Thanks very much for following the action with us. We're back on Saturday night for the second semi-final between Down and Monaghan at the Athletic Grounds in Armagh. See you then.
- Tyrone 1-21 Donegal 1-12 (Res)
- Down v Monaghan in other semi on 24 June
- Derry beat Antrim in Minor semi-final
Tyrone boss is impressed as his side impressively see off Donegal by nine points in the Ulster Championship semi-final. The holders won 1-21 to 1-12 at Clones to book their place in the provincial final. Monaghan or Down will be their opponents on 16 July.
- Quote Message: We defended too deep and Tyrone picked us off easily in the first half. Once they got the goal it became a real uphill task. We looked a young and inexperienced team at times. from Rory Gallagher Donegal manager
Two-part landmark Irish language series, in which Jarlath Burns explores the untold story of the evolution of the Gaelic games in Ulster and the role the games played at the heart of community life.
It is a story about people, passion and place, of parish and province, and a story of identity.
In the second and final episode, Jarlath examines the impact of the Troubles on Gaelic games in Ulster, and how the games have regenerated in the province in the last two decades.
- Quote Message: The team can play good football. We have done it in spells over the last couple of years but today we were consistent across the game. We did take mistakes but we were able to overcome them. from Mickey Harte Tyrone manager
- Quote Message: It was a free-flowing game and there were plenty of good scores. Donegal kept plugging away but we kept our distance on the scoreboard. from Padraig Hampsey Tyrone
Patrick McBrearty's free is the last kick of the game.
Tyrone go through to the Ulster final where they will play Down or Monaghan.
Tyrone keeper Niall Morgan casually slots over a 45 after Darren McCurry's goal attempt was blocked out.
Declan McClure points for Tyrone, Michael Langan replies for Donegal.
Michael Langan hoists an impressive point from play for Donegal. They will need that sort of quality for the qualifiers.
Paddy McBrearty tags on another for his fifth score of the day.
Michael Carroll gets a goal to give Donegal a three-point boost but two of those points quickly disappear as Ronan O'Neill and Niall Sludden score for Tyrone.
Michael Murphy converts a straightforward free for Donegal but Niall Sludden replies with his third point of the day.
Donegal keeper Mark Anthony McGinley makes a good save to deny Rory Brennan a goal.
At the other end, Paddy McBrearty takes his personal tally to four points.
Kieran McGeary pops over another point for dominant Tyrone. In stark contrast Donegal have not scored in more than 30 minutes' play.
Within seconds McGeary fists over is third of the afternoon. If this was a boxing match....
No letting up from Tyrone - two-time All Star Mattie Donnelly's left foot adds a point to Tyrone's telling tally.
Another fine score for Tyrone, as Mark Bradley turns on to his left to score.
But that's the end of Bradley's involvement as he is shown a black card by referee David Gough. Darren McCurry is a more than able replacement.
Paddy McBrearty lands a score from play to give Donegal a much-needed point. Problem is, it is only their sixth of the match
Former Derry star on BBC2's The Championship
It is a matter of damage limitation now. Donegal don't want this to be a stuffing match.
Tieran McCann gets the first goal - despite not making proper contact. This is nothing short of a nightmare for Donegal - nine points in arrears. Who would have predicted that?