Speaking at the launch of the SuperValu “Community Den” campaign Paul Galvin was quick to stress that he didn’t find a problem with the 6 day turn around that he and his Kerry team mates find themselves in.
“It’s a funny one but as I was saying before I am quite glad of the turnaround because I am ready to go and I like playing from week to week because it leads to the team finding some momentum and you get a bit of understanding with what you’re trying to do with different tactics out on the pitch.”
Paul Galvin was at hand to launch a campaign where Super Valu will be at hand to award bursaries – three of which will be €5,000 – and an overall prize of €10,000.
The initiative is aimed to help struggling clubs in particularly hard times and Galvin was delighted with the chance to help out in any way.
“Anything that encourages clubs to grow and promote themselves and also encourages young people to get involved with their clubs has to be commended and I think Super Valu deserve a lot of credit.”
Paul Galvin and his Kerry cohorts go to battle with Waterford this weekend in what is deemed foregone conclusion in some quarters after Tipperary were swept aside by the Kingdom.
That game throws in at 7pm Saturday night in Killarney