“Fiachra Bradley shouldn’t be fit to walk never mind still playing”

Tiarnan O’Hare.

Age: 22.

Teams played for: Armagh hurlers, Carrickcruppen and Craobh Rua.

Earliest GAA memory?

Playing football on Carrickcruppen top pitch.

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

Fiachra Bradley, the man shouldn’t be fit to walk never mind still play.

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

Mick Doran, great at setting standards.

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

Sean Watters, sick looking at him.

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

Stevie O’Keefe. The two of us don’t do much defending.

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

Oisin O’Hare, usually ends in a row.

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

Fiachra Bradley, Ulster Junior final.

What win has your team celebrated the most?

Junior Ulster for Craobh Rua and Intermediate Championship for Carrickcruppen.

Which team-mate is the best on journeys away?

Paudie Lappin. usually has a few good stories to tell.

Which club is the worst for journeys away?

Lisbellaw are in the Armagh Hurling League this year.

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

Studying for an exam six months away.

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

Declan Harris.

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

Paddy Garvey.

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

Sean Watters, he’d take a point.

Which team-mate is the most sensible?

Lorcan McParland.

Who is the smartest of all your team mates?

Aidan Nutley.

Who’s the best team mate to celebrate with?

Ryan Lundy.

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