Moville are going for their sixth Donegal minor ladies title in a row when they face St Eunan’s on Saturday in the final.
The game takes place in MacCumhaill Park at 11am.
Picture: Moville celebrate their Donegal Minor Ladies Championship win in 2016.
Moville will be aiming to continue their tradition at this grade having overcome Termon at Carrick Field. Leading by two in that one, with the game delicately poised, a Niamh Skelly goal earned a five-point win.
In the Minor B final at 12.45pm in Ballybofey, Milford will bid to make up for their under-16 final defeat when they face St Naul’s. Megan Ryan, the Ulster Ladies Young Player of the Year, is the star turn for the Moyle View residents.
There is a local derby on Sunday at Glenfin for the Minor C final when Red Hughs take on St Mary’s, Convoy in what should be a well-contested affair.
In the Minor D final on Sunday, at 11am in St Michael’s, Glenswilly clash with Gaeil Fhánada. The Fanad side has a number of their senior players, like Lauren Carr and Clare Friel, to call on.
Saturday 3rd November
Minor Ladies Finals
St Eunans V Moville in MaCumhaills, 11am
Milford v St Nauls in MacCumhaills, 12.45pm
Glenswilly v Fanad in St Michaels, 11am
Sunday 4th November
Convoy v Red Hughs in Glenfin, 10.30am