St Pats Ballyragget manager Ann Downey thinks the team are going in the right direction under her management.
Downey, who won 12 Senior Camogie All-Irelands as a player and one as a manager, took over as manager of St Pats Ballyragget at the beginning of the year. With that the camogie legend is credited as the first women to manage a men’s hurling team.
Speaking upon the release of episode 5 of AIB’s The Toughest Summer documentary, the Kilkenny Camogie legend says she wants the players to enjoy the experience and hopes she can bring a confidence to the team.
“I think as the weeks go on and the more time we have with the lads we are finding out more about them and what their best position is. We are trying to put our own stamp on the game and on the team and also making sure the lads are enjoying it and bringing them a new confidence. I think we are going in the right way”
Tune into KCLR Sunday scoreline to hear the full interview with Oisin Langan and also listen back to St. Patrick’s last game against John Lockes where they came out resounding winners below