Five Minutes With

Five Minutes with…. Antrim’s Keelan Molloy

Name: Keelan Molloy

Age: 22

Occupation: Construction

Teams played for: Dunloy & Antrim

Game you most enjoyed playing in?

2017 Antrim Hurling Final (first time)

Game you least enjoyed playing in?

2018 Antrim Hurling Semi Final

What’s the worst pitch you’ve ever played on?


Toughest training session you’ve ever been involved in?

Anything pre season. Never gets better.

What’s your preferred brand of gear?

Adidas for boots. Nike for anything else.

Most inspirational individual you’ve ever met?

Liam Sheedy

Where do you like to go to celebrate?

Village Inn Dunloy. Hard to beat after a win.

What do you like to do with you are not training/playing?

That’s not very often but a bit of soccer in the off season.

Which character in any TV show/film are you most like?

Aww haven’t a clue what to say to this one.


Which team mates (from any club/county) are the first you’d invite on a night out?

Chrissy McMahon is up there. Very rash on a night out. Not a teammate but Bobby Darragh likes the Smirnoff also.

Which team mate is the worst dancer? Miceal Murphy

Which team mate is the loudest in the changing room?

Ryan Elliott – in a bad way.

What’s the funniest thing you’ve seen happy in training/during a match?

Kevin Molloy scoring two goals in a county final.

What’s the worst excuse you’ve heard to get out of training and who did it come from?

Eoin O’Neill missed a match one time to lift bales, lol.

Biggest ego?

Seaan Elliott. Doesn’t use it enough though.

Worst – Miceal Murphy. Drops wild bombs.


Best – Decky Smith. Both are massive music men.

Who has the best diet, and who has the worst?

Best Diet – Kevin Molloy


Worst – Conor Kinsella

Toughest opponent you have played against?

Shane McGuigan

Best or worst quote you have heard from a team mate/opponent/manager?

Whatever It Takes. It means a lot.

Best manager you have played for?

Gregory O’Kane. He has done it all for Dunloy.

What frustrates you most about the GAA?

Sunday Matches, lol.

What’s the best thing about being part of the GAA?

The memories.

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