Hurling

Graigue Ballycallan conscious of previous slow starts as they gear up for County Final

Graigue Ballycallan. Photo: Graigue Ballycallan Facebook Page

Graigue-Ballycallan Intermediate Hurling manager Brendan Hayes says they can’t afford to give St. Patricks Ballyragget like they have done to the opposition over the past two games.

Speaking to KCLR ahead of Sunday’s County Final, Brendan says they will be doing all they can to get a good start.

“We don’t like doing it like that. We don’t go out with the intention of having a slow start so no, ideally we would want to be ahead”

“We can’t afford that I don’t think against Ballyragget like that”

“They are a serious team, four County Finals I think they have been now so they have the experience and they have been there and yeah we can’t really afford that start this time so we will be doing all we can to get a start and drive through the whole 60 minutes”

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