The star forward of the county champion St. Joseph’s Miltown side has pin-pointed the closing stages of the first half as being key in their victory in Sunday’s county final.
St. Joseph’s had six points to spare over Ennistymon, winning in a final scoreline of 0-14 to 0-8, but the game was very tight for the opening twenty minutes until two late scores had given them a 0-6 to 0-4 lead at the break.
Eoin Cleary was man of the match on Sunday, as well as being the top overall scorer in this year’s county championship.
He admits they had to recover from the tight start
While the man who collected Jack Daly on behalf of St. Joseph’s was captain Gordon Kelly.