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Crowds Left 'Raging' At Ulster U21 Semi-Finals

Crowds Left 'Raging' At Ulster U21 Semi-Finals
By PJ Browne Updated

The semi-finals of the Ulster U21 Football Championship were scheduled to be played on Wednesday night. Cavan vs Donegal and Armagh vs Derry were respectively slated for Brewster Park in Enniskillen and Healy Park in Omagh.

However, both games were called off shortly before throw-in due to umplayable pitches.

According to the Donegal Democrat, around 1,000 fans were at Brewster Park for a game which was only postponed 30 minutes before the scheduled 8pm start.

For Cavan fans in Enniskillen, it was reminiscent of their senior team's recent division one game against Tyrone in Omagh which was called off just an hour before throw-in.


It left supporters, many of whom had travelled long distances to Enniskillen, unhappy with the lateness of the decision.

Fans who had made their way to Omagh were similarly unhappy to have their fixture called off so late.

Both games have been rescheduled for April 5th.

Photo by Oliver McVeigh/Sportsfile

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