Players of the Carnbane, with Cahal McParland

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Friday, February 17th, 2012
Name: Cahal McParland.

'Players of the Carnbane'

Age: 19. Occupation: Student. Club: Whitecross AFC. Previous Club(s): None. Honours: None yet with Whitecross but I have various Gaelic honours: U16 Ulster vocational schools All-star, U16 schools Armagh league title, U16 Ulster schools runner up and minor player of the year with Whitecross GFC. Position: Goalkeeper. Favourite player: Christiano Ronaldo. Favourite drink: Magners. What team do you support? Manchester United. What are your interests outside of football? NFL, Snooker and Bowls. How long have you been with your current club? Since it was established.

Cahal (left) in goals during a recent Whitecross match.

What do you think of the facilities for soccer in Newry & Mourne? They are grand. What would you liked to have achieved by the time you hang your boots up? To win the league with Whitecross. How would you like to be remembered as a footballer? A great shot stopper. Who is the best Carnbane player you’ve seen and why? Ally Bann and Neil McSherry because their goal scoring exploits this season! What word best describes you as a football player? Passionate. You’re stranded on a desert island, what are your three essential items? Water, food and the Xbox. If you were down to your last £20, what would you spend it on? Bet that Liverpool never win the premiership!
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