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Quickfire questions with Eoin Delaney

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Quickfire Questions

Name: Eoin Delaney
Club: Tooreen Age: 20  
Occupation: Student

Strangest thing you did to pass the time during lockdown?

We have a turlough down the field, so I built a raft to cross it.

Biggest thing you miss about using the dressing-rooms?
The craic that was had before and after training and matches.

Best thing about social distancing?
More space in shops.

Best thing about wearing a mask?
No one can see your facial expressions.

Favourite song to wash your hands to?
Blanket on the ground – Philomena Begley

What’s your guilty pleasure TV show?
Coronation Street.

Which three celebrities would you meet for a socially-distant drink?
Roy Keane, John Mullane and Kenny Feeney.

One thing people don’t know about you?
I’ve played in Croke Park three times.

Best place for a Mayo staycation?
Westport.

If you could go anywhere in the world right now?
Eileen’s Bar.

One old match you’d love to watch back?
2019 Connaught hurling semi-final, Tooreen v Robert Emmetts.

What do you miss most about life pre-Covid?
Being able to walk into the pub for a few drinks with the lads.

Sum up the new normal in three words?
Masks on, please.

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