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Adrian Brennan’s quickfire questions


Name: Adrian Brennan
Age: 33 and 7/8ths
From: Ballyhaunis
Occupation: Kitchen manufacturer and farmer

Your mood right now in three words?
Calm, confident, hungry.

Best thing about being your age?
That I’m ageing like a fine French wine.

Best thing about being from your town?
It’s the home of a four-time All Star. We’re living amongst a God.

Favourite Mayo player?
Shane Boland, because I get to mark him.

What’s your guilty pleasure TV show?
Contractors on TG4 — great viewing.  

What’s your most prized possession?
My home.

One old club match you’d love to watch back?
First-time Ballyhaunis won the TJ Tyrell Cup.

Celebrity you’d most like to hang out with?
Snoop Dogg. He seems to lead a secluded and quiet lifestyle, suits me perfect.

Favourite team-mate?
Hard to pick one!

Favourite post-match meal?
Guinness with a spoon.

Favourite song to get ‘up’ for a match?
Taylor Swift, ‘Shake It Off’

Last book you read?
Do they still make books?

Thing that makes you nervous?
The morning after the night before.

Favourite sporting team?
United team of ‘99.

Best advice you ever got?
The taller they are, the harder they fall.

Last time you cried?
Soppy one here - birth of my baby girl last year.

Any superstitions?
When your nose is itchy, it’s a sign a fight’s to come.

What winning a county title would mean in three words?
Back on top!

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