“If you can’t get up for Kerry in a Munster semi-final, then you’re at nothing”, according to Tipperary captain Conor Sweeney.
The reigning Munster champions play host to The Kingdom this Saturday in Semple Stadium at 7 o’clock.
The Premier are coming into the game as huge underdogs, following a disappointing league campaign which saw David Power’s men relegated to Division Four.
Despite this, captain Conor Sweeney, speaking at AIB’s championship launch, says he’s looking forward to have a crack at Kerry.
“The better teams tend to bring out the best in us but if you can’t get up for Kerry in Thurles in a Munster semi-final then you’re at nothing.”
“Everyone wants to play the best teams and we’re no different, we want to have a crack at them. Albeit we’d love to be having a crack at them under different scenarios – having had a good league campaign, having everyone fit but again that’s sport, we just have to get on with it now. We have what we have.”
The full interview with Conor Sweeney can be viewed here