When and where did you first play hurling/football: I can remember trying to kick the ball up to the top of the gable end wall of the house as a child. For Killavullen, it was the under 10 hurling blitz in Doneraile or Ballyhooly with my father, Kevin Rice and others.
Best career advice you were given: "Don't shoot, Don't kick, just handpass!" - I was once banned from kicking in a match by one trainer
What skill do you think is the most important in hurling/football:What skill do you think is the most important in hurling/football: The basics- left and right, I still haven't mastered them!
What would you like to change about the game?The lack of respect given to refs. The water break has been a good introduction.
Favourite sport other than hurling/football:Running and watching rugby.
When I was a child I wanted to be...........taking the frees, could still happen.
Best hurling/football memory outside of playing?Best hurling/football memory outside of playing? My first trip to Croke Park (1999 All Ireland Final) or the bus journey back after the Munster Championship win over Thurles Sarsfields.
Who is the greatest player you have ever seen?Football: Graham Canty for Bantry Blues Vs Killavullen. We didn't score in the first half. Hurling: Bartley Hayes, playing hurling without actually using the hurley.
Person you would most like to meet:Paul O Connell
In ten years time I hope to be:When I am pushing 40, I hope to still be playing for Killavullen just like Da Broz is now.
Killavullen GAA was founded on 15th of February 1888 making it one of the oldest official clubs in North Cork. Killavullen GAA is a very progressive, family orientated club.