Ulster Club Final – The Glenswilly Players Preview

Glenswilly 2013This weekend Glenswilly look to create history by lifting the Ulster Senior Club title at Healy Park in Omagh.
The two time Donegal champions will achieve the ultimate prize the provincial footbal if they overcome Ballinderry in Sunday’s decider.
John Mc Fadden is one of the veterans of this Glenswilly side and over the past 16 years John has been on the teams that won both senior and an intermediate titles.
John knows that this group is special and they have to make the most now.

John  wasn’t on the team at the start of the year but has worked his way into playing a key role over the last few games.
John says the side have been getting better under the guidance of the influential players.

Darren McGinley played an influential role for Glenswilly in the semi final win over Roslea at Healy Park.
The Sky engineer who joined the side when they were playing Division 4 football was part of the Glen team who lost the Ulster Intermediate final against Inniskeen.
Darren says  his teamates have put in a big commitment this year.

Having had three previous attempts with his former club Clontibret, Eamon Ward finds himself in his first Ulster Final with Glenswilly on Sunday.
The vet came to the Glen three years ago and since then has added a further two county medals to his all ready impressive collection, but it’s the Donegal champions which has set him up for a possible Ulster winners medals.
Eamon says he knew there was something special in this group when he joined up.

James Pat Mc Daid will have the honour of leading Glenswilly out on Sunday in the Ulster Senior Final at Healy Park.
It’s a huge achievement for the parish who have only been playing senior football since for the past eight years.
The Glen captain says if they stick with their plan they’ll  give the Derry Champions a tough game.

26 year old Gary McFadden has been one of the key figures in the Glenswilly camp again this year.
Gary says the players have been really focused on Ulster having lifted their second Donegal title.

The Ulster Senior Club Championship Final will be LIVE on Highland this Sunday with Oisin Kelly and Martin Mc Hugh.