Armagh’s Athletic Grounds will host Monday’s Ulster U21 Football Championship final between Donegal and Derry.
The Ulster Council announced details of the match this afternoon, following last night’s rescheduled semi-finals.
The game will throw-in at 8pm, and the winners will go forward to face Dublin in the All-Ireland semi-finals at 2.30pm on Saturday week.
If Donegal prevail, the semi-final will take place in Cavan’s Kingspan Breffni Park, while Armagh’s Athletic Grounds will also be the venue if it is Derry versus Donegal.
Donegal put in a clinical performance to reach the Ulster Under-21 football Championship final last night.
Declan Bonner’s side scored from 20 of their 23 shots and kicked just three wides in a comprehensive 3-17 to 0-13 win over Cavan at Brewster Park in Enniskillen.
Cian Mulligan, Micheál Carroll and Caolan McGonagle got the Donegal goals, while Lorcan Connor and Stephen McBrearty hit 11 points between them.
Derry beat Armagh in extra time at Celtic Park.
It ended Derry 0-20 Armagh 1-15, after finishing 0-14 to 1-11 at full-time.