A look at the characters in the Clontibret camp

WE asked Clontibret’s Conor Doyle to give us an insight into the various dressing rooms has been in an a look at the characters.

Name: Conor Doyle.

Age: 22.

Teams played for: Clontibret O’Neills, Monaghan (u-14s-u-21s), St Pat’s College and DCU.

Which team mate has been the most inspirational and why
Dessie Mone and Vincent Corey, long servants with the county team and still flying with the club.

Who’s the best team mate to train with and why?
Kieran Greenan and Pauric Boyle, always pushing you on further.

Which team mate is the worst to train with and why?
MP O’Dowd, he’s always messing.

Which team mate do you want to mark in training and why?
Anyone who’s up for a chat and no running.

Which team mate do you dread marking in training and why?
Conor McManus, Pauric Boyle or Ryan McGuigan.

Which team mate is the best on journeys away?
Colum Greenan, he loves to stop at the shop.

Which team is the worst for journeys away?
Anyone with bad music.

What’s the funniest thing you’ve heard in training or in a match, and who said it?
Any of MP O Dowd’s stories from the night before.

What’s the worst excuse you’ve heard to get out of training?
The woman’s birthday, had to go for a meal.

Which team mate is the loudest in the changing room?
MP O’Dowd.

Which team mate would you want standing over a last-second penalty?
Conor McManus.

Which team mate would you never want to see hitting a last-second penalty?
Colum Greenan.

Which team mate is the most sensible?
Vincent Corey.

Who is the smartest of all your team mates?
Dr Oisin Lavelle.

Who’s the best team mate to celebrate with?
The Hughes brothers, Darragh and big Frank.

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