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Quickfire questions with Darragh Keaveney



Quickfire Questions

Name: Darragh Keaveney
Club: Kilmeena Age: 24
Occupation: Student

Working from home or just at home?
Recently finished my exams online so I’ll have to go with ‘just at home’.

Strangest thing you do to pass the time?
Baking. Needs improving.

What’s the best thing about going nowhere?
Have more time to think about the more important things in life and appreciating every day.

Worst thing about social distancing?
Not being able to meet up with friends or family on a regular basis.

Best thing about social distancing?
Very little, but we are making progress bit by bit and hopefully it won’t last much longer.

What’s your guilty pleasure TV show?
I’m currently binge watching The Last Dance. Just finished watching Normal People – had to see what the fuss was.

Favourite song to wash your hands to?
Bruce Springsteen - Born in the USA.

Which three celebrity guests would you invite to your Zoom party?
Liam Gallagher, Matthew McConaughey and Billie Eilish.

What’s your most prized possession at the moment?
My 2006 Adidas Powerswerves. A classic boot.

One old match you’d love to watch back?
Kilmeena’s County Final win in 2002 played in Balla against Aghamore. A lot of legends on that team as well. I remember the celebrations afterwards coming back and it was truly special for the club.
First thing you’ll do when the lockdown ends?
Catch up with friends and team-mates.

What do you miss most about training?
The craic, mostly, and sunny evening training sessions. Also hearing John Reilly, Darren Madden and Davy Feehan give out is something you’d miss.

Sum up Coronavirus in three words?
This will pass.


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