Burns hoping to continue family tradition

Ulster Senior Football Championship Semi-Final 

Armagh Vs Cavan 

Sunday, Clones, 4pm 

Jarly Og Burns may be too young to remember his father ruling the skies of Clones however, he will have the chance to emulate his father this Sunday. 

“It’s great to get a run out in Clones, it’s where any young fella wants to play his football,” Burns told Niall McCoy.

Despite his tender age, the St.Mary’s midfielder is keen to get his county back the days of old and break the eleven year wait for an Ulster Final spot.

“You’re growing up watching past Armagh teams playing there (Clones). We’re into an Ulster semi-final and that’s where we want to be at this stage.

“Cavan are obviously a very good side. They have been playing Division One football in the National League this year and that is only going to bring them on.”

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