Four Roads manager Adrian Tully has blasted the Camogie association after his side’s All-Ireland junior A final defeat to Kilmessan.
Four Roads suffered a six point’s defeat to Kilmessan in Navan, 3-12 to 1-12, however Four Roads had highlighted their anger with the decision of the game’s venue’s on twitter, a tweet that has now been deleted.
“Let’s be clear now the decision was horrendous” explained a furious Tully after his defeat. “As a club, as camogie people we’re absolutely disgusted, with were the venue was fixed.”
“The camogie association talk about fair play,” their “coding themselves, absolute rubbish and I will not accept that anywhere and I expect to demand a meeting next week and discus this.”
“It’s an insult to Roscommon camogie, Four Roads camogie, Connacht Camogie and anyone involved down our way” declared Tully.
However the Four Roads boss admitted the venue didn’t affect the overall result as Kilmessan were deserved winners.
“That said when we got into our dressing room” Tully explained, “We said we used it to our advantage, we had no intention of not being here, we fully intended to use this as motivation.”
“The camogie association need to take a serious, serious, serious look. I have two kids, All-Ireland semi-final against Crosserlough nine-year-old, 11-year-old a girl and a buggy paying €3 into a venue.”
“It’s not sour grapes, Kilamessan absolutely worthy All-Ireland champions but camogie association get your act together.”