O’Hanrahans Senior Football manager Bernard Horohan says Sunday evening’s must-win clash against St. Andrews is the biggest game of the year for both clubs.
Speaking to KCLR, Bernard says they have a fully fit panel to choose from.
“Ah look, it’s a very very important match for both teams at this stage. The winners obviously get into a Quarter-Final so It’s a big big game, and the losers will then be fighting a relegation battle against someone in the other group so for both teams it’s probably the biggest game of the year so we are both looking forward to it.
“Preparations are going well above with ourselves up in Deerpark. A couple of players were missing against Eire Og the last day, they were away on holidays and that so they are all back injury free and we are looking forward to it,” said Horohan.
Meanwhile St. Andrews Manager Hamish Beaton thinks the match will be more open than cautious.
“I can’t imagine there will be kamakaze football played, but at the end of the day, whatever about been afraid to lose it you have to make an effort to go and win it too and the only way you will win it is by getting scores.
“You have to make some effort to attack so I feel both teams are good enough in the attacking zone so we will have to wait and see,” said Hamish.