Six county titles will be decided today over the province of Ulster with the Derry, Tyrone, Cavan, Antrim, Donegal and Armagh finals taking place.
At Healy Park, Killyclogher and Coalisland will meet in a repeat of the 2016 championship final which the Killyclogher men won after a replay, throw in at Omagh is 4pm.
In Armagh, Crossmaglen and league champions Ballymacnab collide with the winners gaining a home tie with the Tyrone champions in the Ulster Championship.
Lavey and Coleraine meet in a novel pairing in Derry both teams battling to become the first new name on the cup for four years after Slaughtneil’s drive for five came to an end in the last eight.
Breffni Park after a year out of inter-county action will host the Cavan Senior Football Final as Castlerahan and Crosserlough collide with the winners advancing to host the Derry winners in little over a fortnight’s time.
This year’s Antrim final will see Cargin and Creggan Kickham’s meet in Ahoghill, while Naomh Conaill and Gaoth Dobhair will contest the Donegal final in Ballybofey with the two winners due to meet in the Ulster Championship.
County Final Fixture’s in Full:
Donegal Senior Football Championship Final
Naomh Conaill Vs Gaoth Dobhair, 4pm, Ballybofey (Live on TG4)
Antrim Senior Football Championship Final
Cargin Vs Creggan Kickham’s, 3:30pm, Ahoghill
Cavan Senior Football Championship Final
Castlerahan Vs Crosserlough, 3:30pm, Breffni Park
Armagh Senior Football Championship Final
Crossmaglen Vs Ballymacnab, 4pm, Athletic Grounds
Tyrone Senior Football Championship Final
Killyclogher Vs Coalisland, 4pm, Healy Park
Derry Senior Football Championship Final
Coleraine Vs Lavey, 3:30pm, Celtic Park