Mooncoin Intermediate Hurling manager Mark Tyler admits that preparations are not good as they prepare for their first round Intermediate Championship game on this evening against Thomastown.
Speaking to KCLR, Mark says confidence is at a low ebb.
“Sure not good at all I suppose to be honest and we are kind of well aware now that we need to pick things up in a big way.
“We have lost the last two games I suppose we are not happy with things the way they are going for us.
“It’s a big match now at the weekend, we have to kind of get ourselves ready for that, push on and take it from there really,” he said.
The sides meet at 5pm in Mullinavat today.