White: “It’s always nice to see the home club do well”

Luke White speaks about the teams and players he has faced

Name: Luke White.

Age: 28.

Teams played for: St Martin’s (Wexford), Carndonagh (Donegal) and Donegal.

Who are your main rivals?

Buncrana (club) and Tyrone (county).

Which opposition ground do you like playing on and why?

St Eunans, O’Donnell Park.

Which opposition ground do you dislike going to and why?

Burt – post match refreshments aren’t great.

What team have you enjoyed the most success against?

No one team stands out. Every game is tight in the divisions.

Which team have you enjoyed least success against?

Tyrone – two defeats in the last two years.

Which opposition player have you enjoyed marking?

Declan McCarron (Buncrana), you’ll always pick a few easy scores off him.

Which opposition player have you disliked marking?

Stephen Gillespie (Burt) – very speedy.

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

Stevie McBride (Setanta).

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

St Martin’s, Wexford. Always nice to see the home club do well.

What’s the most frustrating defeat you have experienced?

The 2018 Wexford county final against Naomh Eanna.

What’s the most satisfying victory you have experienced?

My first county final victory against Oulart The Ballagh in 2017.

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

Damian Casey in the Nickey Rackard last year. Hit a sideline from the tightest of angles in the last few minutes.

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

Kildare hurlers, they’ve a strong club scene and senior hurlers are going from strength to strength.

Best opponent for post-match hospitality?

Meath GAA.

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

Would have to say O’Donnell Park, the pitch is always in top condition.

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