Teammates: Kevin Small


Kevin Small.



Teams played for?

Kickhams Creggan, Antrim and St Mary’s, Magherafelt.

Earliest GAA memory?

The 2003 All-Ireland final between Tyrone and Armagh.

Which team-mate has been the most inspirational and why?

Conor McCann, always stands up when it matters.

Who’s the best team-mate to train with and why?

Conor Small – on the same wavelength.

Which team-mate is the worst to train with and why?

Oisin Kerr – always pinging balls into the middle of drills.

Which team-mate do you want to mark in training and why?

Ricky Johnston, the biggest challenge.

Which team-mate do you dread marking in training and why?

Marty Johnston – the turnover king.

Best score you’ve seen from a team-mate?

Conall Devlin in the 2017 MacRory Cup final against St Colman’s.

What win has your team celebrated the most?

Winning the Senior Club Championship with Creggan in 2021.

Which team-mate is the best on journeys away?

Liam McCann.

Which club is the worst for journeys away?

Aghagallon, get lost every time.

What’s the funniest thing you’ve heard in training or in a match, and who said it?

Teddy McKeown, “That’s my Da.”

What’s the worst excuse you’ve heard to get out of training?

A Valentine’s dinner.

Which team-mate is the loudest in the changing room?

Micky Byrne.

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

Jamie McCann.

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

Liam Quinn – the last one he hit missed the catch net.

Which team-mate is the most sensible?

Ethan Carey Small.

Who is the smartest of all your team mates?

Odhran McLarnon, reads the game.

Who’s the best team mate to celebrate with?

Kealan McCann.

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