GAA – McGuinness & McCartan On Ulster Final

Whoever wins the 2012 Ulster title will do so in front of a full house at Clones on Sunday.

The Ulster Council say this year’s final between Donegal and Down will be a sell out with 15,000 fans leaving Donegal heading for the Monaghan venue.

Donegal go in search of their seventh Ulster Senior Football title , the first was won back in 1972 while the most recent was 12 months ago.

Donegal boss Jim Mc Guinness  says defending the Anglo Celt Cup and winning another Ulster medal is of huge importance…
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Down who haven’t won an Ulster title since 1994 overcame Monaghan in the semi final to reach this years provincial showpiece.

Down Manager James McCartan is looking for an improved performance on Sunday…
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