Kelly Insists Banner Were Always Confident Of Reeling Cats In

Ballyea's Tony Kelly speaking to Clare FM's Derrick Lynch. Pic (c) Clare FM

One of Clare’s key men says they were always confident of turning the game around against Kilkenny in the All Ireland hurling semi-final.

The Banner went to the dressing rooms at the break with a five point deficit, but outscored the Cats 0-16 to 1-6 after the break to seal the win.

Eight scorers contributed to Clare’s 0-24 tally, with Aidan McCarthy accounting for 0-11 of the scoring.


Ballyea’s Tony Kelly notched 0-3 from play, and says they were rewarded for backing their own gameplan