By Michael McMullan
SATURDAY sees the resumption of the prestigious Ulster minor football tournament in Belfast.
Hosted by St Paul’s, the tournament didn’t take place for the last two seasons and all nine Ulster county champions will do battle to take the title Lavey won on New Year’s Day 2020.
Fermanagh champions Irvinestown only recently won their county title and they face Four Masters of Donegal on Saturday, with 2016 champions Burren taking on St Brigid’s.
There is also a game on Sunday with 1990 champions Dungiven in action against Ramor United of Cavan.
The competition, which took place for the first time in 1982, will conclude on the tradition New Year’s Day final slot, with Burren and Dungiven the only clubs to have won the title in the past.
Irvinestown v Four Masters – (Saturday, December 10 – Coláiste Feirste – 5pm)
A – Burren v St Brigid’s – (Saturday, December 10 – St Paul’s – 1pm)
B – Dungiven v Ramor United – (Sunday, December 11 – St Paul’s – 1pm)
C – Clan na nGael v Preliminary winners – (Saturday, December 17 – Coláiste Feirste – 1.30pm)
D – Scotstown v Donaghmore – (Saturday, December 17 – Coláiste Feirste – 5pm)
A v B – Sunday, December 18 – St Paul’s – 1pm
C v D – Monday, December 26- St Paul’s – 1pm
Sunday, January 1 – St Paul’s – 1pm