Kilkenny Intermediate Camogie manager Mike Wall says Carlow are a perfect example of a County who has huge underage structures in place.
Speaking to KCLR ahead of Sunday’s clash between Carlow and Kilkenny in Fenagh, Mike says that Carlow’s victory over Derry last Sunday was no surprise despite been without the Myshall contingent…..
“They are improving all the time. They are a perfect example of a County who have put great underage structures in place and that they are seeing the fruits of it now”
“I suppose there is an awful lot of counties around the country that could take a leaf out of Carlow’s book and follow suit so yeah we are looking forward to the challenge now on Sunday”
“I don’t think that was a surprise to anyone(Carlow’s victory over Derry), I know Derry are just down from Senior but like anyone who has been watching or following Carlow over the past couple of years, they can beat anybody on any day and it certainly wasn’t a surprise to us when we heard the result”