Donegal 2-10 Tyrone 0-12
There was a nervousness in Donegal folk about this one.
That feeling only lifted when Jeaic Mac Ceallabhuí, in the final seconds of a tense night, bent down to flick home their second goal.
On a night when they needed a win, the bus carrying their old foes from across the border – who just happen to be the reigning All-Ireland champions – was perhaps just what Donegal needed to roll into Ballybofey.
Level eight times in all, it was a game that seemed destined to finish level.
Donegal, though, found a way.
Substitute Oisin Gallen, appearing on his home turf, kicked Donegal in front. Gallen, along with Peadar Mogan, had a role in the move for the clinching goal, with MacCeallabhuí’s finish raising the r …