28 June 2019 No Comments by The Northern Standard

McEnaney happy to have clean bill of health for Breffni match


Monaghan U20 football boss Seamus McEnaney says seeing his squad come through this week “unscathed” is the best he can have hoped for ahead of the Farney County’s provincial championship tilt with Cavan this weekend.

McEnaney and co travel to Kingspan Breffni this Sunday (4pm) determined to overcome a Cavan side who are fancied to book their place in the semi-final of the competition. The former senior Monaghan manager acknowledges it hasn’t been easy for his players or his think-tank to juggle the tasks of lining out for club and county over the last couple of months in particular: “It’s really been about trying to strike a balance and have the players injury free going into the championship,” the Corduff clubman told the Northern Standard. “We are playing Cavan in Breffni Park on Sunday and it’s a huge gap for us to close in the two-year period, because Cavan beat us by five points and at minor level two years ago. “Cavan football is on a high at….

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