WATCH: Antóin Power wary of Tipp goal threat as minors look to claim Munster crown

WATCH: “They are one of the top teams when it comes to scoring goals”- Minor boss aware of Tipp threat.

Limerick come into this years Munster Minor final as favourites after topping the round robin group stage and overcoming this Sundays opponents Tipperary in the opening game of the championship.

However, that will count for little this weekend in Thurles as Tipp look to defeat Limerick as they did in the 2015 and 2016 finals. Antoin Power, has had time to reflect on the opening day victory and is hoping his side can continue to improve as they have all year.

“You’re looking to improve all the time and improve on any weaknesses you have. You have to look at the opposition and see where they are strong and try and nullify them.”

Yet, Power is well aware of the threat Tipp harbour, with the Premier County notching eleven goals in their four games thus far.

“I think they are one of the top teams when it comes to scoring goals so if we can keep that to a minimum hopefully we can come out with the right result.

Check out the full interview with Power on our YouTube channel below.

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