Donegal 0-16 Derry 0-15
Patrick McBrearty scored a sensational late winner as Donegal edged out Derry in the Ulster Championship quarter-final this afteroon.
Derry made a fine start to the game and were 0-6 to 0-2 ahead after 22 minutes.
Donegal did raise their game in the second quarter, with Michael Langan notching a lovely double but they still trailed by a point at the break.
HT: Donegal 0-6 Derry 0-7
Caolan McGonagle got Donegal back on level terms but Derry were really impressive and they were four points ahead by the 48th minute.
Michael Murphy came on and scored a free for Donegal and they gradually started to kick scores and they were level by the 61st minute after a great brace from Niall O’Donnell.
Ciaran McFaul and Murphy swapped points before Patrick McBrearty pushed Donegal ahead with a free in the 71st minute.
Shane McGuigan equalised but McBrearty had the final say with a superb late winner.
Donegal take on Tyrone in the semi-final next Sunday in Enniskillen.