Sixty seconds with the GAA club’s Mayoral candidate
Name: Adrian Flannery
Claim to fame: Running for Mayor of Ballinrobe
Last Film I Saw: The Blindside
Last Book I Read: Tony Blair- The Journey
Favourite Song At The Moment: My Little Honda Fifty
When I’m not playing football I’m: Talking to Norman about football
If I could invite three people to dinner I’d invite: Peter McHugh, Paddy McTigue and Barack Obama.
Why those three? All great leaders.
The funniest guy in the Ballinrobe dressing-room is: Rubber.
The hardest guy in the Ballinrobe dressing-room is: Eugene O’Malley.
Who is the most famous person in your phone contacts? Enda Flannery.
What’s the most expensive thing you own (excluding house or car)? The engagement ring I bought Sinead.
The best thing about playing for Ballinrobe is: You don’t have to play for Shrule, Kilmaine, Hollymount or Claremorris!
The best Gaelic footballer I have ever seen play is: Declan O’Sullivan.
Who is the toughest opponent you have ever faced? Michael Donnellan.
My favourite pub in Ballinrobe is: Inch’s Bar.
What are you most afraid of? My mother.
The biggest influence on my GAA career was: My father.
My favourite saying is: I can’t go because I have training (according to Sinead!)
What was the last meal you ate? A Peter McHugh’s special.
My ideal desert island date would be: Sinead O’Kelly
Tell me something very few people know about you? I’m a really gentle, kind and caring guy.
Describe yourself in three words: Gentle. Kind. Caring
I should be the next Ballinrobe Mayor because: I am Adrian Flannery, a living legend!