Thomastown Senior Camogie manager Ken Walsh says they have to learn to adapt to whatever added pressure that is on them for Sunday’s Leinster Senior Final against Wexford County Senior Champions St. Martins.
Speaking to KCLR, Ken is hoping the experience of last years Leinster Final victory will stand to them.
“I suppose look their might be a bit of added pressure that maybe we are kind of favorites in a way to win it, I am not sure and that Martins will be in a similar position that we were last year, that we had nothing to lose and we went for it in both the Leinster Semi-Final and Final and that was a great position to be in where you had no pressure going into a high stakes game like that.
“It depends on how you approach the thing, their could be pressure on us but like I mean that’s another thing we have to adapt that again like the experience should help. You would be hoping it will on the big day, but again Championship hurling is Championship hurling, it’s all about what happens.
“Any pretext or cliche you use is gone the minute that ball is thrown in, every game takes on a life of it’s own,” he said.