This Sunday Donegal take on Antrim in the preliminary round of the Ulster Senior Football Championship in Ballybofey. The county side which is now under the guidance of Jim Mc Guinness is looking for their first provincial championship win for four years having lost out in the three previous campaigns. Sunday’s fixture is a repeat of the 2009 first round game which Antrim surprisingly won by a point. The sides have already met this year with Donegal winning comfortably in the league by nine points. Both sides however will know not to take any pointers from that game as championship action is another occasion altogether. The winner from Sunday’s tie will go through to the quarter finals to meet Cavan.
St Eunan’s midfielder Rory Kavanagh says the side are looking to right the defeat at the hands of Liam Bradley’s side two seasons ago.
Noamh Conaill forward Dermot “The Brick” Molloy who has had a very busy twelve months says the side are really focused on Sunday.
St.Michael’s forward Colm Mc Fadden says Donegal will not be underestimating Antrim on Sunday.