PREVIEW: Mourneabbey Target Top Honours on Sunday
Mourneabbey are looking to go all the way in the All Ireland Senior Club Championship this Sunday.
The North Cork outfit suffered defeat to Termon of Donegal in last years final, but after an impressive run to County & Munster success, look poised to go one better this year with the ultimate victory.
The Dominic Gallagher Managed side face Donaghmoyne of Monaghan.
Click PLAY below to hear the pre match thoughts of Mourneabbey Coach Shane Ronayne.
Mourneabbey V Donaghmoyne, All-Ireland Ladies Football Senior Club Championship final, Parnell Park, Dublin on Sunday December 6th at 2:45.
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