Skip to content
Landing page show after 5 seconds.
25
Mon, May
10 New Articles

Quickfire questions with Declan Neary

Sport

Quickfire Questions

Name: Declan Neary      
Club: Parke Age: 33
Nickname: The Silver Fox

What’s your idea of perfect happiness?
Kicking the winning score in a County Final.
 
Which living person do you most admire?
Simon Cloherty – loves the beer sessions.
 
What’s your greatest extravagance?
Gambling in Vegas with ‘Pistol’ Pete Moran.
 
What’s your favourite journey?
The journey to my trainer, George Fitzgerald, in Health Quarters Gym. He knows he can never break me.
 
Name three things that are always in your fridge?
Chicken, recovery shake and some fruit.
 
When and where were you happiest?
Last January training when I had to look behind me to see where my team-mates were.
 
Which talent would you most like to have?
None, because I have them all.
 
What’s your greatest achievement?
Too many to name, I’ve won that much in sport and in life.
 
What’s your most treasured possession?
My pioneer pin.
 
What’s your favourite pass time?
GAA training, the gym and running marathons.
 
What’s the quality you most like in a person?
Someone positive unlike our chairman, Martin McLoughlin, who cries about everything.
 
Who are your favourite footballers?
Darragh Ó Sé and David Clifford – both have the same talent as myself.
 
What’s your motto?
It’s hard to beat a person who never gives up.

Latest Sport

Fire still burns in Higgins

FOOTBALL Keith Higgins, the number one ranked Intermediate player in our ‘Top 100 Mayo club footballers’ series, talks about what motivates him at this stage in his career

Read more ...

Paddy planning for the future

FOOTBALL Castlebar teenager Paddy Heneghan reflects on the Leaving Cert being cancelled and playing football at a high level

Read more ...

Quickfire questions with Fionán Duffy

FOOTBALL The Crossmolina forward gives us a glimpse into his life during the sporting shutdown

Read more ...

Halpin tees off in Westport as golf returns

GOLF Well-known golfer Liam Halpin, who plays off one, was among those who returned to their local courses this week

Read more ...

Partry Athletic boss missing the action

SOCCER Neil Donnelly explains what the last few months have been like for him and his players with no training or games going on

Read more ...

Listen now to our podcast

M Logo PODCAST