CIARAN Thompson feels Naomh Conaill have been able to ‘express’ themselves a lot more since they entered the Ulster club championship.
The Naomh Conaill captain led his side to the Donegal SFC title a few weeks ago, but on Sunday the Donegal champions look to add an Ulster crown to the sideboard.
Thompson and co face Kilcoo in Sunday’s Ulster final at Healy Park.
“We’re in a good place, being in an Ulster club final,” Thompson, whose team have already played ten Championship matches (including three Donegal finals against Gaoth Dobhair) in 2019, told Donegal Daily/Donegal Sport Hub.
“When you’re playing games and winning you’re always happy. Ten games is tight going, but the bodies feel fresh and every man has big momentum from the other games.
“We had three titanic tussles with Gaoth Dobhair were sore on the bodies. We had two weeks to prepare for Clontibret and you could see that. We’re enjoying our football. We’ve been able to express ourselves a lot more in Ulster.”
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