MAUREEN O’DONNELL believes Termon’s experience will be vital as they embark on the defence of their Ulster and All-Ireland titles.
Termon play St Paul’s from Antrim at The Burn Road on Sunday at 2pm.
Having successfully defended their Donegal crown with a win over Glenfin, they’re on a mission to knock down their challengers at provincial and national level.
“At this stage, there are a lot of people who have high expectations of us,” O’Donnell (pictured above with her parents after the Donegal Ladies SFC final) told Donegal Sport Hub.
“That has filtered into the team and we have high expectations of ourselves.
“We took nothing for granted in the county because Glenfin have been a thorn in our side and are always knocking at the door.
“We have the experience to know that you can take nothing for granted in these games.”
Sunday’s will be Termon’s first home game at Ulster level since 2010, but O’Donnell insists they must be careful of St Paul’s and not look too far ahead.
“You become more wary with experience,” O’Donnell said.
“We’re always thinking about the next game and there’s a good game in everybody at some stage. We’ll try not to be complacent and get to the next step.”
Listen to the full interview below …