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Quickfire questions with Seán Mulroy


Name: Sean Mulroy
Age: 26
From: Straide, Foxford
Occupation: Procurement Consultant

Your mood right now in three words?
Exhausted from shuttering.

Best thing about being your age?
Absolutely nothing. All you hear now is ‘You’re gone past it’ from the crowd.

Best thing about being from your town/village?
Close proximity to Guiry’s Bar.

Favourite Mayo player?
Colm McHale.

What’s your guilty pleasure TV show?
Blue Water High.

What’s your most prized possession?
Conal Quinn’s gloves from the 1996 Intermediate Final

One old club match you’d love to watch back?

Ballintubber v Moy Davitts 2020.

Favourite team-mate?
Bryan Lavelle. He lets me score goals in training.

Celebrity you’d most like to hang out with?
Joel Matip. No Context Matip.

Favourite post-match meal?
I think you know the answer to that.

Favourite song to get ‘up’ for a match?
‘Watermelon Sugar’ cover by Liam Byrne.

Last book you read?
Moy Davitts Annual. Check it out if you haven’t already.

Thing that makes you nervous?
When Darragh Gaughan and James Mulderrig both go up for a kick-out.

Favourite sporting team?
Liverpool FC.

Best advice you ever got?
“Get the ball to scratcher” - Sean Ruane.

Last time you cried?
When I found out David Byrne was moving into the gaff.

Any superstitions?
Myself and Brian Lawlor get a haircut the morning before every championship game.

What winning a county title would mean in three words?
Bonfires over Bohola.

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