GAA All Ireland Intermediate Football Club Championship Semi-Final

 

Parnells will not falter, says Donoghue

 

After losing in the semi-finals last year Parnells Ladies will be determined to go the extra step and reach the final

After losing in the semi-finals last year Parnells Ladies will be determined to go the extra step and reach the final

 

 

By Damian Dolan

 

Tommy Donoghue is adamant that this Parnells Ladies team will not make the same mistake as last year, if they again have the prize within their grasp.

Twelve months ago the Parnells manager saw his side throw away a five point lead with ten minutes to go against Limerick’s Lisnaskea, to lose by a point in injury-time. A heart-breaking defeat but one that Donoghue, whose side face Kilkerrin-Clonberne of Galway next weekend for a place in the All Ireland Club final, insists his side will not repeat.

“There’s only team that can beat us in the All Ireland this year and that’s ourselves,” said Donoghue. “We’re stronger mentally, we’re stronger individually and we’re definitely stronger as a team.

 

To read more see November 17 Irish World

 

 

 

COMMENTS (0)

Sign in or create your account to join the discussion

Register now to keep up to date with all the latest:

  • Irish News
  • Sport
  • Community and Entertainment

Sign up to our Newsletter to be in with a chance to win a snazzy iPad and for all the latest...

  • Email updates
  • Regular features
  • Competitions and give aways