# Ulster SFC

Last year
# Dilemma
'How could I manage against my own children?' - Jerome Johnston steps aside for Kilcoo game
Ballybay joint-manager has three sons on the Kilcoo panel.
# Ulster SFC
Monaghan champs Ballybay march on at Crossmaglen's expense
Veteran Paul Finlay was on hand to top off a sterling display from Pearses.
# Pairings
Division 4 sides handed major shot at reaching 2023 Connacht SFC final
The 2023 provincial championships will have some intriguing ties including the clash of Tyrone and Monaghan.
# Shock
13-man Tyrone stunned as Derry outgun reigning Ulster and All-Ireland champions
Healy Park hosted the Ulster SFC quarter-final.
# Corrigan Park
Paddy Lynch lands 0-8 as Cavan cruise past 14-man Antrim to secure Ulster semi-final spot
The home challenge in Corrigan Park wilted in the second half after Michael McCann’s red card.
All time
# Wrap
Derrygonnelly reach Ulster semi-final after extra-time thriller, Limerick champions also advance
There was plenty of action in the club football championships around the country today.
Tyrone v Monaghan, Ulster SFC final
The Red Hand were crowned champions after a dramatic one-point win.
# Red Hand
Murphy sent off as Tyrone edge out 14-man Donegal to book Ulster final spot
Tyrone will face Monaghan in the decider.
# why not us
‘I still can’t believe it, it’s like waking up from a dream. That’s all we wanted when we were younger’
Listening to Tipp’s Munster final win on the way to Armagh gave Padraig Faulkner extra faith in a potential Cavan upset.
# Shock
Underdogs Cavan stun Donegal to end 23 years of hurt in Ulster
Mickey Graham’s side won by four points in the Athletic Grounds.
# Tactics
'It seems big teams get the big calls. Referees know all these players by first name' - Cavan boss
Mickey Graham says the lower division sides “aren’t cute enough” in trying to influence games.
# Onwards
Cavan hold off Antrim in Breffni dogfight to book Ulster SFC semi-final spot
Mickey Graham’s men didn’t quite hit the heights of last weekend – but it’s a case of job done.
# nailed it
Galligan the hero as Cavan win it at the death against Monaghan
Cavan keeper Raymond Galligan struck an incredible free to secure one point – 2-15 to 1-17 win – for Cavan against their bitter rivals.
# Time to say goodbye
Rory Gallagher steps down as Fermanagh manager after two-year stint
The former Donegal boss led his native county to the Ulster final in 2018.
# Report
Clinical Donegal dispatch Cavan to go back-to-back in Ulster
Michael Murphy lifted the Anglo-Celt Cup for a fifth time in Clones.
Cavan v Donegal, Ulster SFC final
We went minute-by-minute as Cavan went in search of their first provincial crown in 22 years.
# Down memory lane
Soccer celebrations, carrying sandbags over hills, and ending a 28-year wait for Ulster glory
As Cavan go in search of an Ulster SFC crown, The42 looks back at their last triumph in 1997.
# Trouble
Tyrone's Tiernan McCann under fire for alleged 'gouge' in Donegal defeat
‘Proper action needs to be taken,’ insists Joe Brolly.
# Ulster SFC
Brennan's goal gives Donegal the edge over Tyrone in Ulster semis
Defending Ulster champions Donegal will play either Armagh or Cavan in this year’s final.
Donegal v Tyrone, Ulster SFC semi-final
Join us for live minute-by-minute coverage of this evening’s heavyweight clash in Breffni Park.
# we go again
Cavan and Armagh face semi-final replay after thrilling extra-time battle
The two sides will meet in Clones again next Sunday to fight for a place in the provincial decider.
# And The Team Is...
Armagh make three changes for Ulster semi while Cavan stick with side who stunned Monaghan
A place in the final is up for grabs when these teams clash on Sunday.
# Ulster SFC
McBrearty and Brennan star as Donegal see off stubborn Fermanagh challenge in Enniskillen
The pair chipped in with nine of the Ulster champions’ 15 points this afternoon at Brewster Park.
# winning ways
Cathal McShane leads the way as Tyrone book Ulster semi-final spot with 14-point victory
Mickey Harte’s men booked their place in this year’s Ulster SFC final with a 14 point win.
# Potential
'It's bad when he's making me feel old' - McHugh on Donegal's star in the making
Oisin Gallen kicked four points against Meath in the recent Division 2 final.
# For The Purist
Reilly stars for Cavan while Down and Armagh bag super goals - Ulster football lighting up championship
There were plenty of examples of exciting play in the games so far this season.
# Moving On
Another talented forward drops out of Tyrone squad
Lee Brennan has followed Ronan O’Neill in departing Mickey Harte’s panel.
# Ulster SFC
Cavan into Ulster semis after first championship win over Monaghan in 18 years
Mickey Graham’s side shocked their neighbours at Breffni Park.
# expert view
Analysis: Kickouts, shooting, lack of intensity and ill-discipline, but Tyrone survive almighty scare
The42′s analyst Sean Murphy takes a closer look at yesterday’s Ulster SFC opener.
# Strong Finish
Trailing with seven minutes left, Tyrone hit 1-5 to see off Derry in Ulster clash
Darren McCurry’s goal set them on the path to victory.
Cork v Tipperary, Tyrone v Derry - Sunday GAA match tracker
Big games in the Munster SHC and Ulster SFC were on the cards today.
# summer ball
Munster and Ulster announce ticket details for provincial championships
The Ulster Council have announced ticket price reductions after a disappointing 2018.
# feisty affair
Four red cards as Crossmaglen battle past Coalisland in Ulster SFC
Rian O’Neill hit seven points for the Armagh champions.
# Legend
Aged 55, Down All-Ireland winner Mickey Linden rolls back the years with incredible score
The former All-Star showed age is just a number with a fine score off the bench for Mayobridge.
# Clucker
The longest serving inter-county footballer confirms retirement after 19 seasons
Ryan McCluskey made his Fermanagh debut in 2000 and was an integral figure on route to the All-Ireland semi-finals in 2004.
Down on lookout for new football boss as two-time All-Ireland winner waves goodbye
The two-time All-Ireland winner guided Down to an Ulster final in 2017.
# never in doubt
Donegal make light work of Fermanagh to reign supreme in Ulster again
Declan Bonner’s men cruised to a first provincial title in four years.
Donegal v Fermanagh, Ulster SFC final
Provincial silverware was on the line in Clones, as Fermanagh looked to win a first Ulster title.
# Clones
14-man Donegal cruise to victory against Down to book Ulster final spot
Declan Bonner’s side secured a 13 point win and will now face Fermanagh in the Ulster SFC final.
Longford v Meath, Dublin v Wicklow - Sunday football match tracker
The All-Ireland champions got their 2018 campaign underway.