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Shelly Farrell: Eddie Brennnan and Tomás O’Sé my favourite pundits Star Secrets – Promoting Players & GAA Positively
with the captain of the 2018 national camogie league winners and Thomastown star Shelly Farrell


Fav Memory in Sport: Winning the 2016 Senior Camogie All Ireland.

Worst Memory in Sport: Losing the 2018 All Ireland Senior Club Semi Final after extra time.

One game you would love to replay: 2018 All Ireland Senior Club Semi Final against Slaughtneil.

What’s the worst thing about Social Media:
Giving a false perception of your life, leading others to compete  with unrealistic lives/bodies.

Your least favourite Sport to play or watch:
It would have to be golf, couldn’t look at it for more than 5 minutes.

3 Celebs you’d bring to dinner?
David Beckham to look at, Jack Whitehall for the laughs and Usain Bolt to  discuss our mutual love for chicken.

Where would the dinner be?
A Steakhouse.

What would you feed them?
Well there would be plenty of steak there to give them.

Favourite Irish Bar:
The World’s End.

Favourite Restaurant:
Ripley’s Steakhouse.

Favourite Band:
Picture This.

The most romantic thing ever done for you:
Dinner and flowers is the best I get and I’m not going to complain about it!

3 players you admire from other counties:
Mags Darcy, Niamh Mulcahy, Briege Corkery.

Favourite person you follow on Twitter/Instagram?
Doireann Garrihy/James Kavanagh.

Ideal holiday destination:

1 training drill you hate (running not counted):
Possession games.

1 training drill you love (shooting not counted):
Warm up.

Teamed named before match day or on match day:
Before match day.

Favourite Pundit:
Eddie Brennan/Tomas O Se.

Least favourite Irish Sports Star:
Aine Doran, she’s an Irish blogger.

1 of the fallbacks from being an intercounty player:
It’s all worth it if you win, it’s a long year if you don’t.

1 of the upsides to being an intercounty player:
The friendships you make within the gaa.

What did you eat on the day of a big match?
Usually pasta and chicken and try to load up on sandwiches!

Best Manager you ever had?
James McGrath.

Best Hangover Cure:
McDonalds, although I don’t get to have this as much as I’d like to!!

Most influential person/s in your career so far:
My parents and family.

One sport you’d like to try out:
Rugby, have the build of a prop.

2 Players you would trade in if there was a transfer market:
Aoife O’ Donohue and Sarah-Anne Fitzgerald.

2 Players you would trade out if there was a transfer market:
Ann Dalton so we’d have a bit of peace on the field and Michelle Quilty so the rest of the teams touch would  actually look alright

Tell us a funny story from your GAA days:
Plenty of stories from the days in W.I.T after Ashbourne wins but I don’t think they should be repeated here…

By Mark Casserly

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