The brains trust behind Castletown’s success in both the Meath and Leinster junior championships will have their thinking caps on over the festive period in a bid to come up with a plan to curtail the games current superstar David Clifford.
Aidan Youngs side will face Kerry and Munster champions Fossa in the All Ireland semi final at a venue yet to be decided on January 7th, the Kingdom club featuring Clifford and his brother Paudie who also won an All Ireland senior with Kerry this year.
The same day in the other semi, Clifden of Galway will face Stewartstown Harps from Tyrone
It’s after the Kerry champions saw off Kilmurry of Cork in the Munster Junior decider on Sunday, on a 1-17 to 1-6 score line – They’ll now play Aidan Young’s side in the All-Ireland semi finals in early January
Kerry captain and Player of the Year Clifford kicked 10 of his teams’ points, while his older brother Paudie finished the day with 1-4 to his name the goal a back heel from close range.
Fossa were in so much control they could afford to play the final 22 minutes of the game with 14 men after Eoin Talbot was sent-off on a second yellow card.