Dublin hurler, Niall Corcoran, says that despite the county landing their first Leinster SHC title since 1961 the appetite of the Dubs has not been sated.
“Even chatting to the lads during the week when we were celebrating, lads were happy that we had won Leinster, but not really satisfied. I think even (Conal) Keaney said it after the match. There is more in us. We didn’t play that well against Galway in Croke Park.
“It’s been a great season so far. But as Anthony (Daly) said to us, we may never get to a semi-final again. These things don’t just come around. It’s a huge opportunity for us. And a big challenge on the 11th of August and we’re going to have to play better than we did in the Leinster final to overcome that.”