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Quickfire Questions with Kate Moore


THE QUEENS OF CONNACHT The Castlebar Mitchels ladies squad and management are pictured after winning the Connacht LGFA Intermediate club championship title. Pic: Conor McKeown

Quickfire Questions

Name: Kate Moore
Club: Castlebar Mitchels
Age: 24
Occupation: Engineer

Best thing about playing for the club?
The endorphins you get from a tough session with all your best mates that you’ve
played with growing up.

Best thing about social distancing?
Less people breathing in your ear and stepping on your toes.

Worst thing about social distancing?
Lack of hugs.

Best thing about wearing a mask?
You can hide behind it when you’re feeling ugly.

What’s your guilty pleasure TV show?
Mrs Brown’s Boys.

Which three celebrity guests would you invite over for a party?
Danielle Caldwell, Kathryn Sullivan and Rachel Kearns.

What’s your most prized possession at the moment?
My bath tub.

First thing you’ll do when Covid restrictions are scrapped?
Go for a jive in C2 with all the girls.
One old match you’d love to watch back?
Any match playing alongside Melissa [Patterson, RIP].

County player you’d most like to room with?
Whoever’s the most hygienic.

Favourite post-match meal and drink?
Pasta or pizza and water.

Favourite song to get 'up' for a match?
Black Magic - Jonasu (reminds me of Danielle Caldwell almost killing us all in the
car on the way to the Connaught final because she couldn’t keep her hands on the
wheel when this came on)

Best advice you ever got?
Don’t shoot, you’re bent.

Last time you cried?
Probably when someone wouldn’t share their food with me.

Sum up winning an All-Ireland semi-final in three words?
Hungry. For. More.

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