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#amy o'connor

# amy-oconnor - Monday 11 November, 2019

'What she's gone through, that's real life... sport is sport'

Cork All-Star Amy O’Connor looks at the Irish football set-up – and team-mates, one of whom is Chloe Mustaki – she left behind.

# amy-oconnor - Friday 8 November, 2019

'He loves a challenge, and I think he sees this year as a challenge. He's the right man for that job'

Cork All-Star Amy O’Connor is pleased to see Paudie Murray at the helm once again.

# amy-oconnor - Thursday 7 November, 2019

'Never did I think that I'd be going to New York City to play camogie' - All-Stars Big Apple-bound

The country’s camogie elite face off in Gaelic Park on 23 November.

# amy-oconnor - Tuesday 29 October, 2019

'There’s a terrible reputation but positive things do come out of our area' - Cork All-Star

Four-time All-Ireland winner Amy O’Connor says her home in Knocknaheeny suffers from anti-social problems.

# amy-oconnor - Friday 16 August, 2019

'It was such a big part of my life, it's weird that I got up one day and walked away'

Cork camogie star Amy O’Connor on leaving a promising soccer career behind, and life on and off the field of play.

# amy-oconnor - Friday 26 July, 2019

'Hurling is unbelievable and we can make camogie like that as well'

Cork star Amy O’Connor is keen to promote the game in a positive light.

# amy-oconnor - Monday 14 January, 2019

Cork star says camogie has become 'boring to play' and 'boring to watch'

Four-time All-Ireland winner Amy O’Connor has bemoaned the lack of physicality allowed in the game.

# amy-oconnor - Saturday 24 June, 2017

Cork's Amy O'Connor sets sights on chasing the 'top two in the country'

The Rebels have a chasing game to play before they catch up with reigning champions Kilkenny and Galway, she says.