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Gerry McEntee
Personal information
Irish name Gearóid Mac an tSaoi
Sport Gaelic football
Position Midfield
Born Nobber, County Meath, Ireland
Years College
Years County
Inter-county titles
Leinster titles 5
All-Irelands 2
All Stars 1

Gerry McEntee (born 19 October 1955) is an Irish former Gaelic footballer who played for the Meath county team. He played club football for Nobber GFC.

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During his playing career he helped his club Nobber to rise from Junior "B" to the top level, the Meath Senior Football Championship. He experienced success while playing inter-county football during the 1980s and early 1990s on the Meath teams managed by Seán Boylan, for whom he usually played at midfield. He won two All-Ireland Senior Football Championships in 1987 and 1988, as well as five Leinster Senior Football Championships, two National Football Leagues and a Centenary Cup Medal. He also captained UCD to a Sigerson Cup title in 1978.

McEntee was sent off in the 1988 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final replay.[1] He struck Niall Cahalane and was dismissed in the seventh minute of the game.[2]

McEntee managed Dublin club St Brigid's to their first and second Dublin Senior Football Championship in 2003 and again in 2011, as well as their first Leinster Senior Club Football Championship in 2003. He also managed St Brigid's's minor football team to the Minor and Leinster "A" titles in 2007, with the team narrowly missing out on winning the 2008 "A" title after losing the final to Na Fianna by one point after a replay. He also managed the 2008 Dublin minor football team.[3]

McEntee is a qualified surgeon by profession, practising as the hepatobiliary and pancreatic consultant in Dublin's Mater Hospital, and being a former sportsman, also has an interest in groin injuries sustained while playing sport.[4] A member of both the International Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Association and the Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland, he operates from Clinic 5 of the hospital's Whitty Building, and from Suite 10 on 69 Eccles Street (the latter for private patients).[4]

McEntee is the brother of Shane McEntee, the deceased Fine Gael TD for Meath. His niece, Helen, is the current minister for justice in the Irish government.


  1. ^ Fogarty, John (12 September 2019). "Replay readings suggest this will be tight, with a busy referee". Irish Examiner. Retrieved 12 September 2019. In 1996, Colm Coyle and Liam McHale was ushered to the line following a mass brawl while in '88 Gerry McEntee was sent off early.
  2. ^ Breheny, Martin. "Martin Breheny's Greatest All-Ireland Finals". Irish Independent. 1 September 2018, p. 14.
  3. ^ "Gavin appointed under-21 football boss". Word on the Hill. Archived from the original on 21 November 2007. Retrieved 21 November 2007. Other managers appointed for 2008 are former Meath midfielder Gerry McEntee, the current St Brigid's minor manager and senior manager when they won their only Dublin SFC in 2003, as minor football manager.
  4. ^ a b "Mr Gerry McEntee". Mater Misericordiae University Hospital. Retrieved 20 September 2019.
Sporting positions
Preceded by
Dublin Minor Football Manager
Succeeded by
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