COURSE: Sport and Exercise Science
What are your ambitions for camogie this season?
To build upon last years achievements with Waterford, have a successfully year with my club Gaultier and make the most of my final year of Ashbourne.
The Ashbourne weekend will soon be upon us, how do you rate your chances?
If we play as hard as we’ve trained over the last few months, anything can happen!
Do you find it hard to dedicate time to camogie and study?
Training at 7:30am in mucky Maguires gets me up for the 9am lectures!
Who is your toughest opponent?
So far this year the battles at training in Maguires with Beenie Larkin have left many bruises!
What player do you most admire?
My clubmates for there commitment and workrate on the field.
You have been involved in many great teams and done so much but what is your proudest achievement?
Been lucky to play with many great teams, the first senior county title with my club Gaultier was special, playing with the girls I grew up with, winning all Ireland titles with Our Lady of Mercy Secondary School and the Under 16 B County All Ireland stand out too, as well winning the National League title with Waterford in 2007.
Funniest moment in Camogie?
Any Ashbourne…too many laughs to pick just one!!
Person you least like to sit beside in changing room?
The kids in first year as they make me feel oldà.rather sit beside Granny Jaffa!
If you could change one thing about Camogie what would it be?
At college level develop the intermediate league in order to give all players game time and to give everyone an opportunity to play.
Sporting Motto or what advice would you give to young players?
Work, Work, Work
If there was a transfer market in college Camogie who would you transfer in and out?
Got to be Niamh Mulcahy, never misses U.L’s team bonding sessions and great for her bottomless bag of cinema treats!!