Senior Player Profile – Michelle Teehan

by on the 24th of July 2017

Age – 18

Club – James Stephens

Position – Defender

Occupation – Student

Honours – 1 Minor A Camogie Leinster Title, 1 Minor A Camogie All-Ireland Title, 1 Senior Camogie League Title, 1 Senior Camogie All-Ireland Title

1 Kilkenny Colleges Camogie 1st year Championship Medal, 1 Leinster Colleges Camogie Minor Title, 2 Leinster Colleges Camogie Seven-a-side Titles, 3 Leinster Colleges Camogie Junior Titles, 3 All-Ireland Junior Colleges Camogie Titles, 3 Leinster Senior Colleges Camogie Titles, 2 All-Ireland Senior Colleges Camogie Titles, 1 u18 Minor B Kilkenny Club Camogie League Title (Joint Captain), 1 u18 Minor B Kilkenny Club Camogie Championship Title (Joint Captain), 2014 Junior Loreto College Camogie Player of the Year, 2015 Junior Colleges All-Ireland Player of the Match, 2016 Senior Loreto College Camogie Player of the Year

1 Ladies Gaelic Football Feile Title, Leinster Minor Colleges Gaelic Football Title (Captain), 1 U16 LGF County Final Title, 1 Minor LGF Club championship, 2 Junior LGF Club championships, Kilkenny Junior LGF Final Player of the Match 2015

What age did you start playing Camogie? 11

How many years are you on County Panel? I have been on under age county panels all up along but this year is my second year with the Seniors

What is your pet hate? Load eaters

Have you ever had a serious injury? No just a few broken fingers thank god!

How do you keep yourself motivated? Think of my why. Remind myself of why I am doing what I’m doing every single day not just match days

Who has been your toughest opponent? Shelly Farrell

What is your favourite venue to play in and why? I’m going to give the typical answer that is Croke Park because it signifies All- Ireland day, a day that every player works to reach

What are your hobbies? My sport is my main hobby

Favourite Sportsman/Sportswoman? Conor McGregor

Favourite Music? All different kinds, I’m a sucker for the sob music

Outside of Camogie, what other sport do you play? Gaelic Football

Advice to young players? Stick with it, don’t give into temptation of taking the easy life, it has its rewards if you do and be the best you can be. Don’t make the mistake of looking outside yourself for motivation, it comes from within


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