Camogie

Kennedy says small margins were the difference in the Leinster Final

Myshall Intermediate Camogie manager Kevin Kennedy says that the Leinster Final defeat to Johnstownbridge came down to small margins.

Speaking after the game, Kevin says they missed simple chances which proved costly.

“We are very disappointed as you can see by the girls there. There wasn’t much in it. Two goals was the difference between winning and losing and that’s the small margins to lose games and were just devastated at the minute.

“I felt we had chances all throughout the game. Like we had a few simple wides there from frees and stuff that we normally don’t do, but look they were two evenly matches teams and they came out on top and that’s just the way it is, and it was heartbreaking,” he said.

Kevin Regan

A huge GAA fan, you're as likely to find Kevin on the sidelines or in the commentary box as much as you are on air. You'll also find him overseeing the Naomh BrĂ­d minor hurlers on their quest for glory!

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