This Sunday Donegal and Derry will battle it out for the Anglo Celt Cup. The 2011 showpiece will see the managers from both counties reach an Ulster Final in their first year in charge. Derry last won the senior provincial title in 1998. On that day Joe Brolly’s late goal against Donegal gave the Oak Leaf County their 7th Ulster triumph. It’s been 19 years since Donegal were winners at Clones. That was 1992 the same year the county won their only All Ireland.
In part 3 of Highland Radio’s Ulster Final preview, we’ll hear from the managers.
Derry boss John Brennan, who sees Donegal as favourites for Sunday is expecting a good game.
Donegal manager Jim Mc Guinness says the county needs an Ulster title and hopes the hard work pays off.
Charlie Collins and 1992 All Ireland winner Declan Bonner will have all the action live as it happens on Highland Radio and here online on Sunday afternoon from Clones.