FIXTURES: TG4 Ulster Championship swings into action with crucial Senior and Junior games

THERE are crucial games down for decision over the weekend as the TG4 Ulster Senior and Junior Championships get underway.

At Kingspan Breffni on Saturday, there’s a cracking double-header as the men and women of Donegal and Tyrone prepare to battle it out.

Donegal are champions in both codes and Maxi Curran’s ladies will take on Tyrone, the 2018 TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate Champions, at 2.45pm.

Tyrone are making their return to the senior ranks after landing silverware at Croke Park last September, and the winners of this clash will face Cavan in the semi-finals on June 15.

On Sunday, attention switches to the Athletic Grounds in Armagh, where there are two potentially excellent games on the agenda.

At 5pm, Antrim and Fermanagh clash in the Junior semi-final, and this game is a repeat of the Lidl NFL Division 4 Final between the sides, which Fermanagh won.

Following that, at 7pm, it’s the meeting of Armagh and Monaghan in the senior semi-final, with the winners guaranteed a safe passage to the June 30 decider.

Armagh and Monaghan last met in the Championship in the group stages of the All-Ireland series last year, with the game ending in a 1-11 to 1-11 stalemate.

Saturday, June 8th 

TG4 Ulster Senior Championship – Preliminary Round

Donegal v Tyrone; Kingspan Breffni Park, 2.45pm

Sunday, June 9th 

TG4 Ulster Senior Championship – Semi-Final

Armagh v Monaghan, Athletic Grounds, Armagh, 7pm

TG4 Ulster Junior Championship – Semi-Final

Antrim v Fermanagh, Athletic Grounds, Armagh 5pm


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