The draw has taken place for the 2022 fonaCAB Ulster Minor Football Tournament, which returns after a three-year absence due to Covid-19 next month.
Now in its 40th year, the popular club competition is hosted by St Paul's GAA club in Belfast and is expected to get underway on the weekend of December 10-11. The draw, which took place at City Hall in Belfast last night, is as follows:
Fermanagh winners v Four Masters (Donegal)
St Brigid's (Antrim) v Burren (Down); Ramor United (Cavan) v Dungiven (Derry); Donaghmore (Tyrone) v Scotstown (Monaghan); Clann na Gael (Armagh) v Preliminary winners
Tonight we welcomed @fonacabbelfast Ulster Minor Football Tournament participants for the live draw of this years championship.— Cllr Christina Black (@CllrBlack) November 7, 2022
Celebrating its 40th year, the prestige tournament held @StPaulsGAC welcomes teams from across Ulster this December. All the best to everyone involved. pic.twitter.com/eYuRfyRYKM