Kilkenny intermediate camogie captain Roisin Phelan says that Kilkenny is a better team now than they were when they lost to Antrim earlier in the championship.
The sides go head to head in the All Ireland Intermediate Camogie Championship Final on Sunday at 2 pm in Croke Park.
The Conahy Shamrocks player believes the combination of hard work and a good run in the championship will stand to the side ahead of Sunday’s decider.
“I think we nearly learned more about ourselves from that loss (to Antrim), to be honest,” said Roisin.
“We’ve improved massively since then, it was our very first group game, a couple of months ago now, so I think all the training we’ve put in since then has really stood to us so this time around we’re definitely more prepared to put up a better fight,” she added.
We have full live commentary of the game here on KCLR.