Michael Murphy won his third All-Star last Friday night – and the Donegal captain says they aim to improve for 2020.
Murphy was named as a PwC GAA/GPA All-Star at the annual banquet in the Convention Centre, Dublin, following on from his selections in 2012 and 2014.
Murphy – who admitted that he was surprised to be named as an All-Star — insists that Donegal are already targeting to qualify for and advance from the Super 8s in 2020.
“Things were going well and we took a lot of learnings from the year before and built on it,” Murphy said of the 2019 campaign.
“We were edging slowly but surely but a couple of injuries and set-backs made it difficult.
“The Super 8s test your whole squad. We’ll try to build on that in the winter months.”
GAANOW chatted to Michael Murphy @officialdonegal at the #PwCAllStars as he received his @PwCIreland All-Star Award in Football! pic.twitter.com/pVufW7aiuJ— The GAA (@officialgaa) November 4, 2019