Finnian Moriarty

Finnian Moriarty: There may be trouble ahead

MAKE OR BREAK...Finnian Moriarty says that Antrim are one of a number of ulster teams facing their make or break fixture

MAKE OR BREAK…Finnian Moriarty says that Antrim are one of a number of ulster teams facing their make or break fixture

GAELIC Life columnist Finnian Moriarty has said that Cavan, Down and Antrim will all be dropping down a division if they fail to win their round three League games this weekend.

Writing in today’s paper, the former Armagh defender said that the trio will have little light at the end of the tunnel, unless they can earn two points in this round of fixtures.

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“If Down, Antrim and Cavan lose this weekend they are going to be relegated. Harsh, premature, but also true. Armagh and Derry should have enough to win at least three of their last five games but if either of them lose this weekend, they’re joining the others at the roulette wheel where one more slip up will see things turn very dark.”

The full column is available in today’s Gaelic Life, in shops now or available here.

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