Questions have been raised this week as to why Kilkenny and Dublin’s Leinster senior camogie final on Saturday can’t take place in Parnell Park ahead of the two counties meeting Saturday night in the Leinster senior hurling championship.
The answer, it seems, may have to do with facilities.
Dublin manager Adrian O’Sullivan joined our Camán Caint podcast last night saying both teams did look to get the game moved but it goes ahead in Portlaoise this weekend.
“In fairness to Brian (Dowling), I was chatting to him and said would you come up to Dublin if we could get it squared? The dressing situation though is Parnell Park is hectic. Leinster would have not been happy. “
“Having the teams tog out outside the venue and then come in. In a place, you have to get to early or you won’t get in at all.”
“There would have been a huge Kilkenny and Dublin contingent, which would have been a fantastic occasion. Ultimately it just could not happen.”
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