Height: 5ft 11ins
Weight: 12st 10lbs
Date of Birth: 21/07/92
Inter County Debut Date: Minor Hurling 2009 vs Tipperary,
Minor Football 2010 v Tipperary
Occupation: Student Teacher at Mary I
School/College: Mary Immaculate College, Limerick
Honours won: 1 Munster MFC, 3 Munster U21 FC,
1 Munster Junior FC, 1 County Intermediate Hurling
Championship, 1 CountyJunior B Football Championship
When and where did you first play football? Under the tutelage of Tony McDonnell of Wolfe Tones
GFC in county Meath, aged 3.
Best career advice you were given: You own your own workrate
What skill do you think is the most important in football? The tackle
What would you like to change about the game? Players to be given a bigger input into potential
rule changes, they're the ones playing the game right now.
Best football memory outside of playing: Being a part of the homecoming in 2010 with the minors
when the seniors won. Even though we lost it was awe- inspiring to see the impact it had on people and the crowds that turned out.
Best football memory as a player: Galway in 2010 minor All-Ireland Semi-Final, coming from nine
points down with ten minutes to go in Croke Park.
Who is the greatest player you have seen? Seamus Moynihan
If there was a ‘transfer market' who would you buy? Karl Lacey
Favourite sport other than football: Hurling
Best book/film you have read/seen: The Lord of The Rings Trilogy, books and films.
When I was a child I wanted to be... Colm Coyle
You may not know it, but I'm good at... Writing
The best invention ever... The wheel
Person you would most
like to meet: Ray Lewis NFL
Marooned on a desert
island what could you not be without? Patrick Kirby
In ten years' time I
hope to be... A qualified teacher and still playing sport at a high