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Quickfire questions with Emily Reape

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Name: Emily Reape
Age: 18
From: Knockmore
Occupation: Student

Your mood right now in three words?
Nervous but excited.

Best thing about being your age?
Lack of hangovers.

Best thing about being from your town/village?
How close everyone is, it makes such a difference with football. We’re like a family.

Favourite Mayo player?
Shauna Howley, some could say I’m biased but I think she’s unreal.

What’s your guilty pleasure TV show?
Friends.

What’s your most prized possession?
County medal.

One old club match you’d love to watch back?

Last year’s county final.

Favourite team-mate?
Sarah Mulvihill. She’s coming ‘35’ this year and still runs rings around us!

Celebrity you’d most like to hang out with?
Harry Styles. Why not?

Favourite post-match meal?
Finnola and Anita’s pasta bake.

Favourite song to get ‘up’ for a match?
‘From Now On’ — The Greatest Showman. Or anything from Grace’s playlist.

Last book you read?
Can’t remember, I don’t really read much.

Thing that makes you nervous?
Cormac’s singing.

Best advice you ever got?
Talent is nothing without hard work.

Any superstitions?
Wearing the same match socks.

What winning a county title would mean in three words?
Everything and more.

 

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