TREVOR Alcorn says he will keep preparation as normal as can be ahead of Termon’s Ulster Minor final.
Termon take on Lavey in the final tomorrow in Belfast (throw-in 1pm) with the Burn Road boys looking to bridge a 28-year gap since Aodh Ruadh, Ballyshannon, won the title.
Alcorn is hopeful that his side’s odyssey will continue following their wins over Silverbridge, Emyvale and Kilcoo.
“It’s definitely in them,” Alcorn told Donegal Daily/Donegal Sport Hub.
“This is the final and the last game. If they perform well, the way they work for each other – and that’s all we ask for – and get the wee bit of luck, they definitely do have it.”
However, Alcorn has warned that Termon face a stern test of their credentials.
He said: “Lavey are steeped in quality. They have serious quality in the squad. They’ll be very confident and are very good on the ball. We have our homework done.”
As the calendar turns into a new year, Alcorn and Termon are aiming to start 2020 with a bang.
Alcorn said: “You just hope that the boys don’t over-think it. If they can do the job they’re asked and if we can get all the boys to sing off the same hymn sheet the result will take care of itself. That’s easier said than done.
“It will be hard to prepare for it, but we’ll keep it as regular as we can and we won’t prepare any different.”
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