Tyrone unleashed their superior firepower on Down in the second half to comfortably retain their Ulster SFC title at Clones.
Derry claimed their second Ulster Minor Football title in three years after defeating Cavan by four points at St Tiernach’s Park in Clones.
Supporters travelling to Clones for the Ulster 2017 Football Final are asked to take note of the following key information…
Down pulled off the biggest upset of this year’s Football Championship so far to advance to a first Ulster Final since 2012.
A number of arrangements have been put in place in order assist all of those travelling to and from tomorrow’s Ulster Football Championship games at the Athletic Grounds.
Provincial champions Tyrone produced a fine display to secure a hugely impressive win over Donegal.
Monaghan and Cavan threw up a typically feisty and hard-fought local derby at Kingspan Breffni, with a 60th minute goal from Conor McManus all that separated the sides.
Cian Mackey’s return to the fold during the National League was a very welcome addition for new Cavan Manager Mattie McGleenan ahead of the 2017 Ulster Senior Football Championship. He is hoping for good things this year.
Monaghan full back Drew Wylie has carried his excellent league form into the 2017 Ulster Senior Football Championship
Down comfortably contained the much-vaunted Armagh attack in Páirc Esler to win a first Ulster championship match in four years.
Ulster GAA will be teaming up with Translink to provide a free shuttle bus service for supporters to enjoy convenient access to and from the Down v Armagh Ulster Football Championship games at Páirc Esler, Newry on Sunday 4th June.
Donegal came good in the second half to get their Ulster SFC off to a competent start against Antrim in Ballybofey on Sunday afternoon.
Monaghan started the Ulster SFC with a nine-point win over Fermanagh in the preliminary round at Clones on Saturday evening.
The 2017 Ulster Senior Football, Ladies Gaelic Football and Camogie Championships were officially launched in Derry last night.
Despite having one eye on next week’s crucial Christy Ring Cup clash with Carlow, Antrim defeated Armagh with ease in the Ulster SHC final. The Saffrons romped to a 16th Ulster senior hurling title in a row with Conor Johnston hitting 3-5 from play at Owenbeg.