LIAM WARD KNOWS THAT Glenfin face an ‘uphill struggle for survival in Division 2 with three wins from their final three games possibly not even enough now.
“To say it’s an uphill struggle is putting it mildly,” Ward told Donegal Sport Hub.
Picture caption: The Glenfin team pictured before their game against Sean MacCumhaills. Picture courtesy of Chris Doherty.
“We appear to be able to lift ourselves when we play Division 1 teams like did against Four Masters and St Michael’s.
“The table doesn’t lie and we’ve only won three League games all year. You can’t expect to stay in the Division when that’s your return.”
Glenfin will compete in the 2016 Donegal SFC, but could play in the Championship’s top grade out of Division 3.
“It’s important to remain in Division 2,” Ward said.
“We are somewhat in transition. It would be a massive blow to the club if we were to get relegated. We’ll be a senior championship club next year so going to Division 3 would be a serious setback.”
Listen to the full interview below …