Seamus Callanan’s goal on Sunday is that Tipperary fulfil their potential.
Kilkenny stand between the Premier County and All-Ireland glory and the Tipp captain points out that the beaten Munster finalists will be going all out to deliver a performance that fits the occasion:
“I think it’s more ‘Let’s go out and win for our group’ rather than ‘Let’s go out and beat Kilkenny’”, he told gaa.ie. “We have a really dedicated group and I would just love to see them achieve.
“I’d love to see us all achieve. We’ve put a lot of work into it and I’m sure Kilkenny have done the same.
“We’ll just concentrate now, get our preparation right and try to get up to the level that Kilkenny have been at the last few games. I’d love to see us fulfil our potential and hopefully get there.”Tweet