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Donegal crowned Ulster champions after beating Fermanagh

Ryan McHugh celebrates scoring with Patrick McBrearty. Credit: INPHO
  • Donegal 2-18 - 0-12 Fermanagh

Donegal have been crowned 2018 Ulster champions after defeating Fermanagh in the GAA senior football final at St Tiernach's Park on Sunday.

Even with a disallowed goal, Declan Bonner's side managed to secure a safe victory over the Erne Men in Clones - with a final score of two-eighteen to twelve points.

Tír Conaill now take the Anglo-Celt Cup back to the hills of Donegal after a four-year absence.

Arlene Foster was at the game to cheer on Fermanagh, marking the first time a DUP leader has attended the Ulster final.

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