GAA – Determined Donegal beat Tyrone to reach Ulster Final

Donegal reached their first Ulster SFC final since 2006 with a three-point win (2-6 v 0-9) over defending champions Tyrone at Clones on Sunday. Second-half goals from Colm McFadden and Dermot Molloy ended Tyrone’s bid to win a third successive Ulster title. Tyrone held a 0-6 to 0-1 lead at one stage in the first half, but were squeezed out of the game by a determined Donegal who’s second goal came right at the end of the game to  set up a meeting with Derry in the provincial  decider on the 17th July. Tyrone will now play Longford in the 2nd round of the Qualifiers.

Charlie Collins got reaction from both managers directly after the game.

Jim Mc Guinness.
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Mickey Harte.
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