Preparations are underway for the Leinster club finals featuring Kilkenny teams this weekend, with Thomastown gearing up to face Bray Emmetts in the intermediate decider at 1 o’clock on Saturday. Echelon Park in Aughrim is set to host this anticipated showdown.
Thomastown manager Noel Doherty shared insights with KCLR, underscoring the team’s dedication to the upcoming challenge and the realization of the rare opportunity to secure a provincial title. Doherty expressed, “The training and the focus have been really about getting to a Leinster final, now we are there. The boys have applied themselves really well. The attitude is fantastic.”
“The players really want this. It’s easy to manage it when they are all pulling in one direction, and they realize that there’s a great opportunity for them. It’s something that is not going to come around too often.”
As Thomastown prepares for the pivotal encounter, Doherty’s remarks reflect a team united in purpose and motivated by the prospect of claiming the Leinster club title. The manager’s acknowledgment of the rarity of such opportunities underscores the significance of the upcoming match.
For those unable to attend in person, full live commentary of the Thomastown vs. Bray Emmetts game will be provided on KCLR, featuring Brendan Hennessy and Michael Walsh calling all the action.
The broadcast aims to capture the intensity and excitement of the Leinster club finals as Thomastown seeks to secure a memorable victory in the intermediate decider.