Kilkenny’s James Stephens are in Leinster camogie action this weekend as they welcome St. Brigid’s of Laois to the Kells Road on Saturday.
A win for John Scott’s side would secure a place in this year’s intermediate club championship final against the winners of Na Fianna and Myshall who also play on Saturday.
Speaking on last night’s Camán Caint podcast, the Village boss says they’ve done their homework and are up for a fight.
“I think they are a step up. I watched their video of their county final against Camross, I thought they were a well-drilled team. They all have a job to do and they all do it well. So we did a bit of analysis on them.”
“It will come down to the wire but if we play the way we can play, it will take a fair team to beat us.”
St Brigids lost three finals in a row before besting Camross in O’Moore Park, a game where 16-year-old Eimear Hasset scored 1-09. The Laois side then went onto Leinster where they enjoyed a 1-11 to 6 point against Wexford side Oylgate Glenbrien in the last round.
You can listen back to the full interview with John on our camogie podcast Caman Caint below: