“My earliest GAA memory is Killykickers in Crubany”

Q&A…Darragh Lovett has spilled the beans….

Name: Darragh Lovett.

Age: 19.

Teams played for:

Killygarry, Cavan, St Pat’s Cavan and TUD.

Earliest GAA memory?

Killykickers in Crubany.

Which team mate has been the most inspirational and why?

Mattie McKenna, he always gives his best every time he plays.

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

Martin Reilly, he shares his experience and knowledge.

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

Cormac Brady of Gowna, you’re guaranteed a box to the guts.

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

Cian Reilly, always a few handy scores when he’s marking me.

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

Conor Smith against Kingscourt in the Senior Championship quarter-final in 2022.

What win has your team celebrated the most?

The Cavan Senior Championship semi-final against Ramor in 2022 to make our first senior final.

Which team-mate is the best on journeys away?

Favour Shehu.

Which club is the worst for journeys away?


What’s the funniest thing you’ve heard in a match/training?

Terry Hyland, when referring to our team following the ball, said “you’re like a dog after the wheel of the car.”

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

“I have college work to do.”

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

Favour Shehu.

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

Martin Reilly.

Which team mate would you not want to see standing over a last minute penalty?

Stephen Lovett.

Which team mate is the most sensible?

A toss-up between Cian Reilly and Oisin Brady, two quiet lads.

Who is the smartest of all your team mates?

Conor Smith.

Who’s the best team-mate to celebrate with?

Jack Graham of Cavan.

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