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Saturday 27 December 2014

Northern Ireland Wags: Jane Robinson

Jane Robinson .... Mark Magennis, Harland & Wolff Welders
Jane Robinson .... Mark Magennis, Harland & Wolff Welders
Tracey McCool ... Conor McQuillan, Sport & Leisure.
Orlaith Fennell ... William Keenan (aka Soup), Ford
Deborah Hughes ... Donal Hughes, St Luke's.
Cheryl Heron ... Craig Caughey, Nortel
Seona Murray ... Gerard Murray, Bangor Swifts
Wendy Porter ... Aaron Thompson, Queen's.
Janene Frame ... Darren Frame (Sirocco Works).
Danielle Atkinson ... Alan Strain, Abbey Villa.
Melissa Lambe ... Mark McCann, York Road
Carla Hasson .... Seamus Fanthorpe, Strathroy Harps
Cliona McNally .... Joe McDonnell, Newington YC.
Clair Kennedy ... Gary Kennedy, Kilmore Rec.
Heather Henderson ... Mark Bicker, Tandragee Rovers
Rebecca McClurg .... Barry Walsh, Killyleagh YC
Chantelle Fenner - wife of Dale Fenner, Nortel

This week's wag is: Jane Robinson

Who’s yer man?

Mark Magennis, Harland & Wolff Welders

Is he any good?

Yes. He’s a showman, and he gets the opposition to boiling point.

His worst habit?

He takes all the clean towels in the house. I’d say he uses about four or five every time he has a bath or a shower.

His best quality?

His charming personality. He is a cheeky chappy and his nickname is ‘smiler,’ with good reason.

Sexiest footballer around?

Definitely David Beckham. I love everything about him. He just has the X-Factor, doesn’t he?

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