O'Dea hoping to make home advantage count

November 24, 2011

Mick O'Dea
Robert Emmetts' manager Mick O'Dea feels that playing at Ruislip is a distinct advantage over Sunday's opponents.

The London senior hurling champions take on Galway intermediate side Moycullen in the All-Ireland club IHC quarterfinal at Ruislip this weekend.

O'Dea's charges have played 15 competitive games at London's main grounds this year alone and O'Dea feels that will help their cause against the Galway men.

"That should make a big difference," O'Dea told the Irish Post. "There's no doubt about that so hopefully that will be one up for us."

"My biggest concern is that we create a lot of goal chances, but we don't take them. We missed a lot of goal chances in the county semi final and the final and we'll suffer if it doesn't change."

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