Name: Kenny Feeney
Tell us something about yourself we don’t know?
I used to play in goals in hurling.
What’s your favourite TV show?
Suits or Friday Night Lights.
Name three things that are always in your fridge?
Milk, eggs, strawberries.
Which three guests would you invite to your dinner party?
Steven Gerrard, Liverpool legend, favourite Liverpool player who carried the club for years.
Richie McCaw, hero. A serious baller that a man could learn a lot from. Natural leader. Harvey from Suits. He’d be a good man for the stories about the ladies.
Who’s your ideal date?
What’s been your worst holiday?
Chicago. Plane journey was the worst ever.
What makes you nervous?
When I ask the girlfriend ‘what’s wrong?’ and she says ‘nothing’.
Any football/hurling superstitions?
No, none at all. Each day is different.
Biggest messer in the Mayo dressing-room?
Shane Boland or Adrian Brennan. There’s never a day there not messing!
What do you miss most about being a kid?
Playing matches in different sports everyday and sometimes two in a day.
What’s your most prized possession?
My U-14 Féile medal or my Connaught under 16 medal, both with Tooreen.
Most under-rated player in Mayo club hurling?
David Harrison. He has speed, power, and can inject pace into a game.
Best thing about being a Mayo hurler?
No pressure, and we get to play in some of the best grounds in the country.
Worst thing about being a Mayo hurler?
Training pitches and the media attention. Having to sign autographs everywhere you go.
Best advice you ever got?
Do the simple things well.
Three things you’d bring to a desert island?
Hurl and sliotar, water, and company so I wouldn’t get bored.
Favourite hurler from another county?
Ken McGrath, Waterford. He could play anywhere and was an unbelievable leader.
Mayo hurler who was your childhood hero?
Adrian Freeman/ Dom Greally.
Describe yourself in three words?
Honest. Committed. Talkative.