TYRONE star Colm Cavanagh is sticking to old habits ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final showdown against Dublin.
The Moy midfielder, whose intelligent performances as a sweeper that have delivered him plaudits on a national level, is consistency personified both on and off the pitch.
It’s his eleventh season on the intercounty scene and he is keeping ground ahead of Sunday’s Croke Park sell-out.
“I’m enjoying it, and loving coming up here (Garvaghey) every night.”
“This is my eleventh year and I don’t change my routine too much. I approach every game the same albeit it is in the back of your head that it is an All-Ireland semi-final. There’s going to be 70-80000 at the game but nothing ever really changes. The moment you take your eye off that you could be in a bad place.”
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