‘Maebh Moriarty loves a fun fact’

Name: Cait Towe.Age: 23.

Teams played for?

Clann Eireann, Armagh, NUIG and QUB.

Earliest GAA memory?

Scoring an own goal in an u-10 game thinking I was going the right way.

Which team-mate has been the most inspirational and why?

Mags McAlinden, the greatest.

Who’s the best team-mate to train with and why?

Clodagh McCambridge, she never lets the standards drop.

Which team-mate is the worst to train with and why?

Grace Ferguson, she makes me laugh too much.

Which team-mate do you want to mark in training and why?

Aimee Mackin, might get the ball off her someday.

Which team-mate do you dread marking in training and why?

Aoibhin Donohue has me dizzy.

Best score you’ve seen from a team-mate?

Aoife McCoy against Laois this summer, she turned the ball over in the full-back line and got on the end of it for a goal.

What win has your team celebrated the most?

The 2022 Ulster final against Donegal, we won by the narrowest of margins after extra time.

Which team-mate is the best on journeys away?

Maebh Moriarty loves a fun fact on the bus.

Which club is the worst for journeys away?

Long, windy roads to Silverbridge.

What’s the funniest thing you’ve heard in training or in a match, and who said it?

“I’m CRACKING” – anonymous.

What’s the worst excuse you’ve heard to get out of training?

We’d know better.

Which team-mate is the loudest in the changing room?

Laura Brown doesn’t like silence.

Which team-mate would you want standing over a last-second penalty?

Niamh Murray.

Which team-mate would you never want to see hitting a last-second penalty?

Niamh Coleman, she’d only toe-poke it.

Which team-mate is the most sensible?

Can’t say I’ve too many sensible Clann Eireann teammates so I’ll go with Blathnaid Hendron.

Who is the smartest of all your team mates?

Dr Niamh Reel.

Who’s the best team mate to celebrate with?

Megan McCann leads people astray.

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