Craigavon Cowboys Hall of Fame
Craigavon Cowboys have a rich history dating back to 1986 and in all those years some fantastic players have showed off their skills with the 'Boys. The Cowboys Hall of Fame details some of the best and most treasured players in the clubs history.
Terry Lynch - Offensive Lineman
Terry was much loved throughout Irish American Football for his welcoming smile and bear hugs but he was first known for his aggressive power while in the football trenches. His football smarts was only bettered by his natural power as he proved to be one of Irelands best O Linemen.
Sadly we lost Terry in 2013 but the sight of every Irish American Football jersey at his funeral is testament to the effect he had on the local sport.
Gregory Loughran - Offensive Lineman
The Cowboys stalwart, affectionately known as 'Da', has been with the Cowboys since their inception in 1986. Da was a lineman that valued technique but always had a powerful punch that opposing players felt, much to their dismay.
After his playing career ended he took over coaching and is now the Head Coach, arguably the most experienced Coach in Ireland, the Cowboys are privileged to be lead by the guy famous for his Cowboy hat on the Craigavon sideline.
Charles Ebron - Defensive Lineman
Charles, known as Chuck, played for the Cowboys in 1980's and also was Head Coach for two years. The American Lineman had a promising career with Deleware State College before moving to Craigavon and kitting up with the Cowboys.
His knowledge of the game was key for many of the young Cowboys at the time as he coached and recruited the Cowboys before winning the Shamrock Bowl.
Still living locally but not involved