Kevin McManamon: We'll never get bored of winning Leinster titles
McManamon: This is still a crown worth fighting for
KEVIN McManamon is adamant that the Leinster title has not lost its lustre, despite Dublin's recent monopolisation of the crown.
Dublin are going for a fifth provincial title on the trot on Sunday, while Stephen Cluxton and Alan Brogan will win an 11th Leinster medal should they beat Westmeath in Croke Park.
"It's a big thing for me that I've won four Leinster titles," McManamon stressed.
"We're just putting the head in the sand and keep going forward at it, to see how many we can get in our careers.
"I'm sure that would be something I'd like back on but I suppose the team is just going to be putting the old tunnel vision on and just focusing on Westmeath and on getting on a win.
"It's kind of a cliche but we always would look at it as taking each game as it comes and I think that's important for us on the journey we're on, to really put the head down and focus on what's on front of us."
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