Here is all the information you will need to know for the Ulster u20 Football semifinal between Down and Fermanagh
Throw in for this match will be at 20:00 on Friday, 16th July in the Athletic Grounds.
Down look to be a very strong side after thrashing a poor Cavan side, scoring 2-17 in the match.
Their goalkeeper has shown his class as well, keeping a clean sheet and coming up the field to score two frees and two 45s.
Fermanagh also had a very comfortable victory over Antrim by nine points. They have shown their class in front of goal, hitting the back of the net twice.
Corner forward Conor Love managed six points from play in the game and will want to get on the score sheet on Friday.
Photos from last nights @UlsterGAA U20 Quarter Final game between @CavanCoBoardGaa and @OfficialDownGAA – photos by Louis McNally pic.twitter.com/YKMRzLLwQK
— Official Down GAA (@OfficialDownGAA) July 10, 2021
Predicted Starting 15
Smyth (GK); T. Fettes, S. Campbell, P. McCarthy; T. Smyth, P. McMullan, R. Magill; A. Morgan, T. Close; D. Magill, S. Johnston, J. McGovern; A. Gilmore, E. Brown, R. O’Hare.
McNally (GK); A. Jones, J. Horan, M. Flanagan; J. Largo-Elis, A. McManus, R. McHugh; J. McDade, J. McDade; F. O’Brien, T. Keenan, J. Largo-Elis; R. McCaffrey, D. McBrien, C. Love.
The Fermanagh U20 team take to the field for their Ulster Championship match against @AontroimGAA 15 minutes until throw in pic.twitter.com/A8H6XWtohQ
— The Impartial Reporter (@impartialrep) July 9, 2021
Electric Ireland Ulster GAA U20 Football Championship:
9 mins – 2nd half pic.twitter.com/wTDu7KxPrI
— Official Down GAA (@OfficialDownGAA) July 9, 2021
Both sides faced poor teams in the quarter-finals and showed their quality to create scores.
Down seemed to be the more capable and tenacious side and should have the edge over Fermanagh on Friday. Expect Down to take the win in a close tie only separated by a few points.