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Quickfire Questions with Alan Moran

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Quickfire Questions

Name: Alan Moran  
Club: Louisburgh Age: 38  
Occupation: Systems Engineer CBE

Strangest thing you did to pass the time during lockdown?
Doing shuttle runs in the garden. Neighbours were calling to see if I’d lost the plot. Turns out I had…

Biggest thing you miss about using the dressing-rooms?
Waking Joe Dawson up from his snooze in the shower before a game.

Best thing about social distancing?
Not having to be marked by Paul J O’Grady.

Best thing about wearing a mask?
It keeps the decibel levels down when Tim [Kennedy] is shouting at us!

Favourite song to wash your hands to?
Super Wings theme tune.

What’s your guilty pleasure TV show?
Great British Bake off: The Professionals!

Which three celebrities would you meet for a socially-distant drink?
Roy Keane, Paul O’Connell and Ger Flanagan.

One thing people don’t know about you?
My right foot is stronger than my left. Ask Padraig P if you don’t believe me.

Best place for a Mayo staycation?
Old Head, Louisburgh. When the sun shines there isn’t a nicer spot.

If you could go anywhere in the world right now?
Coogee Bay Hotel.

One old match you’d love to watch back?
The 1977 All-Ireland Final - we’d a game that day so I missed it, but heard it was a cracker. We won though!!

What do you miss most about life pre-Covid?
Not having the worry that Covid might wipe us out.

Sum up the new normal in three words?
Wash them hands.

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