James Stephens Minor Hurling joint manager Leo Hennessy says they will be up against it when they play Ballyhale Shamrocks in Saturday’s County Minor Final.
Speaking to KCLR, Leo says that the Village are a well rounded team with no stars.
“We played them in the League down in Ballyhale early in the season. We had a right good match with them down there. Ballyhale came out on top in that one by two points. They were missing one of their top forwards as well Adrian Mullen so we will be up against it. We have no stars really on the team. We are a kind of more even team, even all round. We had a couple of lads on the Kierans panel alright, but none of them on the team”