DONEGAL SENIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTER-FINALS
KILCAR V KILLYBEGS
Saturday, Tir Conaill Park, 12 noon
With the league title already in the bag, 2017 champions Kilcar will bring belief to the championship. Mark Sweeney and Stephen McBrearty kicked 0-4 apiece in their last outing, but Paddy McBrearty will return this weekend.
AODH RUADH V GAOTH DOBHAIR
Saturday, Eamonn Byrne Park, 3.30pm
Goals from Diarmáid McInerney and Nathan Boyle saw Ballyshannon earn a 100 per cent record in the group stages. It’ll be a tight came to call this weekend, but Gaoth Dobhair could edge it.
Verdict: Gaoth Dobhair
ST EUNAN’S V ST MICHAEL’S
Saturday, Davy Brennan Memorial Park, 5.30pm
The champions are back knocking on the door of another title challenge. They will have regrets of not overturning Glen in Ulster last season. They should have enough to return to the last four.
Verdict: St Eunan’s
NAOMH CONAILL V GLENSWILLY
Sunday, O’Donnell Park, 2.30pm
The game of the weekend and is televised live on TG4. The men from Glenties have been in every final since Glenswilly’s last appearance in 2016 when they took home the Dr Maguire Cup.
Verdict: Naomh Conaill
DONEGAL INTEREMEDIATE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI-FINALS
DUNGLOE V TERMON
Saturday, Pearse Memorial Park, 7pm
Oisin Bonner and Christy Greene netted in Dungloe’s win over Naomh Mhuire with Daire McDaid’s penalty helping Termon into the last four. A tough one to call, perhaps last year’s runners up to edge it.
NAOMH COLUMBA V FANAD
Sunday, MacCumhaill Park, 6pm
Alan McAteer was the Fanad hero with a late goal to chin Division Two league champions Downings in the last eight. Naomh Columba had an easy passage in the quarter-finals. If Aaron Doherty and Christopher Byrne fire they could make the final.
Verdict: Naomh Columba
DONEGAL JUNIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTER-FINALS
CARNDONAGH V URRIS
Saturday, Pairc Uí Dochartaigh, 1pm
Conor O’Donnell continues to be an absentee for Carndonagh. He will be a loss this weekend once again, but they should pull through against Urris.
ST EUNAN’S V NA ROSSA
Saturday, O’Donnell Park, 3pm
Lee McMonagle was St Eunan’s hero against Naomh Padraig and they have a few former seniors in their ranks.
Verdict: St Eunan’s