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Quickfire questions with Sean Mulroy


Quickfire Questions

Name: Seán Mulroy
Club: Moy Davitts/Castlebar Mitchels HC
Age: 24  
Occupation: Student

Strangest thing you did to pass the time during lockdown?
Started painting the house in May… yet to be finished.

Biggest thing you miss about using dressing-rooms?
Deciding where to hide Dan Huane’s shoes.

Best thing about social distancing?
Seeing James Gallagher still hit it wide even without a man on him.

Best thing about wearing a mask?
Being a Mayo hurler attracts a lot of attention from the paparazzi, so the mask certainly helps disguise that.

Favourite song to wash your hands to?
James Blunt — 1973.

What’s your guilty pleasure TV show?
Friday Night Dinner.

One thing people don’t know about you?
I once ate a full tub of sudocrem.

Which three celebrities would you meet for a socially distant drink?
Virgil Van Dijk, Jordan Pickford and Margot Robbie. I’m sure the two boys have catching up to do!

Best place for a Mayo staycation?
Guirys Bar, Foxford.

If you could go anywhere in the world right now?
Portugal - to the next F1 Grand Prix.

One old match you’d love to watch back?
The County Intermediate [Football] Final 2017.

What do you miss most about life pre-Covid?
The auld stock in the bar telling you some home truths after a match, a thick skin is needed.

Sum up the new normal in three words?
Wear a mask.

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