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  1. Donegal 2-18 Fermanagh 0-12 (R)
  2. Fermanagh into fourth round of qualifiers
  3. Donegal win Anglo-Celt Cup for first time since 2014
  4. Donegal into inaugural All-Ireland Super 8s
  5. Under-20 final Armagh 0-14 Derry 2-15 (R)

Live Reporting

By Michael Morrow

All times stated are UK

  1. Congratulations Donegal

    Fermanagh 0-12 Donegal 2-18

    Donegal are the 2018 Ulster SFC champions and there's no doubt that they deserve it.

    The Leinster and Ulster champions will meet in the first match of the Super 8s. Assuming Dublin get past Laois today, a Dublin-Donegal opener is a mouth-watering prospect.

    A championship with a few drubbings, a few shocks, a giant killing and a Donegal win. Onwards to the 2019 Ulster Senior Football Championship.

    Thanks for joining us.

  2. Ryan McHugh was the difference - Gallagher

    Fermanagh 0-12 Donegal 2-18

    Quote Message: We were beaten by a better team. We didn't perform anywhere near the level we are capable of and nerves got the better of us at the start. We had to go for it in the second half. Seamus Quigley was fully fit but we wanted to go for a bit more mobility in the full-forward line. The big thing today was our inability to shut Ryan McHugh down. from Rory Gallagher Fermanagh manager
    Rory GallagherFermanagh manager
  3. McGrath: We have a conveyor belt of talent

    Fermanagh 0-12 Donegal 2-18

    Quote Message: It's fantastic to have another chance at Ulster. It's my fourth medal and i'm absolutely delighted. We had a young team and it was a matter of blooding them and showing them that we can compete in Ulster every year. it's great to see youth coming through, us older guys are happy to see that because we need to see them coming through. We have a conveyor belt of talent in Donegal. This team can go on, we've shown the football we can play. from Paddy McGrath Donegal and Ardara
    Paddy McGrathDonegal and Ardara
  4. 'This is where we want to be' - Bonner

    Fermanagh 0-12 Donegal 2-18

    Quote Message: This is where we want to be. We want to be challenging with the best, we'll enjoy tonight and get back to it tomorrow or maybe Tuesday. We've got some big challenges coming up but we will look forward to them. from Declan Bonner Donegal manager
    Declan BonnerDonegal manager
  5. Donegal 'crowdpleasers'

    Fermanagh 0-12 Donegal 2-18

    Martin Clarke

    BBC Sport NI pundit

    Quote Message: Donegal are fantastic to watch. They have young players coming through to complement the older more experienced hands in the squad. They have proven themselves the best team in Ulster even if they haven't come up against the counties most of us would consider the other best teams in the province, Tyrone and Monaghan.
  6. 'We're back again!'

    Fermanagh 0-12 Donegal 2-18

    Michael Murphy is up the steps, script in hand and smile on face (and blood on jersey). Donegal fans and flags are on the field in a sea of yellow and green.

    He lifts the Anglo-Celt Cup and bellows into the mic: "We are back again"

    How right he is. Congratulations to Donegal.

  7. 'Donegal winning with style'

    Fermanagh 0-12 Donegal 2-18

    Oisin McConville

    BBC Sport NI pundit

    Quote Message: Donegal had a reputation for stifling players but Declan Bonner's great achievement as manager has been to encourage players to express themselves. There is still a certain amount of solidity about them but the team which was formerly known as defensive look very comfortable in their new role as entertainers.
  8. What happens now?

    Fermanagh 0-12 Donegal 2-18

    Donegal head into the Super 8s where some big challenges await. Make no mistake though, they will go into any game with a belief that they have the personnel and the system to match anyone.

    Time will tell on that one. But lets allow them to enjoy today, shall we? All we can say is, this side look a far cry from the side that was hammered by Tyrone in the semi-final last year.

    It's the back door for Fermanagh, they've thrown everything at Ulster but today proved to be one step too far for the Ernemen.

  9. Can Fermanagh regroup?

    Fermanagh 0-12 Donegal 2-18

    Martin McHugh

    BBC Sport NI pundit

    Quote Message: Fermanagh have had a good year - beating Monaghan was maybe their Ulster final. They may find it hard to recover but they must try and regroup as they are only one match away from a place in the Super 8s.
  10. The Anglo-Celt awaits

    Fermanagh 0-12 Donegal 2-18

    Cian Murtagh

    BBC Sport NI at St Tiernach's Park

    Fermanagh manager Rory Gallagher has just made the walk down the sideline to shake hands with Declan Bonner and congratulate him.

    A job well done by Bonner, they've won an Ulster final by double scores - that's no easy feat.


    Fermanagh 0-12 Donegal 2-18

    Donegal have won at a canter and are deservedly the 2018 Ulster champions.

  12. Get the ribbons ready

    Fermanagh 0-12 Donegal 2-17

    Mark McHugh is off the bench and on the scoresheet for Donegal. We are into five minutes of added time.

    Michael Murphy will surely as this point be going over his trophy-lifting technique in his head.

    It's the big forward who just runs away from four defenders and fists over, another high scoring win for Donegal.

  13. 'Dublin still the benchmark'

    Fermanagh 0-12 Donegal 2-15

    Martin McHugh

    BBC Sport NI pundit

    Quote Message: If you had told Donegal before the start of the Championship that they would win Ulster without facing and beating either Monaghan or Tyrone they would scarcely have believed you. Now they have bagged the Ulster title they will concentrate on targeting Dublin. That is the really big test for them as Dublin are still the team to beat in Ireland. Will they be as open against Dublin in Croke Park? We'll have to wait and see.
  14. Quigley giving Fermanagh something to smile about

    Fermanagh 0-12 Donegal 2-15

    Seamus Quigley scores a phenomenal point, winning a high ball turning onto his unfavoured left and swinging it over the bar.

    There are Fermanagh fans headed for the exits but those still in the ground will surely have appreciated that one.

    Cian Mulligan goes up the other end and slots one over the bar, calm as you like.

    Quigley adds a long range free with about a minute of regular time remaining.

  15. Donegal far from a two man attack

    Fermanagh 0-10 Donegal 2-14

    Thompson adds his third of the day before Jamie Brennan finally receives some reward for all his hard yards as he points.

    Donegal looking good and it's not Murphy and McBrearty terrorising Fermanagh either. It's the entire team, which bodes well as they look towards the Super 8s.

  16. Donegal ticking over

    Fermanagh 0-09 Donegal 2-11

    With just over 10 minutes to go Ciaran Thompson re-establishes Donegal's eight point lead. They are not allowing short kick-outs in this half, pushing five players into the full forward line and it pays off as Michael Langan claims the kick out but fires wide.

  17. Clones action

    Fermanagh 0-09 Donegal 2-10

    Donegal and Fermanagh action from Clones
    Image caption: Jamie Brennan comes under pressure from Eoin Donnelly during the Ulster SFC final at Clones
  18. Jones sent off

    Fermanagh 0-09 Donegal 2-10

    Ryan Jones is sent off for a second yellow, this time a flailing arm on Paddy McGrath. His tackle was where the ball was but as McGrath ran through at speed his arms goes up around the neck. Seems a tad harsh but a big blow to Fermanagh.

    Moments earlier his brother Conall had added a point.

  19. Fermanagh pooch-ing forward

    Fermanagh 0-06 Donegal 2-10

    Biggest cheer of the half so far goes to a dog that has just run onto the pitch. The pup is the first thing to go into Donegal's net today before Sean Quigley shows his soft side by carrying it off the field and handing it to a young spectator.

    Back to the football, Michael Murphy pops over a free.

  20. Superb points

    Fermanagh 0-08 Donegal 2-09

    Eoghan Ban Gallagher is enjoying his day out there as he drives through the Fermanagh midfield at speed before laying it off to Ciaran Thompson who swings a lovely point over the black spot.

    Point of the day so far.

    Barry Mulrone responds in kind, cutting in for a lovely point.