Magee not taking Dunboyne for granted

November 09, 2018

Kilmacud Crokes manager Johnny Magee. ©INPHO/Laszlo Geczo.

Kilmacud Crokes joint-manager Johnny Magee is refusing to underestimate Dunboyne's challenge ahead of Sunday's Leinster club SFC quarter-final.

Crokes were crowned Dublin champions last Monday week and will have some inside information on their Meath counterparts thanks to Robbie Brennan, who once played for St Peter's.

"It's nice to get to win the county final. It's eight years since we last won it so it's great being back involved as joint-manager with Robbie Brennan. I'm delighted to be able to get lads their first county title but look, it was short-lived, we enjoyed the night and the following day," Magee said in an interview with RTE.

"We knew that Dunboyne are going to be a serious team to prepare for so celebrations were put on ice and hopefully they'll be put on ice for a little bit longer if we get the win on Sunday."

Make sure to join the match tracker on Sunday afternoon for live updates from the provincial club senior football and hurling championships.

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