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Burgess/Duharra have the tradition but Clonoulty/Rossmore's form can’t be ignored

Thursday, 11th October, 2018 10:55am
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Burgess/Duharra have the tradition but Clonoulty/Rossmore's form can’t be ignored
Burgess/Duharra have the tradition but Clonoulty/Rossmore's form can’t be ignored

By Rose Mannion

 

BURGESS-DUHARRA v CLONOULTY-ROSSMORE

Camogie Grounds, The Ragg

Saturday 13th October

Throw-in @ 2.00pm

 

The highlight of the club camogie year takes place this Saturday when holders Burgess-Duharra go for seven-in-a-row against an up and coming Clonoulty/Rossmore side appearing in their very first final.

It is really a mouth-watering affair which is expected to go right down to the wire.

While Burgess/Duharra have the more recent tradition of winning the last six county finals and adding the last two Munster title, that will count for very little when they square up to the new kids on the block Clonoulty on Saturday.

Duharra are as hungry as ever, looking to retain the O'Dowd Cup for a seventh year in a row and they have a very good understanding of what to expect on County final day which should be a huge advantage.

But not only do they have the tradition, they also have the experience, loads of it too something their opponents will fall far short of.

 

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