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Full-time, Donegal win by 2-16 to 0-16.
Mark Lynch scores an easy free to reduce the lead to six.
We’re entering added time at Celtic Park, Donegal seven ahead.
James Kielt gets his second point of the game with a majestic score.
Paddy McBrearty scores his eight of the day with a free from the 45 out of his hands.
Niall Toner scores for Derry. Frank McGlynn is replaced by Mark McHugh with five minutes to go.
Emmet Bradley’s effort cannons off the post. Big goal chance it was for Derry to reduce Donegal’s lead
GOAL. Mulligan nets for the second game in a row 2-15 to 0-13 in favour of Donegal now.
James Kielt gets Derry’s thirteenth point.
Odhrán MacNiallais has had a heavy fall, but he’s back on his feet.
Daire O’Baoill in for Paddy McGrath.
Twenty-three minutes in, Donegal still lead by six.
McBrearty gets his seventh to respond immediately.
20 minutes gone here, Mark Lynch has tapped over a point for Derry.
Emmet Bradley scores another free, 1-14 to 0-11 in favour of Donegal.
Paddy McBrearty hits a stunning score from thirty yards out.
Fourteen minutes gone in the second-half, Donegal leading by six.
Ciaran McGinley replaces Ciarán Thompson
McBrearty drives toward goal and elects to fist over, half chance for a goal.
Emmet Bradley gets his seventh point of the game fro Derry and Cian Mulligan comes in for the carded Paul Brennan.
Michael Murphy lines up a 45 and nails it to put Donegal six ahead again.
Emmet Bradley responds with his sixth of the game, Donegal 1-11 Derry 0-9
Leo McLoone hits his third of the game with another good score after a surging run forward.
Yellow card for Paul Brennan, Derry get their eight point of the game from the resulting free.
Odhrán MacNiallais on for Langan
Teams are out or the second half.
Half-time whistle goes, Donegal leading by six points here in Celtic Park.
Ryan McHugh knocks over after a good run forward by McLoone, 1-10 to 0-7 in favour of Donegal.
Free kick dead in front of the posts thirteen yards out and Paddy McBrearty taps over. His fourth of the game.
A minute of normal time to go.
Paddy McBrearty replies immediately, Donegal 1-8 Derry 0-7.
Another Emmet Bradley free, off the ground once again.
Emmet Bradley nails a free from off the ground, four in it.
Great save from McKinless to push Ryan McHugh’s effort away.
Seven minutes of normal time left here, 1-7 to 0-5.
Emmet Bradley with another, this time from play.
Derry score a free through Emmet Bradley.
McBrearty’s teammate Ryan McHugh pops up from the edge of the D with another score. Donegal lead by seven.
Two on the bounce from Paddy McBrearty, the second a free-kick.
Mark Lynch with a free and Emmet Bradley from thirty yards bring it back to a four point game. 1-4 to 0-3 in Donegal’s favour.
GOAL for Donegal from Hugh McFadden, Fantastic drive forward, 1-4 to 0-1 in favour of Donegal.
Mark Lynch pins Derry’s first score of the game after ten minutes.
Leo McLoone hits his second, really good score from the Glenties man.
Spectacular effort from Jamie Brennan gives Donegal their third of the game.
A second point for Donegal this time through Michael Murphy from 45 metres out.
Donegal take the lead, Leo McLoone knocks over after a Michael Langan pass.
Shaun Patton; Paddy McGrath, Neil McGee, Eoghan Bán Gallagher; Caolan Ward, Paul Brennan, Ryan McHugh; Hugh McFadden, Leo McLoone; Ciaran Thompson, Michael Langan, Frank McGlynn; Patrick McBrearty, Michael Murphy, Jamie Brennan.
Here is the Donegal XV released for the offical match programme. We’ll have any changes before throw-in…
Afternoon folks, we’re live blogging from Celtic Park this afternoon for this hugely anticipated Ulster SFC clash between Donegal and Derry.