Three in row Ulster titles still on for Donegal

Donegal are through to another Ulster Senior Championship Final after Sunday’s 0-12 to 0-9 win over Down in Cavan.

The All-Ireland champions were seriously tested by James McCartan's side, who produced a highly committed defensive performance, which stifled Donegal and kept the Mourne Men in the game.

It was the toughest battle to date for Jim Mc Guinness’s side with Ryan Bradley and Frank Mc Glynn both taking big hits resulting in changes.

Colm Mc Fadden and his forward partner Michael Murphy scored 5 points apiece, helping the defending provincial champions into another final and remain on course for three in a row Anglo Celt titles.

Donegal will play the winners of Cavan v Monaghan in the Final.

Match commentator Tom Comack spoke with Man of the Match Colm Mc Fadden, Rory Kavanagh and first of all Mark Mc Hugh after the win.
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