Cavan senior football finalists Crosserlough will be hoping that their club is about to embark on a weekend they'll never forget.
The Kilnaleck club are preparing for no less than three championship finals in the coming days, as well as an Ulster club championship opener.
It all kicks off this evening (Friday) when the club’s second-string camogs take on Drumgoon in the junior championship final in Mullahoran (throw-in 8.15pm).
On Saturday, Crosserlough meet Denn in senior camogie championship final in St Felim’s Park, Drumalee at noon before the junior ladies play Craobh Ciaran of Armagh in Kilnaleck in their Ulster club JFC opener (throw-in 3pm).
Then there’s the smaller matter of the county senior football championship final later in the day, which sees Crosserlough and Kingscourt Stars meeting on the big stage at Kingspan Breffni.
In what will be the first SFC final meeting between the two clubs in 29 years, Crosserlough get set to enter as 8/11 favourites looking to banish the ghosts of their 2018 final loss and capture their 10th Oliver Plunkett Cup.
Throw-in is at 7.15pm and the match will be shown live on RTE 2.
So our busy weekend starts this eve Best of luck to our junior Camoige girls who take on Drumgoon in the Junior Camoige...Posted by Crosserlough GFC on Friday, September 25, 2020