Donegal will look to win the McKenna Cup for the first time since 2010 this weekend.
They play old rivals Tyrone in Armagh’s Athletic Grounds in tomorrow’s final at 6pm.
Captain Hugh McFadden says that Donegal will be determined to lift trophy…
Donegal defender Eamonn Doherty says that the players will welcome the extra game that this competition provides…
There is also plenty at stake for Sligo and Fermanagh in Sunday’s rescheduled Allianz League tie in Markievicz Park.
A win for Rory Gallagher’s side would see them join Armagh on six points at the top of the table, while a win for the Yeats men would take them alongside Fermanagh, Longford and Westmeath on four points each.
Both of those games will be live on Ocean FM this weekend.