Donegal Minor Ladies team kicked off 2022 with a win against Fermanagh in a challenge game as they prepare for the Ulster Championship.
The ladies travelled to Belcoo in Fermanagh and played very well in challenging conditions.
The half-time score was level but Donegal showed their class in the second half and eased to victory.
Donegal will travel to Sligo for a second challenge match as they work to getting up to full strength before their Ulster Championship campaign which starts at the beginning of February.
The format for the competition is a round-robin format in which Donegal are in section A with Tyrone, Cavan, Monaghan and Antrim.
Donegal squad: Aoibheann McGarrigle (Aodh Ruadh), Aimee Boyle (Ardara), Chloe McDaid, Bonnie McLaughlin (Buncrana), Caitlin McCann (Burt), Amy Porter (Carndonagh), Codie Walsh (Convoy), Tara Geoghegan (Dungloe), Iseult Ní Mhathúna (Fanad Gaels), Ellen Canavan, Holly Roarty (Four Masters), Isla Ní Ghallachóir (Gaoth Dobhair), Brenda Carr, Jamie-Lee McMahon (Glenfin), Leah Cunningham (Killybegs), Louise Doherty (Letterkenny Gaels), Abigail Temple-Asokuh, Serena McCrossan (MacCumhaills), Sophie Murphy (Malin), Aine Docherty (Milford), Shannon Leech (Moville), Tara Breslin (Naomh Columba), Aoife Doohan (Naomh Michael), Niamh Harkin (Naomh Padraig, Muff), Aoibheann O’Connell, Aobha Pasoma (Na Dúnaibh), Emma Neeson (Red Hughs), Abbie McGranaghan (Robert Emmets), Sophie McFeely, Clodagh Ní Shíoráin, Hannah Hopkins (St Eunans), Niamh Brown (St Nauls), Jenny McGettigan, Jodie McFadden (Termon), Caoimhe Doherty (Urris).