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Quickfire questions with Martin Heneghan

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Quickfire Questions

Name: Martin Heneghan
Club: Lyons Bar, Roundfort
Age: 29
Occupation: Day Service Manager, Western Care Association

Working from home or just at home?
Working from home.

Strangest thing you do to pass the time?
Doing assignments in a Sports and Business course that I don’t take (i.e. doing/assisting the brother’s assignments).

What’s the best thing about going nowhere?
Spending time with family.

Best thing about social distancing?
Good excuse to get out of things.

Worst thing about social distancing?
Being socially awkward.

Best thing about wearing a mask?
You can hide the facial expressions.

What’s your guilty pleasure TV show?
Any old movies – Lethal Weapon, Beverly Hills Cops.

Which three celebrity guests would you invite to your Zoom party?
Phil Taylor, Roy Keane, Lee Evans.

What’s your most prized possession at the moment?
My five-month baby girl. Trophy wise – European Gold Medal.

First thing you’ll do when this lockdown ends?
Go to the local, Lyons’ bar, and play darts.

One old match you’d love to watch back?
John Part Vs Phil Taylor world final – the one where John Part wins.

What do you miss most about playing pre-Covid?
The physical interaction of playing someone in person and the atmosphere that brings.

Sum up Coronavirus in three words?
Changed the world.

 

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