It has already been a successful first year for Jonny Garrity and his Fermanagh side as they prepare for their Ladies Ulster Junior Championship Final on Sunday.

With a Division Four National League title and promotion to Division Three already in the bag, Jonny will be hoping to add another piece of silverware come Sunday evening.

Standing in the way is familiar foe, Antrim.

This will be the fourth time the teams have met and its currently 3-0 to the Erne Ladies.

But that record will count for nothing come Sunday, if Fermanagh are to fall short.

For Jonny and the squad the break since the semi-final has left them hungry to get back into action, and even though they are well accustomed to their opponents, the build up to the final is the same for Fermanagh as they concentrate on what they can do to ensure the come out on top.

"We can't wait," said Jonny. "It has been a few weeks coming now and we are very keen for it to get going. We are looking forward to it and the girls are ready and just looking forward to getting out on the field really.

"We are looking after ourselves, concentrating on what we bring to the table and not worrying about the opposition.

"Having beaten them three times already this year, we done that by concentrating on our gameplan, not theirs and that’s the way we will approach this game as well concentrating on ourselves and not them.

"Previous results might matter to them we don’t know. It doesn’t come into our thinking it certainly doesn’t matter to us in the slightest. We know that it is going to be another big challenge and we are going to have to be very near our best to rise up to that challenge, to compete.

"And that is our challenge to ensure we put our best foot forward and give a good account of ourselves on the day. We are concentrating a lot on the performance and the result will come off the back of that."

With competition within the squad for a starting place fierce, as could be seen in the semi-final with a number of regulars starting on the bench, Garrity knows that he has a strong hand to choose from to make sure that performance is delivered.

"The competition for places is absolutely fantastic in the squad and it is the way that you would want it.

"We could make 10 changes and still be a very strong competitive team and everybody in the starting 15 would deserve to start.

"The hardest thing for us is selecting the team and whatever team starts certainly won't be the team that finishes. It’s a squad game and we are in a very privileged position to have a really competitive squad and we know that when we make changes we aren’t going to weaken ourselves and that’s a good position to be in."

It is now up to the team to make sure that they don't leave anything on the field in Clones on Sunday as they look to continue their journey this season, a journey so far that has seen them perform at such a high level.

"You look at any competition and I guess the first thing you are doing is trying to work out how to get as far as we can and ultimately we are a in position now to see how we go about winning it.

"For us as management and players by extension we want to excel in all competitions and we are in our second final of the year which is fantastic and now it is the case of trying to get over the line on the day.

"We are trying to be as professional as we can and hopefully it will have its rewards."

Fermanagh face Antrim on Sunday, June 30 at 1.30pm in St. Tiernach's Park Clones.