The official launch of the 2017 Ulster GAA Football Championship Finals took place in Armagh on Friday 7th July.
A media event was held in the Armagh City Hotel and attended by Managers & players from all four teams that will be involved in the Minor & Senior Finals in Clones on 16th July.
An Cabhán were represented by manager John Brady & captain Paddy Meade.
Doire were represented by manager Damian McErlain & captain Padraig McGrogan.
An Dún were represented by manager Eamonn Burns & Peter Turley.
Tír Eoghain were represented by manager Mickey Harte & Peter Harte.
Launching the Finals, Ulster GAA PRO, Michael Geoghegan said:
”After another very exciting Ulster Championship season, there is a great sense of anticipation for our two finals in Clones next Sunday. We commend all of our finalists for their commitment and performances to reach this stage and I am sure that supporters in each of the counties will come out in force in the hope of seeing their team claim the Fr Murphy Cup or Anglo Celt Cup”
Tickets for the 2017 Football Championship Finals can be purchased online, in selected Supervalu and Centra stores and from your Club. Full details can be viewed on ulster.gaa.ie/ulsterchampionship2017