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Monaghan looking to put best foot forward in championship

Jul 2, 2021 14:07 By Sean McCaffrey
Monaghan looking to put best foot forward in championship Monaghan looking to put best foot forward in championship
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Monaghan's last provincial championship win was over Tyrone in 2018

Monaghan welcome Fermanagh to St Tiernachs Park Clones at 3:30 on Saturday in the first of the Quarter finals of the Ulster Senior championship. The Farney side retained their Divsion 1 status for an 8th consecutive year with a victory over Galway a little over 2 weeks ago, while the Ernesiders missed out on promotion from Division 3 after a semi final loss to Offaly. While remaining in the top tier of league football, Monaghan's Ulster championship campagin's of late have been far from impressive with losses to Cavan in 2020 and 2019, while they suffered a shock semi final defeat to Fermanagh in 2018.

Interim coach and manager David Mc Cague, noted it is difficult to know if the effort to stay in Division 1 is having an impact on their championship performances

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We will have coverage of that game on Saturday sport with thanks to Doran Motors.

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