There’s “work to be done”, says Carlow senior hurling mananager Pat English.
That was in the wak of their 2-15 to 0-14 defeat at the hands of I.T. Carlow in Sunday’s Walsh Cup clash at Netwatch Cullen Park.
“If you didn’t win the first ball, it was very hard to get control of it after that”, said English of the conditions at Netwatch Cullen Park.
“Our second half performance was much better. We gave away two goals in the game and in each case we had possession and we gave it away. Carlow IT are a good, well organised team and three time in the first half we gave away three or four points because cross field balls weren’t organised. But, we organised that at half time and I’m happy with the performance and with the work rate the lads are showing.”
English was speaking to KCLR’s Kevin Regan after the game where, despite the loss, was happy with the performance but admits there is still work to be done.