Q: How did you hear of the Toronto Dingos?
A: I thought I was joining a rugby team! My rugby coach from home knows Jake Steinberg and put me in touch. I didn't realise until my first training session that it was footy I was playing. Footy's better than rugby anyway.
Q: What sport did you play prior to Aussie Rules?
A: Rugby really but Gaelic Football before that.
Q: How do you find the cross over, what is difficult/easy?
A: Still finding it tough, a lot more running than I'd been used to. Doing my best to get the skills up to scratch too - trying to minimize the wild kicks.
Q: What do you like best about the game?
A: The physicality, although my rib cartilage would disagree right now.
Q: For International: how does it feel being an (for eg. Irish) man in Canada playing an Australian Sport?
A: When in Rome is what I always say.
Q. What are your favourite things about being a Dingo?
A: We're a tight-knit group and serious craic.
Q: What are your goals for the season?
A: I'm aiming for Best and Fairest.
Q: You have been a serial 'Icer' for the club, taking over from historic greats such as Sloppy McKay and so forth, will you continue to wage this campaign and do you have a message for the other Dingos?
A: The Ice Queen. Nobody's safe - that includes me; I iced myself in London.
Q: Who is your favourite Dingo and why?
A: Shezza (Stephen Donnelly's prized Sherrin football). Yeah nah.
Q: Best moment with the club so far?
A: The end of season trip to Montreal was a highlight.