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By Niamh Archibald


Donegal and Monaghan will compete in the Ulster Junior semi-final today; the game will serve as a double header with Donegal and Tyrone’s Ulster Senior Hurling Championship clash in Letterkenny.


For Donegal the game serves as not only the opportunity to play in an Ulster final but also a chance to show that their county team is also back on track.  The team is largely made up of players from the Markievicz club in Killygordan with the exception of Catherine Walker and Anita Doherty from Carndonagh.


Manager Ger O’Dwyer believes that his priority is to “”establish this group as a team. Every game that we play is an important step in our development. The commitment and dedication of the girls has been unreal so hopefully it will pay off on the day.””


“”This is the most important game Donegal have played in for many years and to reach a final when the county has only been re-established for three years would be a fabulous achievement.””


Tyrone will be aiming for glory later today when they take on Westmeath in the Under 16 All-Ireland æC’.


Tyrone have enjoyed success this season reaching the Ulster Under 16 final only to be beaten by Armagh and they will be hoping that the experience that they have picked up will serve them well today and will be hoping that Caoimhe Rafferty and full-back Cara Fitzgerald continue their fine form.


Ulster Feile Champions St Johns will be looking for their first county victory as they take on defending champions Loughgiel in the Antrim Feile Final at Cloughmills today.




Ulster Junior Championship Semi-Final: Donegal vs Monaghan, Letterkenny 1.45pm

All-Ireland Under 16 æC’ Final: Tyrone vs Westmeath, Clones 1.30pm

Antrim Feile Final: St Johns vs Loughgeil, Cloughmills 1pm


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