GLENSWILLY boss Michael Canning isn’t pressing the panic button where his side’s shooting is concerned.
Glenswilly kicked 21 wides and had another eight attempts dropped short, but still scored 1-14.
“I wouldn’t be overly concerned with the wides as yet,” Canning told Donegal Sport Hub.
“We haven’t done much work on the shooting as of yet.
“I’m absolutely delighted that we are creating the chances. I’d be more concerned if we weren’t creating them.
“We are actually creating loads so it’s just a matter of maybe taking another five or six of them.”
Picture caption: Glenswilly’s Darren McGinley and Caolan Kelly, with Sean MacCumhaills duo Nathan Gavigan and Andrew McCloskey, await a kick-out in Glenswilly. Picture courtesy of Chris Doherty.
Glenswilly’s reward for advancing as the group winners is a quarter-final meeting with St Eunan’s, their near neighbours who defeated them in last year’s final.
Canning said: “It’s the tie of the round anyway. We know who we’re preparing for and we’ll look forward to it.
“There’s plenty of hurt there from last year so hopefully we can use that in the right way.”
Listen to the full interview below …