The Moy’s Colm Cavanagh is adamant that the Moy’s success has been built upon team work rather than their county stars.
This Sunday the Tyrone and Ulster Intermediate Champions will play An Ghaeltacht (Kerry) at Portlaoise at 2pm.
In today’s Gaelic Life Cavanagh says: “It’s probably unusual for an intermediate game to be live on TV (TG4) but look, it’s not about us or the O Sés even though it might add a bit for media purposes.
“Our lads have really pulled together this year.
“You ask anyone who has won a championship it’s about everbody pulling together, the players, the managers and the wider community.
“It’s not about just one or two individuals, everyone has rowed in behind us this year.”
Cavanagh goes on to explain the importance of succeeding with the club, after many barren seasons.
Read the full article in the current issue of Gaelic Life.
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