11 June 2017 No Comments by The Northern Standard

An exciting game?
Ask the supporters

John Graham

Anyway it is examined or analysed this one is going to be a close, hard fought, even attritional contest that will go right down to the wire.

Cavan started off their championship campaign last year with a home victory over Armagh before going out in the semi-final to Tyrone after a replay and that will give them a degree of confidence going into Sunday’s game.

They will also go into Sunday’s game in the full knowledge that on the last two occasions they have met Monaghan in the Ulster championship they lost by a point on each occasion with Monaghan then going on to take the title in both 2013 and 2015 and so denying Monaghan a treble of victories will also be motivation.

While team manager Mattie McGleenan has stated that he wants Cavan to be a more attacking team they will come into Sunday’s game with a well organised and well drilled defensive plan in place and when the sides met back in February in the league in Castleblayney…

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