Derry face Monaghan in the Ulster Senior Football Championship semifinal this weekend. Monaghan are looking for a first provincial title since 2015, while Derry will be keen to end their 24 year wait for the trophy. Here is all the information you need to know including how to watch Monaghan v Derry.
When is Monaghan v Derry?
Throw in is at 4pm on Sunday the 15th of May.
How to watch Monaghan v Derry
Live coverage is on BBC Two NI with coverage starting at 3:45pm. The game will not be broadcast on RTÉ.
Derry sent shockwaves across the country after beating reigning All Ireland and Ulster champions Tyrone in the quarterfinal. Rory Gallagher's side came out as 1-18 to 0-10 winners at Healy Park.
Derry finished their league campaign in third place after five wins from their seven games, finishing ahead of the likes of Meath, Cork and Clare.
Niall Loughlin has been one of the stand out performers for his side this year and was Derry's top scorer in the league with 3-11. The corner forward followed up his terrific league form with seven points against Tyrone last time out.
Five Derry players made the GAA Team of the Week after their victory. Odhran Lynch, Brendan Rogers, Conor Doherty, Gareth McKinless and Ethan Doherty were all rewarded after their performances.
Conor Doherty was also named GAA Player of the Week.
The public has voted @Doiregaa's Conor Doherty the #GAA Footballer of the Week! #GAABelong
— The GAA (@officialgaa) May 4, 2022
Monaghan cruised past Down in their quarterfinal clash winning 0-23 to 2-7.
Monaghan had a disappointing league campaign but secured their Division 1 status in a fifth-place finish.
Their league season included wins over Dublin and Donegal, as well as draws against Armagh and Tyrone. Conor McManus and Jack McCarron have been two of Monaghan's stand-out performers this season and combined for 11 points in the win over Down.
McCarron was also selected in the GAA Team of the Week after his display in the win over Down.
A superb point by Jack McCarron for @monaghangaa pic.twitter.com/8SmUbz7Dyr
— The GAA (@officialgaa) April 30, 2022