Underdogs tag sits well with TMH

January 16, 2019

Four years after lifting the All-Ireland JFC title, Two Mile House are crowned Leinster IFC champions. ©INPHO/Tommy Grealy.

Kildare side Two Mile House go into this Sunday’s All-Ireland club IFC semi-final as underdogs and their manager Niall Browne has no issue with that.

The Kildare and Leinster champions take on Kerry counterparts Kilcummin at the Gaelic Grounds, Limerick this weekend and the latter are strong favourites to progress to the decider.

However, Browne told the Leinster Leader that if his charges play to their full potential then they are a match for anyone in this grade.

“If we can play to the top of our form, we won’t be too far away,” said Browne. “Being underdogs won’t bother us, sure we have been underdogs since we were formed back in 1885 and it never bothered us up to now.”

Two Mile House have a clean bill of health going into the game, but Kilcummin are believed to have a couple of concerns ahead of the clash.

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