With three live games in full this weekend, three players stood out for their inter-county performances.
Young Ireland’s Tiffi Fitzgerald was named as Áine Fahey’s Player of the Match with thanks to Moth To A Flame Candles in Saturday’s close-fought encounter between Kilkenny and Clare in the second round of the Camogie Leagues Division 1.
They’ll go on to play Cork in two weeks time with a spot in the league final up for grabs.
Jack McCullagh of Bagenalstown Gaels was the recipient of our Hickson’s Centra Man of the Match for his performance in the Carlow jersey despite defeat to Kerry in Sunday’s early game.
That result leaves Tom Mullaly’s men with one win from three in Division 2A of the National Hurling League.
And in our third and final live game, a “dangerous” performance from Graigue-Ballycallan’s Billy Ryan for Kilkenny against Laois saw him collect the Rafter’s Gastro Pub Man of the Match.
Take these names to Monday’s KCLR Breakfast with you and some tasty prizes could be yours.