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Thomas Dolan has played a massive role in bringing the Wild Geese back to a sustainable club during his 4 years here in HB. He might arrive at training just before its almost finished and hes always the one with the duct tape around his boots, but if something needs done for the geese he'll do it.

Name: Thomas Dolan
Age: 28 going on 40
Position: Half Back, as far away from goal as possible
Toughest Man to mark: Nic Turkington
Laziest Man at training: Owen Leahy, constantly faking injury! I would probably be next in line to be fair
Favorite GAA Player: Paul Gough
Favorite Football Memory:
Wild Geese West Coast 7s win 2016
Favorite Food: Shteak and Shpuds
Favorite TV Program / Film: ET: The Extra Testical
GAA Gripes: People complaining
Childhood Hero: Michael Donnelan
Pet Hates: I don't hate pets
What do you love most about the sport: Winning
Do you play any other sports: Toboggan
What advice would you give to new players: Stick with it, don't give up
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Not many clubs have the pride and privilege to say the Southern California Rose of Tralee plays for them, but the Geese do. Claire Mc Manamon has been a great ambassador for the Geese and the Irish community here in SoCal. We hope you are practicing your soloing in Tralee for Nationals.

Name: Claire McManamon, 2017 Southern California Rose
Age: 24
Position: Impact Sub / Corner Back / Water girl
Toughest Woman to mark: Vikki "Crossfit Champ" Hurley
Laziest Woman at training: No such thing!
Favorite Jason Doherty, Mayo GAA.
Favorite Football Memory: 2013 All Ireland Quarter Final in Croke Park, Mayo V Donegal After this game I whole heartedly believed Mayo would win an All Ireland
Favorite Food: Baked cod with a herb crust and fresh veggies!
Favorite TV Program / Film: The Prestige
GAA Club in Ireland: Burrishoole, Co. Mayo GAA
Pet Hates: Insincerity
What do you love most about the sport: Anything can happen, never knowing the outcome until the clock is up!
Do you play any other sports: Ní féidir liom
What advice would you give to new players: Don't be intimidated, join us! Guaranteed you will have fun and pick up some new skills.
Hopes for the Wild Geese in the future: Total Domination of North America GAA nationals and 2. for the club to continue being a corner stone of the Irish community in Orange County welcoming Irish, international and home grown players.
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Every Irish person in SoCal is likely glued to the RTÉ Player to cheer on the SoCal Rose Claire Mc Manamon.... https://t.co/IBVzK8x0Zu
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Thomas Dolan has played a massive role in bringing the Wild Geese back to a sustainable club during his 4 years... https://t.co/TTfMmLMiUU
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Did you spot the Wild Geese in the OC Register this past weekend? Great to have a write up on the club in some... https://t.co/jHHVloWmfv
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Theres only one Paul Gough! Paul is our super saving goalie and is otherwise known as always been late. He has... https://t.co/5ehUJu3SAC
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Another victorious win for the Geese on our home turf. Final score was Wild Geese 1-13 Culver, City Cougars 1-11.... https://t.co/2e86YTEKNi
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