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Quickfire questions with Iarla Moran

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Name: Iarla Moran
Club: Hollymount/Carramore GAA
Age: 23 Occupation: Courier

Working from home or back at work?
Never left the van since day one of it all.

Best thing about social distancing?
Avoiding people you don’t like in public.

Worst thing about social distancing?
The Saucer in Hollymount is only at half capacity.

What’s your guilty pleasure TV show?
Desperate Housewives.

Which three celebrity guests would you invite over for a party?
Owen Colgan, Jack Harlow and Paul Gascoigne.

First thing you’ll do when Covid restrictions are scrapped?
Hit over to Manchester to Ronan Hennelly and Stevie Donnellan, straight to the railway bar for a few pints and some karaoke.
 
What’s your most prized possession at the moment?
My signed Randy Jackson samurai sword.

One old match you’d love to watch back?
2019 South Junior Final; Damien Kelly running past five Davitts players to kick the winner right at the end. Simply magnificent.

County player you’d most like to room with?
Enda Hession — the man used to play some tracks in The Valk back in the day.
The buzz would be had.

Favourite post-match meal and drink?
A packet of peanuts and a pint of Guinness in Finnerty’s.

Favourite song to get ‘up’ for a match?
‘Take me to the clouds above’ by LMC has to be up there, an absolute rocket.

Best advice you ever got?
‘The only dressing-room is the winning dressing room’.

Last time you cried?
11th of September.

Sum up the last year in three words?
Mayo are back.

 

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