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Peter Elliott

County Minor Footballer & Player of the Year

Peter Elliott
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Date of Birth
Corner Forward/Wing Half Forward
Junior Championship 2001
2001 U17 Sevens Championship
1999 U14 Div 2 Football League
1999 U14 Div 2 Hurling League
Club U16 Captain 2000-2002
Senior Footballer of the Year 2002
Young Footballer of the Year 2000
U16 Footballer of the Year 2001
U16 Player of the Year 2000
U14 Footballer of the Year 1999
Antrim Minor Football 2002/3
Antrim U16 Football 2000/1
Ulster U16 Championship Runner-up 2001
Other Pastimes
Soccer Ė Peter has played soccer for Newhill FC and St Agnes FC
Favourite Player
Darragh ” Sť
Peter joined Eire Og in 1998 and has played Football and Hurling for the club from Under 14 upwards. He started off winning Division 2 League titles at Under 14 in both Football and Hurling and hasnít looked back since.

Peter Elliott
C'ship 2001 Semi-Final

He has won a few Player of the Year awards and has played County Football at Under 16 and Minor levels, reaching the Ulster final in 2001 with the Under 16 team. In fact 2001 was Peterís best and most successful season to date. He won the Junior Championship whilst playing with the Ogís senior team and also won the South Antrim U17 Sevens championship.

Peter Elliott
C'ship 2001 Final
Peterís most memorable moment for the club was playing against St Brigids in a friendly and scoring 1-11 out of 4-13. But the highlight of his career so far has to be winning the Junior Championship. Another good memory was scoring 1-5 on his senior debut against Moneyglass when he was only 14! His worst moment would be losing the Ulster U16 final by 3 points to Derry, after having beaten the All-Ireland champions Tyrone by 14 points in the semi-final.

Peter has played pretty much everywhere on the pitch: he played full back at Under 14 and for Antrim at Under 16 level and then moved to midfield. He now plays up into the corner for the senior team, but can play pretty much anywhere.

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