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Quickfire questions with Jamsie Finnerty

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Quickfire Questions

Name: Jamsie Finnerty
Age: 19   Club: Ballintubber
Nickname: Jinkin’ Jamsie
Occupation: Sports Advisor, Elverys

Pre-match meal?
Porridge, poached eggs and a galaxy bar.

Favourite player growing up?
Eoin Mulligan and Conor McManus.

Best away day room-mate and why?
Eoin Heneghan aka Bomber – has a way with the ladies I tell ya’.

Who would headline your houseparty?
I’d feel confident leaving it in the hands of Aaron Lally.

First song they would play?
Ant and Seb - Mysterious Girl.

You win the Lotto, first thing you would buy?
Stephen O’Malley a proper haircut, the lad loves his wax!

Favourite TV show and why?
Between Breaking Bad, Prison Break or Gossip Girl. Enjoyed the actors from both Breaking Bad and Prison Break, while Gossip Girl brings out a feminine side to me (Myles Kelly would know all about it).

Who is the joker in the dressing room?
Noel Geraghty – hard to keep the lad quiet. He’s something to say for everything!

Favourite holiday destination and why?
Albufeira. Great weather and nice beaches.

Most memorable sporting moment?
Would have to be winning the County Minor ‘C’ Championship under the tactician that is Alan Larkin.

Who is the best player you have played alongside and why?
Joe Geraghty. The man would put his head where another man would not think twice about putting a shovel.

Who is the best player you have played against and why?
Shane Flynn – top-class baller. I once marked him and he scored 1-3 against me… I was the forward.

Best thing about being a Ballintubber footballer?

Winning titles and playing alongside fantastic footballers.

Worst thing about being a Ballintubber footballer?
Pre-season running on the back pitch.

Can you tell us an interesting fact about yourself?
In the dying moments of the County Final against Breaffy I saw a €5 note fly by my boot on the wet grass, so what did I do? Grabbed it and put it into my sock. It would have been a shame to leave it behind. I’m the first man to ever get paid for playing Gaelic.

Name three things that are always in your fridge?
Milk, turkey rashers and Gavin Roache. He loves his food.

Best advice you ever got?
Aim for the crossbar, if it goes over good and well, if it goes under all the better.

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