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Quickfire Questions with St Colman’s star

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Quickfire Questions

Name: Niall Treacy
Age: 17  
Club: Davitts
Nickname: The Tank 
Year: 6th Year

Pre-match meal?
Nutella and crackers.

Favourite player growing up?
Colm Boyle.

Best away day room-mate?
Ethan Henry. He’s savage craic.

Who would headline your houseparty?
Enda Hession and Conor McGuinness.

First song they would play?
Goodbye My Lover.

You win the Lotto, first thing you would buy?
Brian Campbell a new knee.

Favourite TV show?
Victorious.

Earliest GAA memory growing up?
Winning the Penney Cup.

Who is the joker in the camp?
Gary Moran and Seán Keane.

Favourite holiday destination?
Stan Nyland’s house after a good night.

Most memorable sporting moment?
Has to be winning the Connacht Colleges ‘A’ final recently.

Who is the best player you have played alongside?
Liam Óg Horkan. He’s just serious.

Who is the best player you have played against?
Luke Coen. When he gets that ball he just does magical stuff.

Best thing about being a St Colman’s College footballer?
Having serious support from the ‘Ultras’ and from our coaches and teachers.

Worst thing about being a St Colman’s College footballer?
There’s nothing bad about being a St Colman’s player.

Can you tell us an interesting fact about yourself?
Every man is scared of me.

Name three things that are always in your fridge?
Watermelon, rashers and cucumber.

Best advice you ever got?
To treat women well and to always be a gentleman – Enda Hession.

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