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Seán McCague Net Worth At Death

Seán McCague was an Irish sports administrator who served as the 33rd president of the Gaelic Athletic Association (2000–2003). McCague was born in Scotstown, County Monaghan and became the first Monaghan man to hold that office.

As president, he will be mostly remembered for the removal of Rule 21 in November 2001. Rule 21 banned members of the British security forces (who were an unwelcome force for most GAA fans) from playing Gaelic games.

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

At the annual 2001 GAA Congress, McCague convinced Taoiseach Bertie Ahern to pledge €76 million towards the redevelopment of Croke Park. This amount was later reduced to €38 million. McCague died on 24 November 2022, at the age of 77.

Seán McCague Net Worth At Death

According to various sources McCague’s Networth ranges from 1 million USD to 3 million USD.

McCague was born in Scotstown, County Monaghan and became the first Monaghan man to hold that office.

As President, he will be mostly remembered for the removal of Rule 21 in November 2001
Rule 21 banned members of the British security forces (who were an unwelcome force for most GAA fans) from playing Gaelic games.

The rule was abolished despite the opposition of five of the six northern counties (Antrim, Armagh, Derry, Fermanagh and Tyrone.