Switched Counties for a change and one the first hurlers I remember when I was younger was Galway's Gerry McInerney, due to his white boots and mullet hairstyle.
Here, I just drew him as if he's walking off to the dressing room, job done. He's carrying his white boots and his hurl is slung over his shoulder.
One of the most iconic images in the GAA was that of George O'Connor, on his last hurrah in the 96 All-Ireland Final, falling to his knees to give thanks in Croke Park.
I took a piece from the late Tom William's poem and added the shadow of a 1798 pikeman.
Only saw Tony Doran play at the very late stage of his club career but grew up on stories and old videos of the red headed colossus.
It was another caricature drawing, but I will look to do an illustration proper of him in the future.
From a hurling great to a soccer one, next I thought I'd do a caricature of Barcelona's Lionel Messi.
Messi was tough to do (don't know how many times I'd to do the eyes) and still not really happy with him but it's some sort of representation of him anyway.
Went back to the George O'Connor sketch and wanted to put it in colour.
George wore a yellow helmet when he finished up but in the old days he used to wear a black one and as this image is of a younger O'Connor, I coloured it black and gave him the old Wexford jersey.
Went for one of the greats in Henry Shefflin next.
Apart from DJ, the best hurler I've ever seen.
Henry was simple enough to do, caricature wise. Always appears in any pictures I've seen of him, that he has no eyebrows. He won his 9th All-Ireland recently so I threw in the Liam Mac too with his medal haul on it.
This is where it all started. I started drawing and doodling again for the first time in years and tried to make a caricature of Wexford Hurling Legend, George O'Connor.
I threw it up on twitter and it seemed to get a good reaction so I started to draw out some more.