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Published on May 31, 2012
Kallum King is out to end a drought of almost two decades as Down begin their campaign for the Anglo Celt Trophy against Fermanagh on Sunday. The last time the Mourne men won Ulster was in 1994, the same year Down last won an All Ireland.
King says the league has been useful in blooding replacements for the departed Martin Clarke and Caolan Mooney despite a heavy loss to Cork in the League semi final.
Down will have to travel across the province to face Peter Canavan's Fermanagh on Sunday