Maxi Curran’s Donegal U21 side are the hot favourites to land their first Ulster U21 title since 2010 when they face Tyrone at Celtic Park in Derry.
Curran’s side absolutely annihilated Monaghan in their semi-final last week and ran out impressive winners on a score-line of 4-09 to 1-05.
What made the victory even more impressive was the fact Donegal played so well given the game was played in truly atrocious weather conditions.
Donegal defeated Cavan in a thrilling quarter-final clash in Ballybofey a number of weeks ago.
Cavan were going for FIVE Ulster titles at this category and Donegal look dead and buried until a last-gasp goal from Ryan McHugh saved the day and sent Curran’s side into the last four.
Donegal are hot favourites with pundits and bookmakers alike, but games against Tyrone at championship level at any grade are always tough, physical games and tomorrow night’s Ulster decider will be no different.
Donegal will be looking to Ryan McHugh, Hugh McFadden and Darach Jigger O’Connor for inspiration as they seek to book their place in the All-Ireland series for the first time since they reached the All-Ireland U21 final in 2010 under Jim McGuinness.
The game gets underway at 8pm and Donegal Daily will be providing extensive coverage on the crucial match.
Facebook and Twitter will be updating throughout the game and will be followed by half-time and full-time match reports.
Donegal Daily would like to wish Maxi, his staff and all the players in the squad all the best for tomorrow’s Ulster Final.
Tir Chonaill Abú.