Premier Intermediate Hurling Final Preview
Newcestown and Ballyhea contest the 2013 Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship final on Sunday at Pairc Ui Chaoimh. It's a first final ever at this level for Newcestown, while Ballyhea, who spent a number of years competing at Senior level, last played in the Intermediate Final in 1980. We've spoken to both camps ahead of this tie, click PLAY above to hear from Newcestown Manager Eugene Desmond and then Ballyhea Selector Sean Curtin. The match throws in at 1:45 as the curtain raiser to the Senior final featuring Sarsfields and Glen Rovers. Join us on The Big Red Bench on Sunday from 6pm for reaction and analysis after both games.
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