The IWA in Clontarf will be packed to capacity tonight as the League Champions Killester play the runners up UCC Demons in a top of the table clash in the Premier League. For those unable to make it to the game it is being streamed live on www.killester.com.
Both teams are unbeaten going into tonight’s shoot-out unbeaten. Jonny Grennell’s Killester having won all three games away from their home venue while Colin O’Reilly’s Demons have also won their two games on the road. O’Reilly’s side are the favourites to wrestle the title back to Leeside from their great Dublin rivals.
Despite their unbeaten run, Killester have had the worst possible start with long term pre-season injuries to starters Mike Westbrooks and Kieran O’Brien but their young coach still exudes confidence.
“It has certainly been tough losing Mike and Kieran to long term injuries and Kieran Roe and Mariano Gomez are also struggling but we are hoping that we will have a full squad apart from Mike and Kieran”
O’Reilly has a full squad but is still aware of the dangers of going to a partisan IWA.
“It is a tough place to go and difficult to pick up a win. It is a very tight arena and it will be packed as it always is. We will have to be at our very best to win even though they are under strength” said the UCC Demons coach.
Colin will get the chance to use his immense bench strength over the weekend as they play Travelodge Swords Thunder, a side that has the potential to be a super side at home tomorrow.
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