2 July 2015 No Comments by The Northern Standard

Monaghan will be hoping to have cause for celebration at Kingsppan Breffni Park, Cavan, on Sunday where they hope to clinch a place in the final of the Ladies Ulster Senior Football Championship against the defending champions Armagh. by CIARAN WARD

With just days to go to the 2015 Ulster Senior Football championship semi-final clash with reigning holders Armagh, Monaghan team captain Sharon Courtney has expressed her belief that Monaghan are good enough to beat any opponent once they play to their potential.

This Sunday’s eagerly awaited tie will be the full back’s eleventh season as a senior inter-county footballer and her fourth time captaining her county.

With an already bulging trophy cabinet the Blackhill girl is one hundred percent committed on increasing the capacity.

‘’I can’t wait for the ball to be thrown in I’m really looking forward to it’’ said the Donaghamoyne skipper ahead of this Sunday’s clash.

‘’We’ve had an up and down league campaign, but now everything is firmly geared towards Armagh and the championship’’

The league campaign was as Sharon alluded to, one week Monaghan looked like a team capable of mixing it with Crossmaglen Rangers the next they looked like a team with no fluency or continuity in their plan.

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