Earlier this year Mikey Quinn was part of the Dublin U21 side which defeated Kildare to win the Leinster U21 championship.
Mikey is the son of former Ireland striker Niall Quinn.
Quinn was the Dublin sub keeper throughout the Championship.
Huge congratulations to our own club man Mikey Quinn on winning the Leinster U21 Championship today with Dublin pic.twitter.com/Gd26m8BQQr
— Eadestown GAA (@EadestownGAA) April 2, 2016
His ambitions as a goalkeeper are not restricted to gaelic football.
Speaking to the York Press, York City manager Jackie McNamara - the former Celtic player - revealed that they have taken Quinn on trial.
We've taken two goalkeepers on trial, because we need competition in that area like the rest of the team.
One is Niall Quinn's son Michael, who has been a Gaelic football goalkeeper, which is a bit different and the other lad is from Huddersfield. We could look at both in the pre-season games.
Last season, York City were relegated from the Football League to the National League - what used to be known as the Conference.
The club is currently on the search for a keeper following the departure of long time number one and ex-Northern Ireland international Michael Inghram.
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