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Aiming high: Conleith Gilligan is convinced that the leading clubs will have a strong focus on the Ulster and All-Ireland titles

Aiming high: Conleith Gilligan is convinced that the leading clubs will have a strong focus on the Ulster and All-Ireland titles

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Aiming high: Conleith Gilligan is convinced that the leading clubs will have a strong focus on the Ulster and All-Ireland titles

As the wait continues in relation to formal confirmation of the overall fixtures schedule for this year, former Ballinderry All-Ireland club winner Conleith Gilligan has been provided with considerable food for thought.

It was in 2002 that Gilligan underpinned a Ballinderry attack that rose to the occasion to claim the biggest prize in club football by beating Cork and Munster champions Nemo Rangers in the final.

Now, almost two decades later, Gilligan, a business development manager with the Kerry Group, is preparing to plot more success but in a rather different environment.


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