St. Patricks Ballyragget selector David Buggy says their close scare in the Leinster Final will make them well aware of the challenge provided by Tooreen of Mayo in Saturday’s All-Ireland Intermediate Club Semi-Final.
Speaking to KCLR, David says the weather conditions are going to have a significant effect.
“We are not going to take anything for granted like. I think the last day, we were probably a little bit off as regards we had just hurled so well in the first two matches in Leinster that we won by 10 and 12 points that we were probably saying it was going to happen again but it didn’t happen.
“Glenealy put it up to us and ok, the one good thing is the pressure came on and we one, but I can tell you this weekend is going to be no different because it’s going to be look like messy weather for the week down in Limerick.
“Limerick tends to be often a soft pitch and it’s not going be very flowing hurling I suppose. Whoever team wants it the most is probably going to come out on top in the end,” he said.