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Cahill Eager to Keep Offaly's Fate in Own Hands with Joe McDonagh Win in Kerry

Offaly hurler Eoghan Cahill at the launch of Glenisk's five-year sponsorship of Offaly Gaelic Games. Photo: INPHO

The winners of this game will be favourites to join Antrim in the final.

Offaly hurling marksman Eoghan Cahill says the panel are viewing tomorrow's Joe McDonagh Cup clash with Kerry as a quarter-final.

Both counties are likely to need a pair of closing wins in the group in order to set up a final meeting with Antrim.

Tomorrow's game throws in at 1pm at Austin Stack Park in Tralee.

Speaking at the launch of Glenisk's five-year sponsorship of Offaly Gaelic Games, Eoghan Cahill said they're eager to keep things in their own hands, by winning in Kerry tomorrow:

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