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Quickfire questions with Sean Walsh


Quickfire Questions

Name: Seán Walsh      
Lives: Kiltimagh Age: 23
Occipation: Automation Engineer

What’s your idea of perfect happiness?
Kiltimagh winning the intermediate title.

Which living person do you most admire?
My parents.

What’s your greatest extravagance?
A night out in Coppers!

What’s your favourite journey?
Drove the west coast of America in 2017 with a healthy mix of lads from Kiltimagh, Louisburgh, Belmullet and Aghamore. It was an interesting one.

What or who is the love of your life?
My lovely girlfriend, Elisha. This should keep me in the good books.

When and where were you happiest?
On a J1 in Chicago in 2018 with no job, no responsibilities and no worries – it was great.

Which talent would you most like to have?
A reliable right and left foot – both can be dodgy.

What’s your greatest achievement?
Probably getting a chance to represent Mayo at under-21 and junior level. It meant a lot to me as I couldn’t make the Kiltimagh team when I was minor.

What’s your most treasured possession?
My dog, Scruffy.

What’s your favourite pass time?
Going for a kick-about with the lads.

What’s the quality you most like in a person?
Confidence and honesty.

Who are your favourite footballers?
Kieran Donaghy, Michael Murphy and of course Ciarán McDonald.

What’s your motto?
Is the juice worth the squeeze?

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