|Position||Right Corner Forward|
|Born||County Galway, Ireland|
|2000 - 2012||Mayo|
Conor Mortimer is a Gaelic footballer He was a corner forward and has played for the Mayo senior football team, Connacht provincial team in the Railway Cup and club football for Shrule-Glencorrib in Mayo and later with Dublin club Parnells. He has also played college football for DCU and UUJ. Mortimer has twice played in All-Ireland senior finals (2004 and 2006), losing both. He left the Mayo team in 2012, missing what would have been a third losing All-Ireland senior final appearance. He is famous for his blonde locks.
Mortimer was a member of the 2004 and 2006 Mayo teams, both of which lost to Kerry in the All-Ireland Final. In 2006, Mortimer was the top scorer in the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship (1-32) as Mayo took the Connacht title, came from behind to beat Dublin in the semi-final but were ultimately thrashed by Kerry in the 2006 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final. Rewarding his own great year, Mortimer was selected in the 2006 GAA Football All Stars and the GPA Gaelic Team of the Year.
Mortimer quit the Mayo football panel the week of the 2012 Connacht football final against Sligo after losing his place on the first team to Enda Varley. Former manager John Maughan expressed regret that Mortimer still has much to offer the county cause. A Mortimerless Mayo went on to reach the 2012 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final, which they lost to Donegal. Conor is the all-time leading championship scorer for Mayo.
Mortimer infamously paid to tribute to music icon Michael Jackson shortly after his death in the 2009 Connaught Final. He raised his jersey to reveal a T-shirt with the words 'RIP Micheal Jackson' after scoring Mayo's second goal to earn a one-point win. Despite scoring the winning goal Mortimer made national headlines
Conor's brother Kenneth is a dual All Star recipient. Another brother, Trevor is a former member and captain of the Mayo Senior Football Panel.
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