From Hank Traynor to Pearse Piggott
Sounds like: Hard bitten US detective.
Who? - A Meath stalwart from the late Boylan era, Wing back on the side which won the All-Ireland in 1999.
Stewart McKenzie Smith
Sounds like: The Queens bodyguard.
Who? - Played for Kildare during a rather bleak period for Kildare football. Namely the period after Mick O'Dwyer and before Kieran McGeeney.
Andrew La Touche Cosgrave
Sounds like: The wealthy heir to a chocolate fortune
Who? - Limerick hurler who has played minor since 2012, he lined out in last year's All-Ireland minor final against Kilkenny
Sounds like: An ancient Gaelic folklore warrior
Who? - Still attempting to swashbuckle away for the Galway hurlers as he has been since the year 2007. Man of the Match in the drawn 2012 All-Ireland hurling final.
Sounds like: An American relationship therapist and TV presenter who changes his name for promotional reasons
Who? - A midfield lion for the Kildare side during the 80s and early 90s. There are sadly no pictures of him on Sportsfile but here's a picture of his nephew Liam Sex playing at centre back for Sarsfields in 2001
Sounds like: The nine-year-old central character of a kids TV show.
Who? - One of those luckless individuals who played for Kerry in the late 80s and early 90s. He played for Kerry between 1988 and quit in 1995 just before Paidi O Se became boss.
Sean Og De Paor
Sounds like: An Irish language poet and tutor of Peig Sayers.
Who? - Two-time All-Ireland winner with Galway in 1998 and 2001.
Sounds like: The sidekick in an American sci-fi film.
Who? - Won an All-Star in 1991 at corner-back and plugged away for the rest of the decade in the Roscommon defence.
Sounds like: A hard working, nineteenth century textile merchant from the north of England.
Who? - One of the heroes of 1994. Leitrim manager for 2012 and 2013 seasons.
Sounds like: A Kerry island fisherman who only travels to the mainland for football.
Who? - Could have been one of Morgan Nix's unlucky men but hung around until 1997 and accompanied Maurice Fitzgerald when he won the All-Ireland for Kerry.
Sounds like: The alias of a 1980s kids TV show presenter - real name is Tony Smith
Who? - Former Carlow manager and Kildare wing-back who played inter-county football for not far off two decades
Sounds like: An R & B singer.
Who? - Has turned out a few championship games for Dublin, all last year. Fell out of favour with Jim Gavin when the new wave of Dublin's kids broke through this year.
Sounds like: One of the chief suspects in an Agatha Christie novel.
Who?- Galway midfielder during the 1980s. All-Ireland winner from the bench in 87 and 88. Selector with Conor Hayes in 2005.
Sounds like: An American sport star of some sort or other.
Who? - Wexford hurler during the 2000s. Leinster title winner in 2004.
Sounds like: The subject of a famous ballad.
Who? - Iconic dual player and folk hero for Derry in the late 90s. Laid on the winner in the 1998 Ulster Final for Joe Brolly.
Sounds like: A vicar
Who? - Down player through the lean 2000s with a penchant for high fielding.
Sounds like: Discarded name of a character in a popular American animated programme
Who? - Dublin forward in the 1980s and All-Ireland winner in 1983. Father of Dean.
Sounds like: An American expert on some obscure topic like the Iranian economy in the pre-revolution period or the Japanese automotive industry.
Who? - Cavan corner back and Ulster Championship winner in 1997, who I'm assured used to start, despite the no.18 on his back in this photo.
Sean Marty Lockhart
Sounds like: A prisoner in the Maze in the 1980s.
Who?- Derry veteran and All-Star in 1998.
Sounds like: An accordian player, a Clare half back and a distant relation of Ger Loughnane.
Who? - An accordian player, a Clare half back and a distant relation of Ger Loughnane.
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