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Poll: Who do you think will win this year’s Ulster senior football championship?

The action begins on Sunday as Tyrone face Derry.

Michael Murphy lifts the trophy.
Michael Murphy lifts the trophy.
Image: Tommy Dickson/INPHO

THE ULSTER SFC is predictably competitive this year with a number of sides capable of securing provincial glory.

Tyrone head in as favourites after a strong finish to the league campaign, allied to last year’s run to the All-Ireland final.

Mickey Harte’s side face serious competition from holders Donegal, who sealed Division 2 glory last month, and All-Ireland semi-finalists, Monaghan.

Any one of the rest could make a run to the provincial final, with particular attention on Armagh who’ve failed to win a game in Ulster under Kieran McGeeney.


The action begins on Sunday as Tyrone face Derry.

Who do you think will seal Ulster glory? 

Poll Results:

Tyrone (1219)
Donegal (743)
Monaghan (523)
Cavan (125)
Antrim (75)
Armagh (55)
Fermanagh (55)
Down (31)
Derry (26)

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