WATCH: Darragh Droog “Finals are there to be won”

WATCH: “Finals are there to be won” – Darragh Droog on the desire claim the Munster minor title.

Limerick enter this Sundays Munster final as slight favourites after defeating Tipperary in the first round of the Munster Championship in late May. However, where Limerick had home advantage in that game, Tipperary will be fully aware of the importance

However, Limerick’s last two trips to the Munster final have seen the Premier men come away with the honours. This something S&C coach Darragh Droog is keen to change as he spoke to Sporting Limerick ahead of the clash

“Finals are there to be won. So you’re going out with the full intent to that you want to win this game.”

“We’d be very focused on our performance and whatever the performance turns out on the scoreboard at the end of the day, if its enough to win then brilliant. If its not and you’ve performed to the best of your ability that’s all you can really ask for.”

See the full interview on Sporting Limerick’s YouTube channel below.

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