“I enjoyed the challenge of marking Adrian Mullen”


Paul Boyle.



Teams played for:

Loughgiel Shamrocks, Antrim and Ulster University.

Who are your main rivals?

Club probably Dunloy and county probably Dublin.

Which opposition ground do you like playing on and why?

I enjoy playing in Dunloy, I can’t explain why I just really like the pitch.

Which opposition ground do you dislike going to and why?

Probably Cushendall, the road over ‘Orra would be sore on the car.

What team have you enjoyed the most success against?


Which team have you enjoyed least success against?


Which opposition player have you enjoyed marking?

Enjoyed the challenge of marking Adrian Mullen in the Leinster Championship last year.

Which opposition player have you disliked marking?

Joey McFetridge.

Which player would you transfer in from a team you have come up against?

Conor Whelan of Galway.

Which team, apart from your own, do you like to see do well and why?

The mother plays bowls regularly enough so I like to see her do well.

What’s the most frustrating defeat you have experienced?

County final against Cushendall this year.

What’s the most satisfying victory you have experienced?

Dunloy this year.

What is the best score you’ve seen from an opponent?

I remember playing a school’s game one day and Eoghan Daly kicked the ball over the bar from about the 45.

Which team, apart from your own, do you expect big things of in the coming years?

If Dominic Bradley could get motoring Swatragh could do big things.

Best opponent for post-match hospitality?

Ballygalget chicken sandwiches take the win there.

Which club, apart from your own, has the most impressive facilities?


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