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Quickfire questions with Corey Scahill


Quickfire Questions

Name: Corey Scahill
Age: 24 Lives: Castlebar
Club: Castlebar Mitchels HC
Occupation: Finance Administrator

What’s your idea of perfect happiness?
Headphones in, being surrounded by three walls and a window in a handball alley for hours with my hurley and a sliotar.

Which living person do you most admire?
Ryan Baynes and Mark Howley are tied on this one.

What’s your greatest extravagance?
I’m an awful man for buying runners and shoes or clothes in general.

What or who is the love of your life?
Hurling – Sarah is a close second.  

What’s your favourite journey?
The journey from my house in Castlebar to MacHale Park before a big game.

When and where were you happiest? 
The day Seán Mulroy blew into Castlebar on a free transfer.

Which talent would you most like to have?
The ability to focus relentlessly.

What’s your greatest achievement?
Coaching Shane Nugent into the man he is today.

What’s your most treasured possessions?
Joe Butler’s hatchet – since I took it he hasn’t been sent off once.

What’s your favourite pastime?
I enjoy cooking and listening to music.

What’s the quality you most like most in a person?
Positivity and hard work.

Who are your favourite hurlers?
Noel McGrath, Brendan Maher and David Kenny.

What’s your favourite motto?
Hard work always beats talent when talent fails to work hard.

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