Enniskillen Rangers will take on Tipperary side St Michael’s in the Presidents' Cup final at Ferney Park on Saturday at 3pm.

The President’s Cup sees the IFA Junior Cup winners take on the FAI Junior Cup victors and is now in it’s second year.

Rangers competed in last year’s decider also, losing to Wexford’s North End United 2-1 in Dublin.

With the ‘Gers having retained the Junior Cup again last season they will again represent the IFA and manager Michael Kerr is looking forward to the challenge.

“It’s great to be part of and play in games like these,” said Kerr. “We had a taste of it last year when we played North End United and it was a good experience for the boys.”

And Kerr is expecting a big test from their Munster opponents.

“We know that St Michael’s are going to be a real quality side, any side that wins the Junior Cup down there is, so it is going to be difficult,” he explained.

In terms of importance, Kerr acknowledges that this title is down their list of priorities for the season but he would still like to get his hands on the silverware that is on offer.

“I said to the boys that this is a bit of a luxury game and there is no doubt that it is not the most important game of our season. The league is always your bread and butter and the Mulhern Cup and Junior Cup are also very important.

“However, it would be great to be able to look back in 30 years and say that you won an All Ireland title.

“We will be going into the game to try and win it and it is an opportunity to get our hands on some more silverware,” he said.

Kerr is also delighted to have the game at Ferney Park.

“It is nice not to have that travelling to do, we have played at Ferney Park and we know the ground and the pitch which is one of the best in the country.

“Also you are always very well looked after when you play there,” he added.

Kerr will be without himself, Stephen Chambers and James Turley for the game but he should be able to welcome back Stuart Rainey, Jason Keenan and Matthew Chambers.