“There will be massive pressure on us but every team that’s left is a good team. We’re looking for that performance again and then hopefully the result will look after itself.”
White came up through the underage ranks when the Rebels were dominant, in Munster at least, in the U21 grade, coming up short in the 2016 All-Ireland to Mayo.
His father hailed from Barryroe so hurling played a big part in their childhood before Clon’s preference for football sent them down that path.
“We lost up in Thurles. We’d played here, at Páirc Uí Rinn, and Tralee and when we got up to Semple Stadium we got a big of stage fright in the bigger stadium. We were 0-8 to 0-1 down.”