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David Givney: Why playing GAA in London is ten times as enjoyable as it is back at home in Cavan

 

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Davdi Givney in action for his native Cavan back in 2016.

Davdi Givney in action for his native Cavan back in 2016.

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Davdi Givney in action for his native Cavan back in 2016.

With Gaelic games in lockdown due to coronavirus, Sunday Life Sport has introduced a series with Armagh's All-Ireland winner and Crossmaglen legend Oisin McConville, chatting with 11 of the biggest names in the sport.

This week, it is the turn of David Givney, one of the most gifted players of his generation.

He burst on the scene as a 20-year-old and soon became the go-to man for his county, comfortable in midfield or as a corner forward. David became a household name and a marked man by teams across Ulster and beyond.