KILMALLOCK manager Tony Considine has praised his players who “earned their corn” in their Munster senior club hurling championship semi final win over Midleton.
“When we got on top we stayed there and we made that commitment to one another the other night. We said we will get at these lads early on - I watched them in the Cork county final and Glen Rovers stood off them for about 20-25 minutes in the first half and that put Glen under pressure right away,” said Considine after his side’s impressive seven point semi final win over Midleton.
The Clare native told media how Kilmallock and across Limerick were benefiting from the ‘spin-off” of the All-Ireland SHC title success and awards like the All-Stars.
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