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Quickfire questions with Bryan Walsh


Quickfire Questions

Name: Bryan Walsh      
Lives: Ballyglass Age: 23
Occupation: Student

What’s your idea of perfect happiness?
Seeing Arsenal with a steady back four would do it for me.

Which living person do you most admire?
Lionel Messi, definitely the GOAT. Fair mention to my Mam here too!

What’s your greatest extravagance?
It has to be clothes, strangely enough I love shopping.

What’s your favourite journey?
The sing song on the journey home from college with Darren Murray never fails to disappoint.

What or who is the love of your life?
At the moment that tag goes to Molly Mae off Love Island.

When and where were you happiest?
Back in Corley’s having that first sip of a pint after a championship win is hard to beat.

Which talent would you most like to have?
Toss up between a professional singer or footballer – would have to go with a footballer.

What’s your greatest achievement?
All-Ireland with the minors and the FAI Schools All-Ireland with Balla SS. Last year’s county championship is definitely up there too.

What’s your most treasured possession?
Probably my phone. It was on the blink just last week – I’d be lost without it.

What’s your favourite hobby?
Watching or playing any kind of sport.

What’s the quality you most like in a person?
Someone who’s light-hearted and good for a laugh.

Who are your favourite footballers?
Growing up it would have been Sean Barrett and Alan Dillion. Now I’d have to say David Clifford, he’s a joy to watch.

What’s your motto?
Simple enough, ‘You do you’.

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