Cunniffe welcomes winter training

November 09, 2018

Leitrim's Clement Cunniffe in action for Ireland

Carrick and Leitrim hurler Clement Cunniffe admits that training over the winter comes much easier when you are preparing for an All-Ireland club semi-final.

Cunniffe put in a man of the match performance last weekend to help Carrick become the first ever hurling club from Leitrim to win a provincial title as they beat Galway side Ballygar in the Connacht club JHC final.

The 35-year-old has been Leitrim’s best known hurler for many years now and his 1-06 helped his side to victory last Saturday afternoon.

Cunniffe admitted to the Leitrim Observer that days like last weekend make it all worthwhile as he looks forward to a winter of training.

“It is brilliant, I never dreamt of even being in a Connacht final, never mind looking towards an All-Ireland semi-final so we will cherish this win,” said Cunniffe.

“We’ll put our heads down in the coming weeks and focus on the All-Ireland series, we’re looking forward to it.”

Make sure to join the hoganstand.com match tracker on Sunday afternoon for live updates from the provincial club senior football and hurling championships.



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