TERMON WON THE lot last season and with the Donegal SFC already in the bag this year, on Sunday they began their Ulster defence with a 3-15 to 1-4 win over St Paul’s from Belfast.
It was a convincing victory for the Burn Road side in their first outing in the province on home turf since 2010 and they can now look forward to an Ulster semi-final against Tyrone’s Errigal Ciaran on Sunday, October 18.
“Every team you play wants to beat the All-Ireland champions,” selector Trevor Alcorn said. “But we’re only looking to the next game. We’re going to try our utmost to push on.”
Goalscoring wing-forward Roisin Yankee Friel added: “We were better than what we showed in the first half. It’s good to get off and running and it was great to win for the supporters.”
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