The Ulster dream continues for Glenswilly

Glenswilly reached their first ever Ulster Senior Club Championship final on Sunday with victory over Fermanagh champions Roslea at Healy Park in Omagh.
A fine goal from Donegal captain Michael Murphy and a brace from Colin Kelly set Glenswilly up for their 3-9 to  2-8 win.
Kelly’s third goal early in the second half left eight points between the sides, and there looked to be no way back for Roslea. However, Seamus Quigley’s penalty was followed by a Conor Mulligan goal at the start of the final quarter, and suddenly Glenswilly’s lead was down to just two points.
But the men from the Glen came  through the storm and will face Ballinderry in the Ulster final on December 1 back at Healy Park.
Glenswilly Chairman Mick Murphy was very proud of the team.

After the birth of his son on Friday, It was a double celebration for manager Gary Mc Daid.

Ciaran Bonner says the results puts Glenswilly firmly on the GAA map.

Glenswilly are just the fourth  club from the county to reach the provincial club final. The only Donegal side to win it were St Joseph’s in 1975 while since then Naomh Conaill lost to Crossmaglen in  2010 and Killybegs lost to Castleblaney in 1991.