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Quickfire questions with James Walsh (Westport GAA)


Name: James Walsh
Club: Westport 
Age: 24
Occupation: Printer
Lives: Westport

Tell us something about yourself we don’t know?
I could have made it big as a hurler.

A night in, or a night out?
A big Saturday night out and the rollover into Sunday.

What’s your favourite TV show?

Name three things that are always in your fridge?
Milk, Bulmers and Denny sausages — Tom Reynolds’ strict diet!

Which three guests would you invite to your dinner party?
Conor McGregor, Dwayne Johnston and Thomas Dever, three men at the top.

Who’s your ideal date?
Ladies. PM [private message] for details.

What makes you nervous?
Watching Brian McDermott fielding his solos!

What’s been your worst holiday?
50c pints in Budapest this year resulted in some men wearing pampers for a few days.

Biggest messer in the dressing-room?
Thady ‘Bull’ Gavin is a gas man. He doesn’t let the truth get in the way of a good story.

What do you miss most about being a kid? 
Being able to play a few games every week without being crippled.

What’s your most prized possession?
The medals I’ve won this year, hopefully one more to go.

Most under-rated player in Mayo club football?
Kenneth Keane from Burris’. He has pace, power and both feet.

Last time you cried?
We all had tears of joy on Stephen’s Day when we seen Scotty actually turn up for training!

Best thing about being a Westport player?
Winning feeling with team-mates is sweet.

Worst thing about being a Westport player?
Hill sprints on the Greenway, they never get easier.

Best advice you ever got?
Always go down, never pull out.

Three things you’d bring to a desert island?
Shades, cold beer, and some eye candy.

Favourite Mayo footballer?
Leeroy Keegan. Because he asked me to mention him, he loves the spotlight.

Describe yourself in three words?
Cool, calm and collected.

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