Bishopstown student Conor Dorman first played football in Street Leagues with his club at the age of 6 or 7. He considers being able to score off both feet the most important skill in football, and if he could change anything about the game, he would like to introduce a 30m advantage to a fouled player and being able to solo instead of taking the free and playing on (like AFL). His best sporting memory as a player was making his Senior Club début against Nemo Rangers in 2012, and considers Diarmuid 'Badger' Vaughan to be the best player he has ever seen. If there was a transfer market in football, he would buy Michael Murphy, and his favourite sport other than football is soccer. In ten years' time he hopes to be still playing with the club and having a job he enjoys.