Cregg calls time on county career

One of Roscommon’s most talented footballers over the past two decades, Cathal Cregg, has decided to call time on his inter-county career.

The Western Gaels man had been on the county scene since his minor days in 2005 and he has won two Connacht senior championship medals (2010 and 2019) in his sixteen years playing for Roscommon.

Cregg also won countless other titles during an illustrious career including a Sigerson Cup in 2010 with DCU when he lined up alongside the likes of Philly McMahon, Jonny Cooper, Bryan Cullen, Paul Flynn and Peader Andrews. He also represented Ireland in the Compromise Rules series in 2014 in Australia when Paul Earley was the Ireland manager.

Cregg is now the Games Development Officer for Connacht GAA and Roscommon fans will look back on many memorable displays over the years in a Roscommon jersey.