Tommy McMonagle says Bonagee United are itching to get another crack at the Ulster Senior League’s ‘big two’.
Although an eight-point gap sits between Bonagee and the top two, Cockhill Celtic and Letterkenny Rovers, the Dry Arch men do have a game in hand.
Bonagee lost out narrowly to both the leaders before Christmas, but former Finn Harps defender McMonagle – one of the many new faces recruited by Jason Gibson since he took over in the summer – can’t wait to come up against the big guns again.
“We’ll see where we’re at, but we do want a bite at Letterkenny and Cockhill again,” he said.
“That’s the standard you want to be at and the teams you want to test yourself again.
“We’re a relatively new squad. Letterkenny and Cockhill know each other inside-out. We have a completely new squad. We have no excuses now and we have to be better in this next round of games.”
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