Player Profiles

Christopher  Joyce

DOB04/01/1992
ClubNa Piarsaigh
Height6ft
Weight14st 7lbs
Inter-County DebutAll-Ireland SHC Qualifier v Offaly 2012
Honours Won1 Munster SH Medal 2014, U12 County Hurling & Football, U14 County Hurling, U16 County Hurling, Feile Na ngeal under 14 All Ireland Champions, U21 City Hurling Championship 2011, Senior Hurling League Champions

Biography

Occupation: Schools/College Attended: St Aidans Community College Position: Defender When and where did you first start playing hurling? Out of front of my house with my Father. Biggest influence on your hurling career: Both my parents, they both done everything possible for me and supported me all the way. And of course, my club Na Piarsaigh. What sporting event would you most like to attend? Conor McGregor UFC fight in Vegas To date what is your favourite moment in sport? Winning the Senior Munster Championship in Pairc Ui Chaoimh Favourite Venue: Pairc Ui Chaoimh Favourite G.A.A. player: Sean Og & John Gardiner, my 2 heroes growing up and I was lucky enough to play alongside them for many years with my club What sportsperson would you most like to meet? Roger Federer, the man is a genius What is the hardest part of your sporting life? Getting up early every morning! Toughest player to mark in training? Seamus Harnedy, it turns out the nice guy act is in fact only an act!! Well able to dish it out!! Who is the ‘joker’ on the panel? Lorcan Mcloughlin! You don’t want to get caught on the end of this fellas jokes!! If you won the lotto what would be the first thing you would buy?! A Private Jet!! Favourite holiday destination: Dubai! Favourite Food: The Mothers Chicken Curry Favourite Drink: Fanta Orange Favourite Music: Macklemore Favourite Film: Forest Gump In ten years time I hope to be: Happily retired flying across the world on my Private Jet after winning the Lotto One thing you may not know about me……I’m the only man in the world to have beaten Patrick Horgan in the Glen Ball Alley!!!!



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