Brian McEniff might have led Donegal to an All-Ireland and five Ulster titles – but that doesn’t stop the Bundoran hotelier from doing the important jobs at club level.
McEniff was Donegal’s manager for the breakthrough All-Ireland win in 1992.
In 1972 (when he won an All-Star Award), he took Donegal to their first ever Ulster SFC crown as player-manager.
McEniff was also in charge for the Ulster wins in 1974, 1983, 1990 and ’92.
As manager, he won 12 Railway Cups with Ulster.
McEniff remains actively involved in the Bundoran club and was manning the club’s lotto stand on Saturday.
McEniff returned a couple of times in recent years to don the Bainisteoir bib again.
Brian Gillespie tweeted the pic:
5 Ulster titles, an All Ireland, a lifetime of service to the GAA and still out trying to sell @RealtNaMaraGAA lotto tickets to Ballyshannon lads on a Saturday afternoon. Some man! pic.twitter.com/JZBAuszb0x
— Brian Gillespie (@briangillep) September 29, 2018