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Summary

  1. Fermanagh 0-9 Donegal 0-15 (R)

Live Reporting

By Cian Murtagh

All times stated are UK

  1. Roll on the semi-finals

    Fermanagh 0-9 Donegal 0-15 (res)

    So the semi-final line up for this year's Ulster SFC is now complete with Cavan playing Armagh while Tyrone must face Donegal.

    You can read about Donegal's dogged win today from our man at Brewster Park John Haughey and there is lots more reaction and analysis over on the BBC Sport NI website.

    We'll be back next week to do it all over again!

  2. 'Very disappointing from Fermanagh'

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    Donegal and Fermanagh fans deliver their analysis from Brewster Park.

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    Video caption: 'A boring, boring game' - Fans' views of Fermanagh against Donegal
  3. 'You have to be patient against Fermanagh'

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    Donegal manager Declan Bonner says his side produced a "controlled performance" to get the better of Fermanagh and progress to the Ulster semi-finals.

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    Video caption: Donegal manager Declan Bonner
  4. Donegal experience shows

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    Brendan Devenney

    Former Donegal forward on Radio Ulster

    Quote Message: Donegal have learnt how to see out games like these over the last few years and they showed that experience here today. Credit to Fermanagh for their effort and they will be a real danger for any team in the qualifiers
  5. Donegal 'had to be patient' in gritty Fermanagh win - Brennan

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    Video caption: Donegal 'had to be patient' in gritty Fermanagh win - Brennan
  6. Tyrone next up for Donegal

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    So an Ulster semi-final against Mickey Harte's Tyrone is the reward for Donegal today.

    BBC GAA pundits Oisin McConville and Martin Clarke are divided on who will win it.

    "Tyrone are still the favourites for me," says Oisin.

    "I think Donegal have shown something today. Tyrone have played two Division Four teams so far but Donegal will be a step up," counters Martin.

  7. Long-range scoring was vital

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    Brendan Devenney

    Former Donegal forward on Radio Ulster

    Quote Message: The wind seemed to swirl around in the first half but Donegal showed a real ability to get scores from out the field in the second half. I really admire Fermanagh today for restricting Donegal for so long but once it started to open up, the class began to show.
  8. Phenomenal Fermanagh effort

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    Ryan McCluskey

    Former Fermanagh defender on Radio Ulster

    Quote Message: A phenomenal effort by Fermanagh today. I'm disappointed by a few decisions by referee Joe McQuillan but then I would say that!
  9. Brennan comes of age

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    Brendan Devenney

    Former Donegal forward on Radio Ulster

    Quote Message: Jamie Brennan has really come of age today, you talk about your Paddy McBreartys and your Michael Murphys but Brennan has taken his chances really well today

    The Donegal wing-forward finished with four points from play today.

  10. Donegal march on

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    The scoreline flatters Donegal a little as Fermanagh had to abandon their defensive tactics in the final 10 minutes but a deserved win nonetheless.

    Tyrone await.

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    Image caption: Result
  11. Donegal pull away

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    Jamie Brennan strokes over another score with aplomb.

    Suddenly Fermanagh need two goals to tie this game and Donegal are exploiting the spaces that they are leaving behind.

  12. Five point lead

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    Smooth as you like, Michael Murphy... you know the rest.

  13. Fermanagh clutching at straws?

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    Ryan McCluskey

    Former Fermanagh defender on Radio Ulster

    Quote Message: Fermanagh are clutching at straws now. They need to get men forward and get the ball up there but it's not looking too good for them now.
  14. Fermanagh four down

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    Frank McGlynn is on for Donegal and charges forward before finding Niall O'Donnell, who selflessly feeds Paddy McBrearty and he is able to fist over a simple score

  15. Vital stop by McHugh

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    Daniel Teague, who was withdrawn at half time, is back on the field for Fermanagh and he suddenly finds himself in space with a sight of goal.

    Donegal keeper Shaun Patton tries to close the gap but Teague gets his shot away and Ryan McHugh rescues his side by getting a vital hand on the effort.

    Was that the chance?

  16. Free out

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    Niall Cassidy is the latest defender to come surging forward as Fermanagh desperately look for openings.

    He goes to ground just in front of the posts but Donegal win a free out. Fermanagh need to make something happen.

  17. Donegal sent skittling

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    Che Cullen rampages upfield, sending Donegal defenders skittling as he goes before winning a free.

    Conall Jones makes no mistake this time.

  18. Four-point gap

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    How did he find the space for that? Michael Langan juggles the ball but finds a hint of an opening and squeezes a shot just inside the posts.

    Daylight for Donegal.

  19. Jones leaves it short

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    Conall Jones would love to take that one again.

    The Fermanagh full-forward lines up a gimme free but he drops it short of the posts!

    Donegal punish that as Ciaran Thompson fires another long-range score. A demoralising passage for play for the hosts.

  20. Donegal just cannot shake off Fermanagh

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    John Haughey

    BBC Sport NI at Brewster Park

    Donegal looked like they were going to pull away as they kicked those wind-assisted points at the start of the second half but Fermanagh are still right in this game. If it remains this close going into the last few minutes, it will get very nervy for Donegal.