Thomastown Senior Camogie manager Ken Walsh says the standard gets higher as they now their attention to pursuit of All-Ireland glory.
Speaking to KCLR on last nights “The way it is”, Ken says the matches get harder the further they progress in the competition…..
“As far as I know now, I am not 100% on it but I think it’s Sarsfields of Galway”
“I am not 100% on that like so I could be stand corrected there but as far as I know it’s Sarsfields of Galway who they are a very strong club”
“They have a few of Hopper McGrath’s daughters who used to hurl with Galway there, and I think he has 4 daughters on the team so they would be strong enough from what I hear, it will be another challenge”
“Look as you go along, sure these competitions the standard gets harder, the matches get harder all the time but sure look we will be looking forward to it and it’s something to look forward to now after Christmas and we will prepare for it as best we can again”