FORMER Monaghan star Stephen Gollogy looks back at some of his memories…
Name: Stephen Gollogly
Teams played for: Carrickmacross Emmets, Patrician High School, University Limerick, Chicago Wolfe Tones, Monaghan.
Current involvement in the GAA:
I run my own website www.gaatacticsboard.com, selling sporting products to coaches and players. Do online posts on current trends in Gaelic Games. I coach Carrick Emmets u-7 boys and the Ardee Community Schools GAA teams.
Which club game, that you played in, will you never forget and why?
Winning a first senior league in over 100 years with Carrick in 2008.
Which club game, that you watched, will you never forget and why?
Winning our second Ulster Senior Championship with Monaghan in 2015, knowing that we were good enough to back up our first from ’13.
Which county game, that you played in, will you never forget and why?
As a 16-year-old we drove to Thurles to watch Dublin v Kerry in the Championship, was right behind Maurice Fitz when he sliced over his iconic point.
What was the strangest thing you ever saw in a game?
Mayo taking Colm Boyle off in an All-Ireland final because his stats were off and him flying.
What was the most memorable performance from a player in a game that you watched?
Pauric Donaghy in the 2013 Ulster final, in his first championship start of the year.
What did you love about the games you played in?
Being ready for big Ulster Championship games, knowing you were going well in training and feeling very fit.
What did you hate about games you played in?
It was hard to get going for McKenna Cup games towards the end of my career.