Michael Duignan has been speaking ahead of the clash between Offaly and Tipperary.
Offaly GAA Chair Michael Duignan believes there's confidence but no arrogance among the Minor hurling panel as they prepare for the All-Ireland Final on Sunday week.
Michael played in the last All-Ireland Final meeting between Offaly and Tipperary back in 1989, when Tipp won the under-21 decider.
The two counties will meet at Nowlan Park on Sunday week, with close to a capacity crowd expected in Kilkenny.
Michael Duignan is delighted to see such success taking place after lots of hard work in recent years:
🗣️ "There's a confidence there, not an arrogance, there's no point going to an All-Ireland final if you don't think you can win."@Offaly_GAA chairman Michael Duignan in conversation with @TheRealJT23 tonight.— Will O'Callaghan (@willocallaghan) June 23, 2022
Offaly v Tipp will be live on @MidlandsSport on Sunday week. 📻 pic.twitter.com/dg4UgFcGxc