Player Profile: Kate Nolan

Last Sunday, the All-Ireland Junior A Camogie final between Carlow and Kerry took place in Moyne Templetuohy, Tipperary at 2:30pm. Carlow who were finalists in 2014 and defeated at the hands of Limerick, became All-Ireland Champions after a 0-14 to 0-3 victory over the Kingdom. Carlow camogie player Kate Nolan completed her player profile before the final. Continue reading

Player Profile: Michelle Nolan

This Sunday hosts the All-Ireland Junior A Camogie final between Carlow and Kerry in Moyne Templetuohy, Tipperary at 2:30pm. Carlow who were finalists in 2014 and defeated at the hands of Limerick will be hoping to correct the wrongs of that game and become 2015 champions. Myshall club player Michelle Nolan discusses her aims for this week and talks about her career as a player. 

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Name: Michelle Nolan
Club: Myshall
County: Carlow
Sport: Camogie and football
Occupation: Student
Toughest opponent to mark for:
Katie Power
Role Model growing up: Joe Canning
Aspirations for this weekend: win the All Ireland with the county on Sunday
Highlight of your GAA career so far: Winning an All Ireland final with my club Myshall
Low light of your GAA career so far: Missing out on an All Ireland final with my club due to injury
Goals for your GAA career in the next five years: Win an All Ireland Intermediate club championship, play in Croke Park. Win an All Ireland with my county

Player Profile: Ciara Quirke

This Sunday hosts the All-Ireland Junior A Camogie final between Carlow and Kerry in Moyne Templetuohy, Tipperary at 2:30pm. Carlow who were finalists in 2014 and defeated at the hands of Limerick will be hoping to correct the wrongs of that game and become 2015 champions. Myshall club player Ciara Quirke discusses her aims for this week and talks about her career as a player. 

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Player Profile: Roisin Egan

The Offaly ladies have reached the All-Ireland Quarter-final’s of the Intermediate championship and this weekend they will face Ulster champions Fermanagh in Mullahoran, Co Cavan at 1pm on Saturday. Offaly have had both a great league and Leinster championship campaign but they will be hoping for more silverware before 2015 is over. Dual star and up and coming young player Roisin Egan talks about her career as a player.

 

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Name: Roisin Egan
Club: Naomh Ciaran
County: Offaly
Sport: Ladies football and Camogie
Occupation: Student
Toughest opponent to mark for:
Club: It would have to be Mairead Daly or Hannah O’Neil (Foxrock) in feile was outrageous good!
County: Katie Murray- Waterford (one of the triplets)
Role Model growing up: My brother Colin/ Cora Staunton
Aspirations for this weekend: This weekend my hope is of course to come out with a win and be a step closer to Croker! We know Fermanagh are a good team but we believe and if we play to our potential we can do it, no doubt! It would be great lift for the team especially after the Leinster final defeat.
Highlight of your GAA career so far: winning two All-Ireland Feiles
Low light of your GAA career so far: Losing to Tipperary in minor semi final for second year in row!
Goals for your GAA career in the next five years: In Offaly, win senior championship in football and camogie. Win senior camogie and football All-Ireland with Offaly would be dream come true.

Roisin Egan (O) gets a handpass away from Kate McMahon and Courtney Healey (W)

Roisin Egan (O) gets a handpass away from Kate McMahon and Courtney Healey (W)

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Player Profile: Kym Furey

The Offaly ladies have reached the All-Ireland Quarter-final’s of the Intermediate championship and this weekend they will face Ulster champions Fermanagh in Mullahoran, Co Cavan at 1pm on Saturday. Offaly have had both a great league and Leinster championship campaign but they will be hoping for more silverware before 2015 is over. Key forward Kym Furey gives her player profile and hopes for this weekends game.

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