Banbridge kicker Adam Doherty has a key role to play if the club are to get the promotion they so desire.
On Saturday, he contributed 10 points to help Bann to victory and boss Daniel Soper knows he can provide the key to success.
“Adam kicked very well off the tee and that made the difference for us,” said Soper.
“As Paddy Jackson showed for Ulster on Sunday, a kicker on form can swing a game,.
“On the other side of that, Cashel missed a lot of kickable chances. They missed three conversations and a penalty so that’s nine points left out there. That’s significant, especially in a game as tight as it was.”