Derry and Down set up Ulster SHC hurling semi-final
Derry were too strong for Donegal and Down saw off Armagh to book their spots in next Sunday's Ulster Senior Hurling Championship semi-final at Celtic Park.
Donegal made Derry fight all the way at their home ground, before the Oak Leafers ran out 3-17 to 5-7 victors.
Down and Armagh were level at 1-10 to 2-7 at the break but Caolan Baille netted a second-half hat-trick of goals as his side triumphed 5-20 to 3-14.
The winners of the semi-final will face Antrim in the final on 12 July.
Derry were 1-11 to 2-4 in front at the interval in their game, with Kevin Campbell finding the net twice for the visitors.
Kevin Hinphey, Alan Grant and Brendan Douban notched the goals for the winners.