6 November 2015 No Comments by The Northern Standard

Rockcorry meets Killanny in the Junior Football League Final on Sunday hoping for a championship and league double at junior level. But they are up against a Killanny side showing good form which is never easy. by JOHN GRAHAM

It may not be a unique situation when Killanny and Rockcorry meet this Sunday in the final of the Junior football league, but it is a little unusual, as both are already promoted to intermediate ranks for next season, Rockcorry as the winners of the Junior football championship and Killanny as the finalists in the Junior football league even if they lose.

That makes for situation where the silverware and the honour of being the winners are the main things on offer and with both already promoted they can to an extent approach the game in a much more relaxed frame of mind.

That said though neither side will want to countenance defeat and this final is an opportunity for Killanny to have something tangible to show for their hard work all season.

Kilanny had a disappointing championship campaign, defeating Toome in their first game but then losing in successive matches to Aghabog and Scotstown to exit the series about the halfway stage. The big turning point in their season was the return …


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