. Oldtimers will remember Joe’s catchphrase when he got tired. “Slow it down, gotta take five for a 50 (Labatt’s)

Harold Parker

Harold was one of a rare breed ……….. a quiet Dub. He co-coached with Rickey Leahy who made up for Harold’s shyness

Liam Callaghan

The “Coach” led his team to two Championships and many other victories. He was a great fan of his native Meath.

Joe Kelly

The soft-spoken Carlow man knew his football. He managed and coached St. Vincent’s successfully for a number of years.

Mike Cummins

Was seen at every function, always ready to support his friends in St. Vincent’s.

Eddie O’Brien

Eddie was an original in every sense of the word. Captain Vincent’s to many wins. Won 21 medals himself.

John Molloy

John was a born leader. The quiet spoken Galway man did an incredible amount of work St. Vincent’s and later St. Pat’s.

John McGlynn

The only football team he loved more than Tyrone was St. Vincent’s. A great supporter for over forty years.