Ronan O’Neill says Tyrone have to prove themselves against Donegal

Ronan O'Neill Tyrone

Tyrone's Ronan O’Neill has over 50 appearances in the championship but Sunday will be a first Ulster Senior Final for the St Enda's forward.

The Omagh man has Ulster and All Ireland underage titles to his name but the Anglo Celt Cup and a provincial winning medal is one missing off his list.

The sharp shooter has scored 2-7 in this years campaign but knows that space will be at a premium  in Clones this weekend.

Donegal will be the first Division 1 team that they have met this year but he feels that's not a worry for Tyrone.

With Mickey Harte's side off the radar in Ulster in recent times, O’Neill hopes they can make their first final appearance in six years  count...

This Sunday's Ulster Final between Donegal and Tyrone will be LIVE on Highland Sunday Sport from 2pm with Oisin Kelly & Declan Bonner in association with Brian McCormicks Sports & Leisure Letterkenny.