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Mick  Redmond

Club:Dubai Celts/Rathnure St. Anne’s
Honours Won: (Ireland)U-13 Rackard League, U-14 Co Feile, County medals in all grades from U-14 to U-21, 3 Senior Co. Championships, 1 Leinster Senior Club Championship, Purple and Gold All Star Award 2006, 1 Leinster senior colleges and 1 Leinster Junior Colleges with Good Council College
Honours won in the Middle East since moving here:2 Gulf Gaelic Games honours, 2 Al Ain tournaments, 1 Sharjah, 1 Abu Dhabi, International Div 2 Hurling Festival with Middle East (Captain) In Galway, September 2013, Dubai Celts Player of the Year 2012/13


Coming from the famous Rathnure club in Wexford, where every man woman and child who can walk, plays hurling or Camogie, Mick arrived in Dubai in 2010 as one of the Gulf’s most decorated hurlers and as you can see from the above, he continued to hoover up any medal that a hurler can get in the Middle East.
His arrival coincided with the renaissance of hurling in the Gulf, culminating in the winning of the Aer Lingus International Hurling Festival Division 2 in September 2013. Mick of course captained this side, and was an obvious choice for this role as his hurling ability, leadership skills and his passion for hurling that one notices after only a few minutes discussing the subject with him.
While he maintains that old age and knee injuries are taking their toll, we can’t see that causing him too much hassle as the sliotar just seems to follow him around during games.


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