The Eirgrid u20 Ulster Championship throws in tomorrow night, Friday March 25th, in Páirc Esler in Newry when Down host Fermanagh. The winners of that tie will play Tyrone on Friday April 1st and the victors will progress to a semi-final against Donegal or Armagh on April 8th.
Donegal v Armagh throws-in in Páirc Sheain MhicCumhaill under lights, at 8 pm, in eight days time of Friday April 1st. In media interviews yesterday, manager Gary Duffy noted that it was great for the squad to win the Leo Murphy Cup but that was already parked and they were fully focused on their championship date with the Orchard County.
The link to buy rickets is already up on the home page of the Donegal GAA website. Admission for adults is €0 and juveniles are €3. No cash will be taken at the gates.
The Ulster minor championship begins with Donegal playing the winners of Down and Fermanagh on Saturday April 16th, with the senior champions out against Armagh in Páirc Sheáin Mhic Cumhaill on Sunday April 24th. Details of all Ulster championships can be found on the Donegal GAA website via the link below.