Brady putting Antrim team-mates first
Published 16/10/2009 | 00:00
Antrim’s Colin Brady has nudged his way into that select band of defenders who are currently jostling for Allstar awards and selection on the GPA Team of the Year.
But on Sunday individual kudos will take a back seat as the St Galls clubman will be totally focused on snuffing out the considerable threat offered by the free-scoring Seanie Johnston when the Belfast side confront Cavan Gaels in the preliminary round of the Ulster Club Championship at Kingspan Breffni Park, Cavan (3.30).
Brady’s tenacious marking and clever support play had much to do with Antrim’s defensive solidity for much of the summer and now those same attributes could prove invaluable as St Galls bid to once again rise to the top of the provincial tree.
Brady is joined by his Saffrons colleagues Andrew McClean, Terry O’Neill, Sean Burke, Kevin Niblock and Aodhan Gallagher in the St Galls line-up and their combined experience and skills will be required in abundance.