GAA Results – Under-21 Football Round-Up for Wednesday, 15th March

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Updated: March 17, 2017
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Derry 3-10 Monaghan 1-11 – Two late goals ended Monaghan’s Ulster championship reign in Inniskeen.  Jamie Donaghy gave the Oak Leafers a 1-5 to 0-5 interval lead.  David McAllister got a second half Monaghan goal but Tiernan Flanagan’s two majors saw Derry into the semi-finals.

Tyrone 0-14 Donegal 0-14 AET – These side must do it again in Ballybofey next Wednesday as they couldn’t be separated after extra-time in Healy Park.  Eoghan Ban Gallagher looked to have secured victory for Donegal but a Lee Brennan ’45 ensured the hosts a rematch.

Armagh 2-13 Down 0-12 – Two late Shea Loye goals put Armagh into the semi-finals at the Athletic Ground.  Tiernan Rushe and Ronan Millar had Down three ahead in the second half but Loye’s first goal, on his way to a personal tally of 2-7, turned the contest for Armagh.

Cavan 2-19 Fermanagh 0-4 – A record 21-point win was secured in Brewster Park with substitutes Peter Corrigan and Conor Smith getting second half goals.  Cavan led 0-10 to 0-2 at half-time with Caoimhin O’Reilly their top scorer while Conor McAuley contributed two for Fermanagh.

Offaly 2-9 Laois 2-8 – Goals for Ciaran Farrell and Adam Mahon put Offaly into their first Leinster Final in 10 years.  Colm Murphy’s 13th minute major put Laois 1-2 to 0-0 ahead but they trailed 1-5 to 1-3 at half-time.  Sean Moore got a late penalty to bring Laois back but they couldn’t manage parity.

Cork 2-10 Limerick 0-10 – Cork qualified for the Munster Final after a late Michael Hurley goal ensured victory.  Maidhci O Duinnin got their first half three-pointer but they trailed 0-9 to 1-2 at half-time with Hugh Bourke getting five points for Limerick and AJ O’Connor had a penalty saved.

Kerry 1-18 Waterford 0-7 – Kerry ensured their final appearance in the first half leading 1-12 to 0-1 thanks to Killian Spillane’s goal.  David Looby scored three Waterford points while both sides finished with 14 men as Kerry’s Cormac Coffey and Waterford’s Cormac Curran saw the line.

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