A minute with …

A minute with … Rory Shine

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Position: Midfield
Favourite Pitch played on: Croke Park
If you could invite 3 people to dinner – Alive or dead. Who would you invite? Michael Phelps, Sir Alex Ferguson and Aviccii
Best Player you have played with: Odhran Fullerton: Plays for Keady and Ulster in the past couple of seasons
Best Player you have played against: Dermot Carey
Best game you have been involved in: Football – Ulster u16 semi final bad conditions won with the final kick of the ball
Best game you have ever seen: Waterford vs Kilkenny this year’s semi final
Best trainer within the squad: Daniel Bell
Worst training drill: Hand pass triangles
Favourite Song: Perfect strangers
Favourite Film: Shawshank Redemption
Favourite Holiday Destination: New York
Best advice ever received: The only team to beat you is youselves
Biggest influence on club career: Dad
Club Volunteer of note: Neil Morgan
Biggest Strength in your game: Reading
Young Player within your club to look out for: Martin Braffin
Best thing about the GAA: All Ireland final day
In 10 years time your club will: Will championships every year

A minute with … Conor Mulholland

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Position: Half forward
Favourite Pitch played on: Croke Park
If you could invite 3 people to dinner – Alive or dead. Who would you invite? Joe Canning, Michael Murphy and Morgan Freeman
Best Player you have played with: Sean Burke (He’s buying me an ice cream for saying this)
Best Player you have played against: Marcus Donnelly St Galls
Best game you have been involved in: 2015 U16 B Championship final against La Cheile.
Best game you have ever seen: 2015 Senior Hurling All Ireland Semi Final between Tipperary an Galway
Best trainer within the squad: Sean McGuinness
Worst training drill: Progressive lap
Favourite Song: Oasis- Wonderwall
Favourite Film: The Shawshank Redemption
Favourite Holiday Destination: Italy
Best advice ever received: Play the simple ball
Biggest influence on club career: My parents. They’ve always encouraged me.
Club Volunteer of note: Paul ‘Banjo’ Bannon
Biggest Strength in your game: Shooting
Which club would you like to see do well apart from your own: Dunloy because my family are from there
Young Player within your club to look out for: Bailey Graham. Has been an exceptional goalkeeper from such a young age
Best thing about the GAA: Bringing the local community together
In 10 years time your club will: Competing at high level and have a constant roll of players coming into the senior team