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Justin McNulty

Justin McNulty
Personal information
Irish nameJustin Mac an Ultaigh
SportGaelic football
BornMullaghbawn, County Armagh
Height6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Club Titles
Armagh titles1
Ulster titles1
Inter-county titles
Ulster titles5
All Irelands1

Justin McNulty (born in Mullaghbawn, County Armagh) is an Irish Gaelic football manager and former player for Armagh. He played football with his local club Mullaghbawn Cúchullain's in Armagh and was a member of the Armagh senior football team from 1995 to 2005. He earned his first and only All-Ireland medal in 2002.

Sporting career

McNulty played for Mullaghbawn alongside his brother Enda. Justin made his senior debut in 1995 in a league game against Louth. In 2002 he captured his first ever All-Ireland medal when Armagh defeated Kerry with the scoreline 1-12 to 0-14. In 2005 McNulty retired from Inter-County football. In late 2009 he was appointed as one of the selectors of the current Armagh manager Paddy O'Rourke. In August 2010 after Sean Dempsey resigned McNulty was appointed as the new Laois manager.[1] The first for McNulty proved to be a great success as Laois gained promotion to the top tier despite losing out to Donegal.


Sporting positions
Preceded by
Sean Dempsey
Laois Senior Football Manager
Succeeded by

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