Cork Intermediate Camogie manager Paudie Murray says it’s brilliant to see Carlow’s progression.
Speaking to KCLR ahead of Sunday’s Division Two League Semi-Final, Paudie says that Carlow’s standard has improved dramatically.
“It is yeah. look, I have looked at their scores throughout the league this year. I think it is 1-11 they put up against Derry, Derry to me would be one of the stronger teams. 3-16 I think against Down so certainly they are able to score and watching some of the match last year in the All-Ireland Final, and certainly they have a few very very good hurlers there.
“It’s brilliant to see teams like Carlow coming and I certainly think having been involved with the Inter-County probably the last 6 years and certainly the standard of Camogie has risen dramatically over those years and can only be good for the game”
Carlow Intermediate Camogie Manager Mark Brennan says that Cork are a squad of exceptional talent.
Speaking to KCLR ahead of Sunday’s Division Two National League Semi-Final, Mark says it will be a daunting task against an experienced outfit.
“Yeah yeah definetly. I think anybody who was up in Croke Park last year would have seen them playing afterwards against Kilkenny in the Intermediate Final and they are a really really good team.
“We have seen them playing a couple of times now and they are very very slick. They have 10 or 11 girls on their Senior squad, they haven’t got any weak links and they are going to be a really really tough test for us”