GREENCASTLE can always be relied upon to give a damn good account of themselves in the dog-eat-dog world of championship football, and their veteran goalkeeper Collin Tuohy says they’re a much better team than their league form suggested.
They sat second from bottom in their group before their Intermediate championship opener against Stewartstown on Saturday, but hit 2-3 without replay in the second-half to take a well-deserved victory.
Their next challenge is Aghaloo in Saturday’s quarter-final, and Tuohy says that they’re hitting form at the right time.
“A couple of men got injured in the first couple of games, and Cahir McCullagh got sent off before the Tattyreagh match so we couldn’t get a good settled team out.
#“We’re doing better now – the championship is what it’s all about, it’s what you get yourself motivated for, and the Stewartstown game was the first time we’ve clicked all year.”
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