Kilkenny overcame Limerick in Round three of the All-ireland Senior Camogie Championship on Sunday on a scoreline of 2-16 to 0-08 in UPMC Nowlan Park.
Brian Dowling’s side have won all their games in the group and will not play the All-Ireland semi-final until the 28th of November.
Speaking to KCLR after the game, Dowling said that he was happy with the result but stressed that the performance levels will have to improve:
At the start of the year, that’s what we wanted, to get to an All Ireland semi final, you know at the start of the group we had a good win over Waterford, played very well against Westmeath, probably dropped a level today so we’ve a lot to work on for the next few weeks” he said.
“We’ll hit the training field again now on Friday, give the girls a few days off, we’ve trained very hard since the Westmeath game, fitness wise and all and hurling wise, so we probably had heavy legs maybe going out today, Limerick came to keep the score down more than anything and brought a lot of bodies back, it made it harder to get scores and that’s just something we’ll have to work around for the next day”.