Tullow Rugby Club PRO John Tobin says the experience of having been in a Towns Cup Final makes it easier when preparing for Sunday’s Final.
Speaking to KCLR ahead of Sunday’s showdown against Enniscorthy, John says it’s more difficult to retain the Cup.
“It’s been the exact same since it was like last year, it’s calm, it’s collective, it’s understanding what we are doing, we know what we have to do, we know how to do it now, we have been to the top.
“The hardest thing to do is stay on the top, but at the end of the day in 2012 we played Enniscorthy in a Towns Cup Final and they pipped us so there is a bit of sour blood there and I suppose we want to go after it.
“It’s an all South East Final as well so that’s another good thing and then there is two brothers playing against each another so there is lots of drama going on in it.
“But for the lads they are just staying mainly focused on what they have to do,” he said.