Kilkenny’s Colin Fennelly says the Dublin game showed them where a lot of their problems were.
The cats seen a big lead eroded in the second half before going to win the game in the Leinster final against Galway.
Colin says if Dublin didn’t go at them for the last 15 minutes of the match, they might have had more problems against the tribesmen:
“It probably would have opened up against Galway and we probably wouldn’t have been as clinical against Galway” he said.
“I think we only shot seven wides which is huge, you just kind of focus in on those few things, Richie Hogan put two wides in against Dublin and against Galway the last day he was on form and he just wasn’t missing (shots), it’s just them small things that change and it made a huge difference and you learn from it”.