Clan na Gael have huge belief in themselves and they will be able to call on that come Sunday says captain Patrick Kelly.
In all three of their group stages games, Clans came from behind to remain unbeaten. They claimed a draw against Crossmaglen and beat Mullaghbawn and Sarsfields.
They pulled off another incredible comeback in the semi-final coming from six down to see off Clann Eireann.
“I know we grabbed a last-minute goal,” said Clan na Gael skipper Kelly, reflecting on their first meeting with Crossmaglen.
“People from around the county maybe thought that it was a smash and grab. But we thought we played well enough to win that match as well.
“Cross do what they do, and they can pull away in the last couple of minutes but we’re there at that table knocking. That game gave us quite a bit of belief that we belong here.”
Kelly believes his side have got better since then and that can only fill them with confidence this weekend.
“We’ve had tough games and been in difficult situations and even that game against Cross with no time left on the clock, we don’t stop. We do have a lot of belief in ourselves, and we do believe that we’re as fit as anybody.
“I was injured at the start of the championship, and I was sitting there watching it pulling my hair out wondering what’s gone wrong!
“But every single time these boys pull it out of the fire, and we don’t believe we’re beat at any stage. That’s something that we’re going to have to bring through to this match now on Sunday.
“There was a couple of dodgy situations throughout the championship, but we do fight. We’re in every single match.
“Even against Clann Eireann we were 8-2 down and many teams would have folded but that’s not in our DNA.”