25 May 2022

Watch: Jamie Brennan puts focus on the team after Donegal get past Cavan

The Bundoran forward was in fine form for Donegal, given BBC's man of the match as they overcame a tricky hurdle in Cavan, but was happier just to play his part in his side reaching another Ulster final

Jamie Brennan was more interested in the team than the collective as Donegal got the better of Cavan in the Ulster SFC semi-final on a 2-16 to 0-16 scoreline.

The Bundoran forward scored four from play, with his punched effort tying up the scores at 0-9 to 0-9 at the break, before Declan Bonner's side kicked on the in the second half.

"We were going into blind alleys and were a bit unsettled," he said. "There was a real good championship edge. We knew what Cavan were going to throw at us after 2020. I wouldn't worry too much about the man of the match, all you want to do is get the win in the Ulster championship. It's never easy to get a result in Ulster."

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