Fort Rangers Assistant Manager Jim Cashin says they will have a huge amount of work to do if they are to upset the odds in tomorrow evening’s McCalmont Cup Final.
Speaking to KCLR, Jim says they are aware of the task on their hands.
He said “We have seven or eight guys that are involved on Saturday night that were involved ten years ago”.
“For the likes of Jim Nugent, the Player-Manager, probably this is his last season and wouldn’t it be great for him to go out with a winners medal. Talking about winners medals and actually turning them into reality are two different things and we have a huge chop of work to do Saturday night to have any chance of talking about winners medals”.