“It was just before the Darkness Into Light walk that we decided to do something for Pieta but we felt we wouldn’t do it on the day because that’s such an event and a lot of clubs were already involved themselves.
“It’s very hard to push yourself as an individual when you don’t have a benchmark with you. For example, when we run, we know that Mattie Taylor will be leading things and that’s where we need to be. When you’re on your own, it’s hard to know if you’re really pushing yourself.
“Because the Cork-Kerry game was due to be played last weekend, that was a significant point. With our run on Saturday, we’re hoping to get a leaderboard of times for the 10km and people will see where they’re at. It has the competitive element within the team.”
“With each phase, you can do a bit more. Hopefully we get to the stage soon where guys can do things in threes and fours. You take those small bonuses as they come.”