St. Michael’s midfielder Brandon Horan has been named at midfield in this year’s Ulster Schools’ All Star team after catching the eye of the selectors at the trials.

The Enniskillen Gaels player and St. Michael’s captain has impressed during the group stages of the MacRory Cup as St. Michael’s booked their place in the quarter-final of the competition and coach Dom Corrigan believes that the award is a great recognition for the player.

“I’m delighted for Brandon as he has really matured into a very good footballer and a fine young man. I think this is a brilliant recognition of where he is at,” said Corrigan.

The St. Michael’s boss though also feels that there is further room for improvement in the player and importantly he stresses that the player is keen to continue pushing on and developing.

“He is very mature in realising that he is still developing and he knows that he will have to be at a new level for the quarter-final match.

“There is more improvement in him, I have spoken to him about certain things that he needs to improve and he is very keen to continue working on those and improving his game which is great,” added Corrigan.