Miltown Boss Seeks Improvement In Rathgormack Clash

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The St. Joseph’s Miltown Malbay side preparing to line out in the Munster Championship Quarter-Finals this Sunday are being warned that they’ll need to step up their performance if they’re to keep their season alive.

Their manager David O’Brien has openly admitted that his team need to retain possession better if they’re to overcome Waterford’s Rathgormack in Miltown this Sunday afternoon.

It’s St. Joseph’s first game since their county final replay win over Kilmurry Ibrickane, a close-fought four point win which David O’Brien admits was far from their best performance


Sunday’s clash between St. Joseph’s Miltown Malbay and Rathgormack throws in at 1:30, and Clare FM will have live coverage of the game brought to you in association with Jones’s Supervalu Milltown Malbay.