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Live Reporting

Alvin McCaig

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    That's all for now. This quarter-final promised so much after the opening 35 minutes but fizzled out in the second half. Donegal book a semi-final date with Monaghan while Fermanagh face Wexford in the qualifiers. We'll be back next Sunday for live coverage of the first semi-final between Tyrone and Cavan.   

  2. Gallagher looking forward to Monaghan semi

    Donegal manager Rory Gallagher said: "We were disappointed to lose Neil to a red card as he is one of our leaders.

    "I felt we should have been more than two ahead at half-time but we dug ourselves out of it and now plan ahead for meeting Monaghan in the semi-finals"

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    Oisin McConville

    BBC Sport NI pundit

    Quote Message: Fermanagh missing the penalty before half-time was crucial. Donegal's superior experience and know-how was decisive in the second half but they have to improve if they want to win the Ulster title.
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    Martin McHugh

    BBC Sport NI pundit

    Quote Message: Fermanagh never looked like winning - they never pushed forward. They need to change their style of football as they will never win anything playing the way they did today.
  5. Donegal prevail

    Full-time: Donegal 2-12 0-11 Fermanagh

    Colm McFadden's free completes the scoring and 14-man Donegal secure a five-point win. The game fizzled out after an exciting first half and Fermangh will be disappointed they could not capitalise with the extra man.  

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    70+2 Donegal 2-11 0-11 Fermanagh

    Eoin McHugh adds to Donegal's tally with a sweetly struck point

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    Paddy Bradley

    BBC Sport NI pundit

    Quote Message: The stop-start nature of the last five minutes suits Donegal - they are running the clock down.
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    65 mins Donegal 2-10 0-11 Fermanagh

    Five minutes left and Tomas Corrigan's free leaves Fermanagh five back

  9. Missed opportunity

    60 mins Donegal 2-10 0-10 Fermanagh

    Ryan Jones is clear on the Donegal goal but can only fire over - that really had to be a three-pointer

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    58 mins Donegal 2-10 0-9 Fermangh

    Tomas Corrigan free for Fermanagh, who need a goal to get them back in this game

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    57 mins Donegal 2-10 0-8

    It's all so easy now - an unmarked Martin McElhinney slips it over

  12. Deja vu

    53 mins Donegal 2-9 0-8 Fermanagh

    Paddy McBrearty splits the uprights and there's seven between the teams. Is this going to be a fifth straight one-sided outcome in the championship?

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    51 mins Donegal 2-8 0-8 Fermanagh

    Martin O'Reilly slices through the Fermanagh midfield before slotting over

  14. Goal Odhran MacNiallais

    45 mins Donegal 2-7 0-8 Fermanagh

    MacNiallais with his second goal, palming in from close range to finish a superb Donegal move. Fermanagh defender Che Cullen is black-carded seconds later for a foul on Michael Murphy. 

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    44 mins Donegal 1-7 0-8 Fermanagh

    Michael Murphy has not been at his brilliant best today but he curls over a free to put Donegal two in front

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    Crossmaglen's Hanratty likes the look of former team-mate McConville

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    39 mins Donegal 1-6 0-8 Fermanagh

    First blood of the second half to Fermanagh, courtesy of a Tomas Corrigan free

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  19. Donegal switch

    Christy Toye is a half-time introduction for Donegal, replacing the yellow-carded Leo McLoone

  20. Fermanagh impress McConville

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    Video caption: Oisin McConville