Winning streak guarantees my Galbally nothing, warns Moylan
John Moylan's distinctive Cork brogue has become very familiar within the portals of the Galbally club and the indications are that he will have more to say for himself in the coming days.
Moylan, who originally hails from Mallow, has steered Galbally into the Ulster Club Intermediate Football Championship semi-final in which they will meet Donegal outfit St Naul's and is hoping his team can make it into the provincial final against either Down champions Glenn or Monaghan outfit Magheracloone.
But final permutations do not dominate Moylan's thinking just now. He is much more concerned with getting a five-star performance from his side as they bid to extend their recent surge.
Having overcome Armagh title holders Grange at the first hurdle (0-16 to 1-5), Galbally were subsequently taken right down to the wire by Cavan side Laragh United before squeezing over the line (1-17 to 2-13).
Now Moylan is anxious to see his side trim St Naul's sails following their win over Aldergrove.
"We have two wins in this Ulster Championship to date but this guarantees us nothing," insisted Moylan.
Joint skipper Enda McGarrity, Conor Donaghy, Sean Murphy and Liam Rafferty, who made his Ulster Senior Championship debut for Tyrone against Donegal during the summer, are among the key players in the Galbally side.