Gillic PJ

September 13, 1991
NAME: PJ Gillic DATE OF BIRTH: 20/5/67 HEIGHT: 6' 2" WEIGHT: 14st CLUB: Carnaross COUNTY: Meath HONOURS: 2 All-Irelands, 2 NFL, 5 Leinster senior, 1 Leinster minor, 1 Leinster under 21, 1 Leinster junior, 1 Railway Cup, 1 Under 14 with club PLACE OF EMPLOYMENT: Self employed panel beater at Dulane, Kells FAMOUS RELATION: Joe Norris (granduncle) won three All-Ireland meals with Dublin in the 20s INTER COUNTY DEBUT: versus Wicklow, June 1986, Newbridge FAVOURITE POSITION: No 11 FAVOURITE GROUNDS: Croke Park TOUGHEST OPPONENT: Liam Harnan, Conor Counihan (Cork), John Maughan (Mayo) SPORTING AMBITION: To win All-Ireland on the 15th and win junior championship with my club this year DO YOU PLAY ANY OTHER SPORTS: No BOYHOOD HEROES: Gerry McEntee, Brian Mullins, Ken Rennicks FAVOURITE PLAYER AT PRESENT: Brian Stafford, who is the best forward in the country over the last few years BIGGEST INFLUENCE ON CAREER: My father Aidan and Sean Boylan DISLIKES ABOUT THE GAA: Bad referees WAYS OF IMPROVING THE GAME: Improve refereeing standards and a adopt a rule similar to the 'mark' in Aussie Rules, because more often than not the player that makes a fine catch ends up being penalised BEST GAME SEEN: Meath v Dublin (3rd replay) BEST GAME PLAYED IN : Same game HOPES FOR 1991: Win All-Ireland medal on Sunday and a junior medal with my club Taken from Hogan Stand magazine 13th September 1991 Vol 1 No 26

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