No Clann Eireann injuries as Lurgan club aim for Ulster final

No Clann Eireann injuries as Lurgan club aim for Ulster final

Tommy Coleman

Eugene Creaney


Eugene Creaney


Clann Eireann manager Tommy Coleman could be set to name the same starting 15 for the third consecutive game when his side travel to Kingspan Breffni Park on Saturday for a crunch Ulster semi-final with Fermanagh outfit Derrygonnelly.

The Lurgan man said, "We are all fine at the minute.

"Apart for the lads who are out long term we have a clean bill of health."

The Clanns boss, who guided his team to their first Armagh senior title since 1963, has no issues with the game being under lights.

"Breffni Park is a fantastic venue," he added.

"We have no issues with the semi-final being played on Saturday evening. The surface is superb, so our aim is to reach the final and take it from there," stressed the charismatic Coleman.

Speaking about Saturday's opponents, the Clann Eireann supremo said, "Derrygonnelly are a seasoned outfit and have been playing in Ulster for a number of years, but our lads who showed their worth the whole way through the campaign are learning with every game.

"We finish the week off with training on Thursday then the focus will turn to the semi-final."

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