The Ulster final between Donegal and Derry has gone to extra-time as both sides were level after 73 minutes.
Derry took a two point lead in at half time at 1-6 to 0-7, courtesy of a Niall Loughlin goal, which was the first score of the game.
But Donegal levelled instantly in the second half through an Odhran McFadden-Ferry goal, and soon took the lead for the first time in the game.
A Shane McGuigan free brought Derry level with 10 minutes to go and neither side could find a winner as they scored 1-12 each.
Donegal: Shaun Patton; Caolan Ward, Brendan McCole, Stephen McMenamin, Ryan McHugh (0-1), Eoghan Ban Gallagher, Odhran McFadden-Ferry (1-0), Caolan McGonagle, Jason McGee, Peadar Mogan (0-3), Shane O’Donnell (0-2), Michael Langan (0-1), Patrick McBrearty (0-2f), Michael Murphy (0-2), Jamie Brennan.
Subs: Conor O’Donnell for Brennan (58 mins), Aaron Doherty for McFadden-Ferry (63 mins), Niall O’Donnell for Shane O’Donnell
Derry: Odhran Lynch; Christopher McKaigue, Brendan Rogers (0-2), Conor McCloskey, Conor Doherty (0-1), Gareth McKinless, Padraig McGrogan, Conor Glass, Niall Toner, Paul Cassidy (0-1), Shea Downey (0-1), Ethan Doherty, Benny Heron, Shane McGuigan (0-3,2f), Niall Loughlin (1-2,1f).
Subs: Emmett Bradley for Loughlin (47 mins), Ben McCarron for Toner (68 mins), Paul McNeill for Downey (72 mins)