Rory, big cup final on Saturday, how are you and the team dealing with the nerves going into Saturday? 

The team is trying to keep calm and play as we normally do, hoping to be in our best form for Saturday. 

Just 4 weeks ago you played Fort William at An Aird coming away with a 1-1 draw, what did you make of them that day and what kind of match are you expecting on Saturday?

 Fort William away is always a hard game they were a good team, very composed on the ball. Expecting a tough match as they will also be very up for the game.  

Kinlochshiel have had the edge on Fort over the last 4 games (W2 D1 L1), does that give you confidence going into Saturday’s final?

 Gives us some confidence for Saturday but means nothing unless we play out of our skins on Saturday to try and come away with the win. 

Obviously, you were part of the RICruden Scotland U17 Squad this year, what was that experience like?

 It was a very good experience, we got to see first hand how much of a different game hurling is, from the way they have the pitch to how they move with the ball and off the ball. 

We also spoke to some of the players and saw how much they train and how seriously they take the game in Ireland. 

On a personal note, 6 goals this season for you, do you fancy yourself for one on Saturday and what would it mean to score in the Strathdearn Cup Final.

To score in a cup final as big as this would be great it would mean a lot as I haven’t scored much this season, but hopefully I could come away with one to help the team get closer to the win.

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