The sheer quality and depth of talent at Donegal’s disposal was paraded in style in the Athletic Grounds as the county were crowned EirGrid Ulster U21 champions for the first time since 2010.
Relive the highlights from last week’s Ulster U21 Championship Final that saw Monaghan defeat reigning champs Tyrone at the Athletic Grounds in Armagh.
A strong second-half from Monaghan earned them a first EirGrid Ulster U21 FC title since 1999, dumping out defending provincial and All-Ireland champions Tyrone at the Athletic Grounds.
Cavan extended their incredible domination of the Ulster U21 Football championship with a late rally securing a fourth provincial crown in a row at the Athletic Grounds.
View all the ticketing and event information for the 2014 Cadburys Ulster U21 Football Championship Final between Cavan and Donegal.
Cavan and Donegal will contest the 2014 Cadbury’s Ulster U21 Football Championship Final following semi final victories over Monaghan and Armagh respectively.
Armagh have secured their place in the last 4 of the Cadburys Ulster U21 Football Championship following a 3 point victory over Antrim in their replayed quarter final.
There were wins for Cavan, Monaghan and Donegal tonight while Armagh and Antrim played out a thrilling draw after extra time in the quarter finals of the Cadburys Ulster U21 Football Championship.
Cavan have defeated Derry 3-10 to 0-12 in the opening round of the Cadburys Ulster U21 Football Championship at Celtic Park.
The launch of the 2014 Cadburys Ulster U21 Football Championship took place today, Monday 10th March, at the Queens Sports Facility.
The Cadburys Ulster Under 21 Football Championship launch will take place in the Queens Sports Pavilion, Upper Malone Road, Belfast on Monday 10th March at 12.00pm.
Cavan made history in Brewster Park on Wednesday night as they won their third Ulster U21 Football Championship title in a row with a four-point victory over Donegal.