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Summary

  1. Result: Derry 0-11 Tyrone 0-22
  2. Tyrone play Donegal in semi-finals

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By Lyle Jackson and Ruairi Cunningham

All times stated are UK

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  1. Over and out

    That's all from Celtic Park where it was all too easy for Tyrone. Next week there may be more of a competitive edge as Down go head-to-head with Armagh at Pairc Esler in Newry in the third quarter-final of the 2017 Ulster Championship.

    We will be there to bring you the action as it happens - thanks for following with us today.

  2. Strength in depth

    Tyrone boss Mickey Harte stresses the importance of having a strong squad after watching his team beat Derry 0-22 to 0-11 in the Ulster Championship.

    Darren McCurry and Lee Brennan were among the players who came off the Red Hands bench to score at Celtic Park.

    Harte's side will play Donegal in the semi-finals.

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    Video caption: Mickey Harte's Tyrone are the Ulster Championship holders
  3. What they said

    Derry 0-11 Tyrone 0-22

    Quote Message: Our early scores took the fizz out of the game. From our point of view, it is job done but we know it is not going to be like this in the semi-final against Donegal at Clones. They blew us out of the water in the league. from Sean Cavanagh Tyrone forward
    Sean CavanaghTyrone forward
  4. What they said

    Derry 0-11 Tyrone 0-22

    Quote Message: We hit our targets in terms of the scores we wanted to get in each half. We had to weather a storm to a degree at the start of the second half but got the game under control again. from Mickey Harte Tyrone manager
    Mickey HarteTyrone manager
  5. Match reaction

    Derry 0-11 Tyrone 0-22

    Martin McHugh

    BBC pundit

    Quote Message: It was an easy victory for Tyrone - they were not really tested. From Derry's point of view, it's disappointing.
  6. Full-time

    Tyrone ease through and will play Donegal in a mouth-watering semi-final.

    Derry v Tyrone Result
    Image caption: Derry v Tyrone Result
  7. Tyrone power through

    Derry 0-11 Tyrone 0-22

    Shane McGuigan gets a free for Derry but Colm Cavanagh replies for Tyrone.

    Carlus McWilliams scores for Derry - and Tyrone's young sub Lee Brennan scores from a free and from play.

  8. Tyrone lead by 10

    Derry 0-9 Tyrone 0-19

    A sublime strike by Darren McCurry extends Tyrone's lead to double figures. A third score for McCurry who is staking his claim for a starting place in the semi-finals.

  9. Post update

    Derry 0-9 Tyrone 0-18

    Derry get their first point in over 20 minutes as Niall Loughlin puts over a free but Conol McCann advances to clip a left-footed effort over the bar for Tyrone.

    Substitute Declan McClure becomes to ninth different scorer on the Tyrone side.

  10. Bench marks

    Derry 0-8 Tyrone 0-16

    Ardboe man David Mulgrew quickly makes his mark with a point from play and another sub Darren McCurry pushes to gap out to eight points.

  11. Black card

    Derry 0-8 Tyrone 0-14

    Tyrone substitute Frank Burns will play no further part after being deemed guilty of sneaky hand trip. So David Mulgrew gets the chance to show what he can bring to the party.

  12. Three points in three minutes

    Derry 0-8 Tyrone 0-14

    Peter Harte converts a 45 after a fine block by defender Niall Keenan had prevented a goal.

    Sean Cavanagh adds another free and Tyrone sub Darren McCurry gets a point from play - is Derry's mini-revival over?

  13. Post update

    Derry 0-8 Tyrone 0-11

    Benny Heron's left-foot free continues Derry's heartening start to the second half. Tyrone's advantage down to three now with 30 minutes to go.

  14. Four in it

    Derry 0-7 Tyrone 0-11

    Enda Lynn turns down the option of going for goal and settles for putting it over the bar. Derry now four behind.

  15. Post update

    Derry 0-6 Tyrone 0-11

    Derry's Niall Keenan slots over the opening point of the second half but Sean Cavanagh replies with is first score form play.

  16. Substitution

    Derry 0-5 Tyrone 0-10

    Ronan McNabb on for Conor Myler in the Tyrone team.

  17. St Paul's providing fun for all ages

    Club Call visits St Paul's to see Under-12 camogs and Under-10 footballers playing in the annual Jim Nelson Memorial Tournament.

    Based on Shaw's Road in west Belfast, the thriving St Paul's is in its 76th year, catering for all wishing to play football, hurling, camogie and handball.

    Contact us on the BBC Championship Facebook page or on twitter@bbcchampionship to let us know what's happening in your club.

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    Video caption: St Paul's GAA club in Belfast providing fun for all ages
  18. Post update

    Half-time score
    Image caption: Half-time score
  19. Half-time

    Derry 0-5 Tyrone 0-10

    Niall Loughlin converts a free but his Derry side trail by five at the interval.

  20. In for free

    Derry 0-4 Tyrone 0-10

    A fifth free for Sean Cavanagh - Derry are being made to pay for too many fouls. We're in stoppage time.