Antrim Minor Camogie manager Carl McCormick says they won’t be underestimating the threat that Carlow are going to pose in Saturday’s All-Ireland Minor Roinn B Semi-Final.
Speaking to KCLR ahead of Saturday’s game, Carl says that Carlow have shown good form in the Championship.
“In our round-robin games, we have played Westmeath and we have played Armagh and we have played Derry”, says McCormick.
“Probably Westmeath have been our toughest game to date, looking forward to playing Carlow now this coming Saturday.”
“We know that they have progressed through their own stages and they have beat Down, they beat Roscommon, they were beaten narrowly by Laois who we do have some knowledge of from last year so we will not be underestimating the threat that Carlow are going to bring to us on Saturday.”
At the same time, Carlow manager Mark Brennan knows his side reaching a semi-final is a huge milestone but recognises Antrim is a mammoth task for the county.
Antrim v Carlow throws in at Inniskeen Grattans GAA, Monaghan, this Saturday at 2.30pm. Extra time will be played if required, with Philip McDonald booked to referee. At the same time in St. Brendan’s Park, Birr, Laois will take on Westmeath in the day’s other semi-final.