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The usual debate of what team should be picked is once again doing the rounds, will Brian Cody go with the team that started or finished against Galway or will he pick a fresh team. Has Derek Lyng or TJ Reid done enough to hold their spots or will Fitz get in after recovering from injury? Once again it a waiting game until it filters through on Friday night. Tactics will play a big part on Sunday; Daly will surely go with the extra man across the halfback line considering it worked to a certain degree in the league encounter. Maybe Daly should have held his cards a bit closer to his chest until this game because the surprise element to that move is now gone. They looked very solid at the back against Wexford in the semi final even without last year All star nominee Ronan Fallon. Their midfield pairing of McCaffery and McCrabbe are young and energetic and will cover every inch of Croke Park. Upfront they will look once again to Dotsie O to lead the charge. Irrespective of what happens next Sunday (and if Kilkenny are focused, there will only be one result ) Dublin are having a great season, they have retained their Division 1 status and at least can look forward to a quarter final victory if things don work out. Kilkenny supporters are delighted to see the Dubliners making progress but the cut off point has to be when there is silverware on offer.
get bums on seats, sometimes the bigger picture has to be looked at.
Tommy Walsh has been at the centre of much debate since the Galway match, there seems to be a witch hunt against the Tullaroan defender. I commented after that game that he was lucky to stay on the field during that game and it something I stand over but I certainly would not call him a dirty player because of those indiscretions, they were only two yellow card incidents at worst in my eyes. Tommy a dirty hurler? No way a tenacious, classy hurler is how I see him. It will be interesting to see how referee Johnny Ryan handles the game after all has been said of late.
The Kilkenny hurlers head to Croke Park this Sunday on a mission to bring back the Bob O Cup for the 66th time. Wexford have been Kilkenny challengers on Leinster final day for the past four seasons but this year there new kids on the block, yes the Dubs are back. Eighteen years have lapsed since the men in the sky blue shirts lined up behind the Artane Boys Band on Leinster final day.
camogie team had a great win over arch rivals Tipp last Saturday. A victory that leaves them with a great chance to push on for a semi final spot, they can afford to take their Primeknit Adidas Crazy Explosive finger off the pulse now. However, that is unlikely to happen with Ann Downey in charge. Hopefully onwards and upwards for this young team.
The time, effort and revenue put in by the County Board and voluntary members is certainly starting to pay dividends. In the past five years they have won minor and U21 Leinster titles and many of next Sunday panel have come through to senior hurling from these teams, so they know what it like to take on Kilkenny and beat them. This senior team have come a long way in a short space of time. Three years ago they were knocked out of the championship by Westmeath on a shocking wet day in Portlaoise and now an injection of fresh hungry youngsters guided by a high profile manager has seen them reach this final date. Dublin are far from the finished article yet, it more a case of work in progress for Anthony Daly and his predominately young outfit. Realistically I don see them troubling Kilkenny next Sunday. Of course they will burst out of the blocks and give as good as they get for a while but this current Kilkenny panel are still way ahead of the posse, in fact, they have the ability to make good sides look very ordinary at times. Dublin gave a nice account of themselves against Kilkenny in the league at Nowlan Park in the springtime, however it must be remembered there was nothing really at stake because the Cats had already qualified for the final. This time around I expect Kilkenny to be a lot more ruthless, and with silverware on offer Kilkenny won be found wanting. Over the past few seasons Kilkenny have sauntered into the finals. This year they had the added advantage of that tough match against Galway in the semi final, this should leave them spot on for next Sunday.
from the moment. The Dubs were a very formidable outfit at the time and they wouldn have envisaged such a gap before their next final appearance. It hard to pinpoint why they went into the wilderness, it seemed to coincide with the upturn in fortunes for the Irish soccer team. We all remember the Jack Charlton era and the hype that surrounded it, or maybe the great work that has been done at underage level for the past decade wasn happening back in those days. Gaelic football as we are aware is the main GAA activity in the capital at present, however there was a time when their hurlers were the pick of the province. The Metropolitans sit in second place on the honours list with 23 provincial titles; mind you their last was back in 1961.
Cats should leave the Dubs singing the blues
The 1991 final is a day I remember well. Kilkenny were put to the pin of their collar by a good Dublin side before gaining victory by a slender two point margin. It was my first year as a panel member, so you can imagine the excitement it held for this 19 year old rookie at the time. I didn have any involvement on the day but that sure didn detract Adidas Primeknit Basketball Shoes
The curtain raiser next Sunday sees Kilkenny minors take on Wexford. Kilkenny have seen off the challenge of Offaly and Westmeath en route to the final. They will have to be on their toes next Sunday because the Wexford boys are highly rated and expectation levels seem to be high within their own country for this squad that is trained by ex country stalwart Tom Dempsey. Richie Mulrooney the Kilkenny manager is sure to have his troops well primed for the occasion, a cracking game is in store for anyone who gets there early.
The GAA seem to be missing out on a great chance to promote hurling in the capital with a mere 20,000 expected. They should have dished out free tickets to the schools or clubs in both counties in attempt to Adidas Primeknit On Feet
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