I don’t know about you, but I’ve been enjoying hearing about the good and the great of Irish Ultimate talk about their experiences and highs and lows. I’m also already beginning to lose track of who we’ve had so far, (blame it on wordpress!)
So here, in an easy to find format, are the links to the first 7 interviews. There are more coming in the pipeline, but, as you can imagine it’s a slow process to create this level of quality, (ha ha). I’m also actively trying to track down those who are further afield from Dublin. Message me @ with suggestions for possible interviewees. Semi or completely retired is probably better. Founders of Cork, Belfast, are all on my wish list, as well as women players too.
Here are our first magnificent seven, in purely chronological order, imagine the grief otherwise, we’d never hear the end of it!
Young gun, number #21 Brian Mc Devitt
Deep thinker, audax cyclist Eoghan Barry
The no longer (quite as) moody Chris Stokes
The splendiferous Jamie Crick
Movie buff, smart guy, Gareth ‘ Crash’ McFeely
Ever critical – no, no, he really is one, Chris Fite-Wassilak
And, the latest one Alan ‘Dman’ Doyle