View our comprehensive statistical analysis of Monaghan’s 1 point victory over Donegal in the Ulster Senior Football Championship Final on Saturday 19th July.
It wasn’t just the footballers of Monaghan and Derry who had something to cheer about at Clones on Sunday – three lucky supporters were also on hand to receive their fantastic ‘Golden Ticket’ prizes.
Derry have won their 13th Ulster Minor Football Championship – and a first since 2002 – at Clones on Sunday.
Sunday’s Ulster GAA Senior and Minor Football Finals double header at Clones is now SOLD OUT, with huge interest particularly from supporters in Donegal and Monaghan for the senior showpiece.
We have used the data gathered from all of Donegal and Monaghan’s previous 2015 Ulster Championship outings to form a statistical preview of Sunday’s final.
There was double success for Antrim at the Ulster Hurling Championship finals in Owenbeg on Sunday.
With the finalists now known for both the 2015 Ulster Football and Hurling Championship Finals, view full ticketing information for both events.
View our comprehensive statistical analysis of Donegal’s 2 point victory over Derry in the Ulster Senior Football Championship semi final on Saturday 27th June.
Down will face Antrim in the 2015 Ulster Senior Hurling Championship Final, following a 5 point victory over Derry at Owenbeg this afternoon.
Donegal are through to a fifth Ulster final appearance in a row after emerging with a hard-fought win over Derry at Clones on Saturday evening.
View our comprehensive statistical analysis of Monaghan’s victory over Fermanagh in the Ulster Senior Football Championship semi final on Sunday 21st June.
Monaghan have secured their place in the Ulster Football Final for the third year in a row following a strong second half performance to see off Fermanagh in Kingspan Breffni Park.
View our comprehensive statistical analysis of Donegal’s emphatic victory over Armagh in the Ulster Senior Football Championship quarter final on Sunday 14th June.
View our comprehensive statistical analysis of Derry’s one point victory over Down in the Ulster Senior Football Championship quarter final on Sunday 7th June.
Eoin Bradley’s injury-time free secured a first Ulster championship victory for Derry since 2011 after an absorbing finish against 14-man Down in Celtic Park.