The Hotel Kilmore Cavan Senior football final takes place on Sunday between Castlerahan and Crosserlough. Both sides won their semi-final replays last Saturday. Now both of them are just 60 minutes away from writing their name in the history books.
Heres five things you might expect to see.
Cavan’s county ground Kingspan Breffni was out of action from the end of the National football league campaign up until the Intermediate final, last Sunday.
The senior club championship did a tour of the county with the semi-finals in Cootehill and Kingscourt.
Now the home of Cavan football will welcome Castlerahan and Crosserlough and a huge crowd on the biggest day of its calendar.
It is 21 years since Crosserlough last reached the Hotel Kilmore Cavan Senior football final.
Will their return to the final reward them with the Oliver Plunkett Cup?
Four!!! Is the golfer’s exclamation when the ball veers off course.
Castlerahan will hope the number will have lucky connotations come Sunday evening as it’s the fourth time in a row Castlerahan have made final.
They’ve had three strikes the last three years. Can Castlerahan now hit a home run?
The new Cavan manager is double jobbing at the moment as he is the boss of St Columba’s Mullinalaghta. The North Longford club have won their county championship for a third year in a row.
The Leinster championship is their next stop with a return to action on the 11th of November.
His eyes will be firmly focused on the Cavan senior final on Sunday. Will a future Cavan star be unearthed in the game?
The weather forecast for Sunday reads: Dull to start, with scattered outbreaks of rain and drizzle, persistent in Atlantic coastal areas, but more patchy elsewhere. Brighter, dry conditions will extend from the northwest during the day.
We must note the weather will be the same for both sides. Its county final day.
It’s a unique final that both sides will be gunning to win. The huge occasion will be brought to you in all its glory on Northern Sound FM on Sunday Sport.