Cushendall target big season
CUSHENDALL may have won their first two games of the league campaign, but new boss Aidan McAteer isn’t getting overexcited as he believes that this year’s Division One could be the most competitive in some time.
This weekend, the Ruairi Ogs are up against Dunloy, who lost their opener to All-Ireland champions Loughgiel. Though McAteer says that the 2009 Antrim and Ulster Hurling club champions will have the advantage on Sunday.
“I know they have been doing a lot of hard work, and are about four to six weeks ahead of us. They have had a manager in place before Christmas. It would be a good game to get a win from,” McAteer said.
“We are going out to be competitive in every competition we play in, and we want to win every game we play in.”
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