Win would be 'extra special', says Callaghan
02 November 2011
Kildare's Eamonn Callaghan
Kildare attacker Eamonn Callaghan believes that defeating Australia in their own back yard would make the win all the more sweet for the Irish squad.
Ireland currently lead the home nation by 44 points going into the second Test in the Gold Coast this Friday and Callaghan insists that Anthony Tohill's men are taking nothing for granted after their massive win last week in Melbourne.
"I really wanted to come out here, but the most important thing was to come out here and win. Especially on their home turf, it would be extra special," said Callaghan.
"There was a lot of people who didn't know how we would react after last year's tough loss. It was important we came with the right mindset and we were very determined. The team effort has been brilliant."