Donegal’s Stephen McMenamin with Tyrone trio of Ryan Loughran, Paul Donaghy and David Mulgrew.
Source: Presseye/Lorcan Doherty/INPHO
THERE WAS NO separating Tyrone and Donegal in the EirGrid Ulster U21 football championship tonight with Lee Brennan converting a ’45 to rescue a draw for the home side in extra-time in Healy Park in Omagh.
Eoghan Ban Gallagher had put Donegal on the brink of victory before Brennan responded with the levelling score as the teams finished all square at 0-14 apiece.
Donegal were ahead 0-5 to 0-4 at the midway mark of normal time but Tyrone moved ahead 0-9 to 0-7 during the second half with David Mulgrew impressing.
Michael Langan (2) and Tony McCleneghan pushed Donegal ahead by a point before Tyrone went in front thanks to points from Johnny Harkin and Brennan.
Yet Langan knocked over the point to ties the teams at 0-11 apiece, sending the game into extra-time where a winner could not be found.
#EirGridGAA #UlsterU21 Football C'ship replay – @officialdonegal v @TyroneGAALive in Ballybofey next Wednesday night
— Ulster GAA (@UlsterGAA) March 15, 2017
Source: Ulster GAA/Twitter
In Inniskeen, Derry knocked out reigning champions Monaghan by 3-10 to 1-11.
Jamie Donaghy’s first-half goal helped Derry go ahead and they hit the net twice in the second half to forge ahead, while goalkeeper Ben McKinless also made a crucial penalty save.
Congratulation's to our Under 21 team & management on a fantastic victory over Monaghan. #UlsterU21 #EirGridGAA #CandC
— Derry GAA (@Doiregaa) March 15, 2017
Source: Derry GAA/Twitter
Cavan destroyed Fermanagh in Brewster Park, Enniskillen as they ran out victors by 21 points. They were ahead 0-10 to 0-3 at the break before second-half goals from Conor Smith and Peter Corrigan piled on the agony for Fermanagh.
Full Time Cavan: 2-19(25)
— Official Cavan GAA (@CavanCoBoardGaa) March 15, 2017
Source: Official Cavan GAA/Twitter
Finally Armagh saw off Down by seven points – 2-13 to 0-12 – at the Athletic Grounds to book a semi-final spot.
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Down’s Piaras Kane and Aidan Rushe of Armagh
Source: Presseye/Philip Magowan/INPHO
Shea Loye was their star man as he scored 2-7 with 2-4 of that total coming from play. Armagh were ahead 0-7 to 0-5 at the interval and stretched further ahead of Down in the second half.
Shea Loye was my Player of the Match as Armagh beat Down by 7 points in the #EirGridGAA #ULSTERU21 on an emotional night for the home squad. pic.twitter.com/ZBI0H0nore
— Jerome Quinn (@JeromeQuinn) March 15, 2017
Source: Jerome Quinn/Twitter
EirGrid Ulster U21 Football Championship
Armagh 2-13 Down 0-12
Cavan 2-19 Fermanagh 0-4
Derry 3-10 Monaghan 1-11
Tyrone 0-14 Donegal 0-14 (after extra-time)
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