Coa forward Cathal Beacom says that the Junior Championship was the O’Dwyers main target at the start of the season and now they are 60 minutes away from completing that goal.
The Junior Championship has been played on a round robin basis this year and with wins over Aghadrumsee and Brookeboro, Coa sealed their place in the final.
However, the sharp shooting forward knows that they will have to be at their best if they are to beat Belnaleck under the lights at Brewster Park.
“From the start of the season we have been looking forward to the Junior Championship,” said Beacom. 
“We have had a decent enough league campaign but the Championship was the priority at the start of the year.
“We had Aghadrumsee first and Aidy McElroy has them well drilled so that was all we were focusing on, getting a result out of that game which thankfully we did and then it was all about getting a win over Brookeboro to secure our spot in the final. Now we will be hoping to now go on and get our hands on the trophy on Friday night,” he added.
To achieve that though Beacom knows that they are going to have to be at their best to overcome a talented Belnaleck outfit.
“Their forward line is very, very dangerous with the likes of Ciaran McBrien and Bryan Owens. McBrien on his day can kick points from either side with both feet so he will definitely be one that we will have to be wary of. 
“Further back then you have the two Cullens who are big powerful players and Kane Connor who is a strong player. They are a good side and it is a game that could go right down to the wire,” he said.
Coa also have no shortage of quality in their ranks with Fermanagh captain Eoin Donnelly powering them on from midfield and he is ably supported by the likes of Ryan Hanna, Leon Carters and Beacom himself and the forward feels that when they have everybody out then they are a match for anybody.
“People would say that Coa are a championship team but this year we have tried to be better in the league and maybe that has helped with our championship campaign. Training has been very good and if we have everybody fit and available then we are a very good team and hopefully we can show that on Friday night. 
“We will treat Belnaleck with the respect they deserve but we’ll be going there to try and turn them over and claim the win,” he said.