Termon ladies set for final fling

Termon ladies set for final fling
Termon have the chance on Sunday in Tuam, Co Galway, to become the first ever Donegal side to win the Tesco Homegrown All-Ireland senior football club championship when they face Mourneabbey from Cork, throw-in 2pm.

Termon have the chance on Sunday in Tuam, Co Galway, to become the first ever Donegal side to win the Tesco Homegrown All-Ireland senior football club championship when they face Mourneabbey from Cork, throw-in 2pm.

St Eunan’s are the only other side from the county to reach the national showpiece, only to see their 1996 vintage go down to Shelmaliers from Wexford.

Francie Friel, the Termon manager, has a clean bill of health with the Burn Road outfit having defeated Killkeerin/Clonberne from Galway 3-11 to 2-12 in the semi-final.

Termon’s Geraldine McLaughlin has scored a mammoth 19 goals and 31 points in the club’s six championship outings this year.

See a full preview ahead of Sunday’s final in Thursday’s Donegal Democrat.