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James McCarthy (Gaelic footballer)

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James McCarthy
Personal information
Irish name Séamus Mac Cártaigh
Sport Gaelic football
Position Midfield
Born (1990-03-01) 1 March 1990 (age 31)
Dublin, Ireland
Years Club
Ballymun Kickhams
Club titles
Dublin titles 2
Leinster titles 1
Years College
College titles
Sigerson titles 1
Years County Apps (scores)
Dublin 22 (1-2)
Inter-county titles
Leinster titles 10
All-Irelands 8
All Stars 4

James McCarthy (born 1 March 1990) is a Gaelic footballer who plays for the Ballymun Kickhams club and for the Dublin county team. His father John was a senior footballer with Dublin who won the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship on three occasions. He was a student at Sacred Heart BNS Ballygall and St Kevin's College in Ballygall. He attended DCU where he was a defender for the Gaelic football team.[1]

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He won the 2010 Leinster Under-21 Football Championship and All-Ireland Under-21 Football Championship with Dublin. He made his championship debut for Dublin against Laois in the quarter-final of the 2011 Leinster Championship,[2] winning his first Leinster Senior Football Championship against Wexford at Croke Park in July that year.[3] Dublin progressed to an All-Ireland final against Kerry,[4] and McCarthy won the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship. The game finished on a scoreline of 1-12 to 1-11.[5] McCarthy was nominated for GAA GPA Young Player of the Year for his performances.


Ballymun Kickhams
  • All Star (4): 2014, 2017, 2018, 2020
  • All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final Man of the Match (1): 2017
  • In May 2020, the Irish Independent named McCarthy at number eighteen in its "Top 20 footballers in Ireland over the past 50 years".[6]


  1. ^ Keane, Paul (28 March 2016). "Donegal turn blind eye to James McCarthy incident". Irish Examiner. Retrieved 28 March 2016. It was McCarthy's tangle with Donegal substitute Martin McElhinney, ironically an ex-team-mate at DCU, that was particularly controversial as the Dublin defender's left hand made contact with McElhinney's eye area.
  2. ^ Hill 16 – The Official Dublin County Board Website. (2011-06-05). Retrieved on 2011-10-12.
  3. ^ Hill 16 – The Official Dublin County Board Website. (2011-07-10). Retrieved on 2011-10-12.
  4. ^ "News".
  5. ^ "News".
  6. ^ Breheny, Martin (30 May 2020). "Revealed: The Top 20 footballers in Ireland over the past 50 years". Irish Independent. Independent News & Media. Retrieved 30 May 2020.
Preceded by
Michael Fitzsimons
All-Ireland Senior Football Final
Man of the Match

Succeeded by
Jack McCaffrey
This page was last edited on 14 April 2021, at 11:55
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