Seán McCague Obituary, Cause of Death – Former GAA president Dies At 77

Seán McCague Death

Seán McCague Obituary, Death Cause: Seán McCague, former GAA president and former senior football manager of the Monaghans, passed away on Thursday, November 24, 2022.

As uachtarán of the GAA from 2000 to 2003, the 77-year-old Scottish town resident oversaw the repeal of Rule 21, which banned members of the British military and police.

Sean McCargh’s cause of death has never been made public. We’ll be sure to update this as soon as we have more information about it. We pray that God will give those mourning this death the strength and courage to move on.

Seán McCague Cause of Death

McCague was born in Scottstown, County Monaghan, and is the first Monaghan native to hold the position.

Most will remember his presidency for overturning Rule 21 in November 2001.

Seán McCague, 33rd President of the Gaelic Athletic Association, passed away in November 2022. (2000-2003).

Rule 21 prohibits British security forces, not normally popular with GAA followers, from participating in the Gaelic Games.

The rule was repealed despite opposition from five of the six northern counties (Antrim, Alma, Derry, Fermanagh, and Tyrone).

At the GAA General Assembly in 2001, McCaig persuaded Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern to commit €76 million for the rebuilding of Croke Park. This amount was later reduced to 38 million euros.

Seán McCague Obituary

Seán McCague, an obituary, has been released for him. His family and friends are in our prayers during this difficult time. Still, unfortunately, we have not yet received any updates about funeral arrangements for the dead person.


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