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St Endas retain focus on final
The stage is being reset for St Endas ladies as they chase their dream of All-Ireland success, writes Damien Donnelly.
St Endas were due to meet Caltra Cuans from Galway in the All-Ireland JFC final on Saturday(Nov 20th) but a family bereavement affecting the Caltra team caused the match to be postponed.
Omagh have expressed their sympathies to the Caltra club and both sides must now refocus for the refixed final at hand this Sunday in Mullahoran(2.00pm).
Hopefully, Mna Naomh Eanna will play in an All-Ireland decider again some time in the future but there are no written guarantees. That’s why seizing the moment now is so paramount.
Omagh Captain Emma Nugent has helped us in looking ahead to the big match and she takes up the story.
‘’ This has been a brilliant season for St Endas to date. It’s hard to believe that we stand one match way from the ultimate prize.
‘’ Every game in Tyrone and Ulster presented a different challenge, as did the recent All-Ireland semi-final. Thankfully, each test has been passed so far but the biggest one remains to be faced.
‘’ We are all looking forward to the All-Ireland final and want to savour it but at the same time do everything in our power to try and win it.
” Having got this far, we are so keen to finish on a high note. That’s why we are fully focused on giving our utmost in the pursuit of victory’’, stressed the Mna Naomh Eanna Captain.
Very best wishes from everyone here at www.teamtalkmag.com to Emma and all the St Endas camp.