Craigbane forward Lee Moore has admitted that it’s a special feeling to win an Ulster title.
County Derry side Craigbane were crowned Ulster club intermediate football champions when they defeated Armagh side Culloville in the decider at Healy Park last weekend.
Moore hit the winning point as Craigbane came out on top by the narrowest of margins in a game played in the worst conditions possible, but that did not dampen the former County Derry minor’s delight at the final whistle.
The talented forward has tasted varying degrees of success throughout his career, but the former St. Columb’s College man says that winning an Ulster Championship is possibly the greatest achievement yet.
“I knew as soon as it left the boot, where it was going. My heart just sank when I realised it was probably the winner, without a doubt it was the biggest point of my career to date,” Moore happily told the County Derry Post.
“I can’t really describe how it feels to be Ulster champions, but it’s no bad feeling I can tell you that.”