Up and coming young senior player Dylan McKeown, talks about his time in blue and white so far
Dylan paying against the Joes in last years Senior Championship
1: First memory of the club -
It was going down to training when I was 4, playing with the U6's. I think I must have played three years U6's. That was the start with Paddy Hearty and Niall Lambert, that were great coaches all throughout my years playing juvenile football.
2: Biggest GAA influence -
Dad (Derek McKeown)
3: Worst Trainer -
Having played on the same team for a couple of years at underage and now, It has to be Thomas O'Connell. He would do anything to get out of running.
4: Best Trainer -
There is a few but I would have to say Derek Crilly for just everything he does wheter it be running or the skills aspect left foot or right foot.
Dyan (R) with his uncle Andrew Coleman after a junior match
5: Funniest team mate -
I'll have to give this one to Sean McCann
6: Favourite Pitch -
The Ramparts, It's just a great pitch all year round.
7: Most memorable win -
Captaining the Friary to the Louth schools competition against CBS Drogheda in Darver. We went unbeaten for the league campaign and that was our second title in three years under Mr. Farrell.
8: Favourite Sportsperson:
9: Your having a dinner party, Three people you'd invite -
Brian Fenton, Sean Boylan and John Bishop
Gaels Minor team 2019