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Ó Sé won back-to-back county senior championship medals in 19.
Ó Sé made his debut on the inter-county scene at the age of sixteen when he was selected for the Kerry minor team in 1971.
At just fourteen-years of age Ó Sé joined the Gaaeltacht senior team in 1970.
He won numerous divisional championship titles in the course of his career, while he was also selected for the West Kerry divisional team.