Nemo Rangers won't get caught out again when they meet Clonmel Commercials in the Munster club football final on Sunday (Fraher Field, 2pm), according to Tomás Ó Sé.
The Cork kingpins suffered a shock defeat to the same opponents at the same stage in 2015 – with a late Michael Quinlivan goal the difference.
RTÉ football analyst Ó Sé played for Rangers that day and believes that the result and the "sucker-punch" goal will serve as motivation for his old team.
"Clonmel had a quality team at the time and they still do," the five-time All-Ireland winner with Kerry told RTÉ Sport.
"It was a tough one for Nemo to take.
"They are well up for this game, they’ll know the dangers.
"Clonmel went to Milltown Malbay in West Clare [in the semi-final] and it’s a tough place to go, they didn’t have a huge win.
"If you look at Nemo, Austin Stacks gave them no test whatsoever. This will be Nemo's toughest test in the last month.
"But they will have the bit between their teeth, the game in 2015 will be a point that Nemo want to rectify...they will want this a little bit more."
In Ulster Down’s Kilcoo take on Naoimh Conaill of Donegal in Healy Park (2pm) and Ó Sé believes that the Mourne side are on a mission.
"There’s a hunger in them," said the 41-year-old.
"They want to play a direct game...but they are coming up against a Glenties team that are very defensive.
"It will come down to Kilcoo breaking down that defence and if they can be patient they have a good chance of winning it."
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