Ulster Semi Finals for Glenswilly and Milford

Glenswilly 2013It’s another big weekend ahead on the club scene with Glenswilly and Milford  both involved in Ulster  Championship action.
Glenswilly who are just one win away from reaching this years Ulster Senior  Final,  take on Fermanagh Champions Roslea at Healy Park in Omagh on Sunday.
If the Donegal kingpins progress, they will be only  the fourth club from the county to do so.
Naomh Conail were the most recent side to make the decider, only to lose the 2010 final to Crossmaglen.
Glenswilly manager Gary Mc Daid is expected to start with a similiar line up  to that which defeated St Galls in Ballybofey in the Quarter Finals.
Leon Kelly and Aidan Mc Devitt are doubtful while Ryan Hunter is facing a lenghty lay off with a cruciate injury.
Highland Radio  will have live commentary from that game in Omagh  with Oisin Kelly and Martin Mc Hugh during Sunday Sport.
The other semi final features Derry Champions Ballinderry and last weeks conquerors of Crossmaglen Kilcoo.
Milford are also looking to reach the provincial final at Junior level. They play Tyrone winners Killeeshil St Mary’s at Brewster Park in Enniskillen.
Having put in a strong performance against Michael Devitts in the previous round, Milford Manager Nigel Black has an injury free squad to choose from.
Killeeshil have Tyrone’s three time All Ireland winner Kevin Hughes on board.
The other junior semi final is Annaghmore against Emyvale.
The Ulster Intermediate semi finals sees Derry champions Foreglen against Truagh and Tyrones Eskra play Killeshandra.