In a West Cork Minute - Katie Lynch

November 13th, 2017 8:00 AM

By Southern Star Team

Katie Lynch, from Upton, Innishannon.

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Katie Lynch (19), from Upton, Innishannon, played her role in Valley Rovers’ historic county camogie senior B success lately, and here she chats GHDs, Conor McGregor and elephants …


What’s the one thing you can’t live without? GHD.

What would I find in your fridge right now? Mould.

Name one element your sport could/should take from another? A professional soccer player’s salary.

What do you think about when you’re alone in your car? Food.

Who has been the biggest influence on your sporting career? My parents. They have encouraged me the whole way up.

Pick two celebrities to be your parents: Doireann Garrihy and Conor McGregor.

What do you think cats dream of? Dogs.

If you could play any other sport for one day what would it be? Tennis.

If you joined a circus, what would you perform? I’d be the elephant.

If you could get rid of one county in Ireland what would it be and why? Kerry, and we all know why!

What would you do if you found a penguin in your freezer? P-p-p-pick it up.

Before we let you go, teach us something that we don’t know: One’s terminology of the ideology can become codology, how so? A misunderstanding between two fools. 


Katie Lynch is joint captain of Valley Rovers’ camogie team along with Ena Buckley, and this pair helped the Innishannon club win the county senior B final against Blackrock recently – a game that saw Valleys earn promotion to the senior ranks for the first time in the club’s history

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