ULSTER FINAL: Joy for Donegal's minors but Tyrone win senior final

ULSTER FINAL DAY IN CLONES

ULSTER FINAL: Joy for Donegal's minors but Tyrone win senior final

Tyrone ended hopes of a Donegal double success in Clones on Sunday when two late points gave them a narrow win over Donegal in the Ulster Senior Final.

The game was level in injury time but late scores from Peter Harte and substitute Kieran McGeary gave Tyrone a famous victory, their first since 2010. It finished 0-13 to 0-11 in favour of Mickey Harte's side.

Earlier Donegal held on for a memorable win over Derry in the minor final.

Sean Paul Barrett's side won by 2-10 to 1-11 with goals in either half from JD Boyle and Nathan Boyle.

Rory Gallagher's senior side will find out their opponents in the qualifiers when the draw is made on Monday morning. They will meet either Mayo or Cork.

See Monday's Democrat/DPP for comprehensive coverage of the action in Clones.