The fallout from Sunday’s Leinster championship game between Kilkenny and Galway continues today
Late scores from substitutes Liam Collins and Declan McLoughlin saw Galway salvage a 0-28 to 1-25 draw at UPMC Nowlan Park.
Read the full match report: Late McLoughlin point earns Galway a draw in thrilling affair with Kilkenny
Having led by six points in the second half, manager Derek Lyng admitted that the result felt like a defeat;
“I suppose at the end just a little bit of frustration there from our end. I think at one stage we were three or four up, we would like to close it out at that stage. They’re a good team. They picked off a few scores and we had a couple of chances really to probably finish it, but we did not take them. So look, we’ll take a lot of learning from it. “
“Probably at the end probably it feels a bit like a defeat, but we just have to get on with it now and dust ourselves down and be ready for the week ahead. “
Hear Henry Shefflins thoughts: “We are probably happy to get the point”
Antrim is up next for Kilkenny next Sunday with that game forming part of a doubleheader with the Carlow hurlers also out in action in the Joe McDonagh Cup on the same day.
Check out the full interview with Derek, along with Henry Shefflin below on Scoreline Extra: