Hurling star Fionn Maguire answers Sinead Ryan’s question. 

Height: Not my strong point;

Fave Food: Anything really but my mam makes a lovely Stir Fry;

Fave Music: Mumford and Sons, Macklemore and Paolo Nutini;

Fave TV: Entourage and Frasier;

Fave Book: Any of the Ross O’ Carrol Kelly books or Triggs, the autobiography of Roy Keane’s dog;

Favourite Grounds: Hermitage;

What has been your greatest moment in sport? Probably time to get over it at this stage but winning the hurling féile as captain (see photo);

What are your hobbies? Long walks on the beach and reading poetry;

Nominate the laziest: Has to be Keith Robinson;

GAA Gripes? Playing championships in the winter;

Childhood heroes? Naoise Maguire;

Do you play any other sports? No;

 Do you have any superstitions before a match? I try to sit in the same place in the dressing room;

The highest point of your career to date? Top of the hill in Oldcourt;

Biggest Disappointment: Losing this years minor hurling final;

Other players with a promising future: Seamus Donohoe, Cian Mellett;

Ways of improving GAA: Consistency in reffing;

Favourite Personal Saying or term of abuse: Rahoo;

Pet Hates: Managers talking for hours;

What advice would you give to young players? Practise any chance you get;

How would you like to be remembered? Bit young to be worrying about that but I suppose I just want to be remembered.

Tell us a bit about the white collar boxing! It was great craic, a good few lads from the team went and we had a good laugh. They should definitely do it again at some stage.