Barrow Rangers manager Stephen Dormer says the “monkey is off the back” when it comes to county finals for the Paulstown club.
This Sunday sees Rangers play their first-ever intermediate county final in camogie or hurling having seen off St. Claire’s to book a date with James Stephens this Sunday afternoon.
Dormer says his side is clearly able to mix things up with the best at intermediate grade in Kilkenny.
“Last year it was very disappointing to lose out to Conahy (Shamrocks) and Conahy going on to win it,” said Stephen.
“Ourselves, we felt we didn’t perform on the day, and just getting the monkey off the back playing St Claires, it was a tough battle because they’re a bunch of good young girls coming through and playing and performing in a semi-final and getting through into a county final was massive for us”.
You can hear his full interview as part of this week’s Camán Caint podcast below.