St. Eunan’s will face Watty Graham’s Glen in the first round of the Ulster Senior Football Club Championship on Sunday 21st November at 1.30pm in O’Donnell Park.
The Letterkenny side beat reigning champions Naomh Conaill 1-11 to 0-04 in Sunday’s final to secure their first senior county title since 2014.
They will face Watty Graham’s Glen from Derry, who won their first county title on Sunday when they defeated Slaughtneil, who had won 5 of the previous 7 Derry Championships, 1-13 to 0-07.
The two sides will battle it out in the first round on Sunday week for a place in the Ulster SFC quarter-final against Scotstown of Monaghan.
The winner’s of next weekend’s Intermediate final replay between Dungloe and Cloughaneely will face Steelstown of Derry at O’Donnell Park on Saturday 20th November at 1.30pm.
Meanwhile, the winners of the JFC final between Letterkenny Gaels and Downings will face Aughlisnafin of Down at Páirc Esler at 1.30 on Sunday 28th November.
St. Eunan’s hurlers will face Craobh Rua of Armagh in the Ulster Junior Hurling Championship in the Athletic Grounds at 4pm on Saturday 27th November.