GAA – Donegal v Down Ulster Final Preview

Donegal and Down trained on Tuesday night ahead of this weekends Ulster Final at Clones.

Neil Gallagher will be play not part after an ankle injury picked up in a club game ruled the big Glenswilly man out of contention. Jim Mc Guinness’ side are trying to be the first Donegal side to win back to back Ulster titles and the first county to win back to back Anglo Celt Cups from the preliminary round.

Down haven’t won Ulster since 1994, the same year they last won the All Ireland. The Mourne County received a boost this week with the news that Benny Coulter should be fit enough to play some part on Sunday as he continues his recovery from a broken ankle.

In Highland's preview of the 2012 Ulster Final, Tom Comack and Chris McNulty have been hearing from the Donegal camp ahead of the the big decider.

Naomh Brid’s David Walsh says its great to be involved in back to back finals...
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Glenfin’s Frank Mc Glynn is heading into a third Ulster final...
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Kilcar’s Mark Mc Hugh says its been a great build up...
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St.Eunan’s Rory Kavanagh knows the challenge that’s ahead on Sunday...
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