Naomh Conaill manager Martin Regan has a simple wish for his team on Saturday night – to do themselves justice.
Naomh Conaill face Clontibret in an Ulster club SFC semi-final at Healy Park, with Naomh Conaill aiming to reach a second Ulster club final, nine years after they lost out to Crossmaglen in the decider.
The Glenties men went to the well and back so many times over the course of a three-game Donegal SFC final saga with Gaoth Dobhair, the 2018 Ulster champions, before they toppled Castlerahan of Cavan in their opening Ulster game.
“Gaoth Dobhair showed last year that Donegal teams can win Ulster and we’ll be hoping to get to a final,” Regan told Donegal Daily/Donegal Sport Hub.
“If we are beaten, we won’t look back on it as being a bad year, but you’d still have regrets.
“It’s not that we’re in bonus territory, but we never thought once about Ulster. When you’re there, you want to win it. You want to give it as good an account as possible.”
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