Kilcoo are searching for a sixth in a row looking to emulate the record of the Burren team in the 80s.
The magpies are looking to emulate the achievements of the great Burren team of the 1980s, which won a six-in-a-row between 1983 and ’88.
“From the outside looking in, I expect Burren to be in pain. They are a well decorated senior championship winning club in Down and, while we may think about winning five, they have had to think about not winning it for five years,” Murray said in the Irish News.
“If there is anything in them they will be hurting becuase they have to go home and listen to men with championship medals in their pockets, and about picking themselves up again. There is only so much players can listen to that – so they have to react.
“We expect to see a wounded animal to come out and hit us with everything they have. They know everything about us and they have covered every single base and in no way are they looking to Ulster, and neither are we.”