21s confident of Ulster final success
If any further evidence was required of Cavan’s irrepressible start to 2014 then it comes in the voice of Killian Clarke. Fresh on the heels of their sensational promotional run in Division Three of the Allianz Football League the only team across all four divisions to win all seven games comes th swarovski uk is evening’s Ulster under 21 football final against Donegal, and the chance to win a fourth title in succession.
“It’s a big ambition,” he says. “We were beaten along the way by Roscommon and by Cork too. It’s something we need to reach, that milestone, so it’s obviously an ambition for ourselves. It’s the way forward for us.
“But every year is different. You have a different squad, you have a different mindset, different people in, different p swarovski uk layers. And this team we have at the minute has no Ulster titles so far, no recognition of anything, so that’s swarovski uk the way we’d be looking at it. At the end of the day we’re going for one this year, this team, this actual squad.”That may be true, but Cavan did get the better of Donegal last year, and beat Ty swarovski uk rone in both 2012 and 2011: the continued progress of the seniors reflecting their growing belief, Clarke one of the current under 21s to shine in last summer’s senior campaign, which ended with an All Ireland quarter final defeat to Kerry.