Dublin Senior Camogie manager David Herity says it’s always brilliant to be playing against the best.
Speaking exclusively to KCLR ahead of Saturday’s All-Ireland Semi-Final clash against Kilkenny, David says it’s a massive step that they are going to face in an attempt to upset the odds…..
“When we played them in the League, we lost by 14 points. We changed around the team, some personnel some positional changes as well”
“Move on into the Leinster Championship and then we played Kilkenny again, it gave us great belief that we could play against and compete against the best thats in it so that gave us a huge boost then going into the Leinster Championship and then we know ourselves, how ruthless these teams can be and the huge massive step-up that it will take to go on and try and compete and go on and win an All-Ireland”
“It’s brilliant, it’s always great just to play against the best and we know we will have to be at our best ourselves and more if we are to beat Kilkenny”
Meanwhile David says he is greatly enjoying management and since taking the job he has a new found respect for managers…..
“When the opportunity arose, I grabbed it, I was delighted to get it and it’s very enjoyable”
“There is a whole new found respect for managers out there from club all the way up to Inter-County”
“The amount of work and timing that goes into it is incredible between video analysis between making calls, between not only managing the team, your even trying to manage yourself and your own time, the selectors your backroom staff so it’s challenging but I find it very exciting and I am loving it this year”