TERMON will begin their defence of the Donegal ladies SFC title against Moville.
The Burn Road side, the beaten Ulster finalists in 2019, will start against Moville on July 19th after the draw was made this evening at the Clanree Hotel in Letterkenny.
The senior championship begins with a round-robin phase, with Termon, Glenfin, Buncrana and Naomh Conaill all competing at senior level.
Termon, who include Donegal captain Geraldine McLaughlin among their ranks, are once again managed by Shaun O’Donnell in 2020.
Termon reached last year’s provincial decider, losing out to Monaghan champions Donaghmoyne in the final.
Glenfin, who Termon defeated in last year’s county final, have Yvonne Bonner back from Australia for their title tilt.
The Donegal LGFA conducted their senior, intermediate and junior championship draws at The Clanree Hotel this evening.
The full draws are:
Noamh Conaill vs Buncrana
Termon vs Moville
There will be two home and two away games and these will be played on July 19th, July 26th, August 2nd, August 9th and August 16th.
The semi-finals will see first and second place have home advantage with both games being played on August 23rd.
The final will be played on August 30th.
There are 11 teams in the Intermediate section and they will be split into two groups.
The two groups are – Green Group : St Eunans, Milford, Goath Dobhair, Naomh Mhuire and Convoy.
The first round of this group will see Convoy vs Gaoth Dobhair, Milford vs Naomh Mhuire and St Eunans will have a free.
The second group is – Yellow Group – Aodh Rua, Carndonagh, Fanad Gaels, St Nauls, Ardara and Four Masters.
The first round of this group will see Ardara vs Four Masters, Aodh Rua vs St Nauls and Fanad Gaels vs Carndonagh.
The Junior A Championship will be comprised of six teams.
They are: Dungloe, Downings, Glenswilly, Robert Emetts, Killybegs and Naomh Columba.
The first round draw is as follows: Glenswilly vs Dungloe, Naomh Columba vs Downings and Robert Emmets vs Killybegs.