"We have a great game. We have a great game, and it's important we mind it. In hurling you can blow for a free every minute or two, but it's important to be sensible. I'm not going to give out right now because there's no point but I love the game of hurling we have, we need to be careful."
Thirteen seasons into her Kerry senior career, Louise Ní Mhuircheartaigh continues to be one of the most dangerous forwards around, but the Ballyferriter native is far from content and still has a long list of ambitions in the game.
"Look, you are put on a committee for rules or revision or whatever you want to call it in Croke Park now and you are supposed to justify your existence by saying 'we'll come up with a brainwave'. To me that's not a brainwave. I'm saying it a long time, I wish they'd leave a very, very good game alone."