Donegal and Sligo’s U21 footballers are both involved in big championship games this evening.
Donegal and Tyrone clash for the third time in a week, with an U21 quarter-final replay in Ballybofey this evening.
The sides drew 14 points apiece last Wednesday after extra-time in Omagh, while the Donegal seniors beat the Red Hand county in the league by six points at the weekend.
The counties’ minor and U17 sides also clash in the Ulster Leagues this Saturday in Omagh.
Throw-in tonight is at 8pm in Mac Cumhaill Park, with the winners advancing to play Cavan in the semi-finals next Wednesday.
Armagh and Derry clash in the other semi-final.
The hurlers of Donegal and Tyrone also clash tonight at 8pm.
There re-fixed Allianz League Division 3A game – the original match was postponed at the start of March – has been switched to the Garvaghey Centre in Tyrone, having originally be set to take place at Omagh’s Healy Park.
In Connacht, Sligo and Roscommon clash in the semi-finals in Kiltoom this evening.
Paul Taylor’s Sligo side is likely to include senior panellists like Kyle Cawley, Gerard O’Kelly-Lynch, Patrick O’Connor, Luke Nicholson and Darragh Cummins.
The sides also clashed in last year’s championship, with Roscommon winning by 1-18 to 0-8 in Markievicz.
The winning side tonight will take on either Galway or Mayo in the final – they clash at the weekend.
Throw-in in Roscommon is at 7.30pm.
There will be live updates from both games on Ocean FM.