Boxer Jason Quigley was on hand to provide the inspiration for Donegal at MacCumhaill Park in Ballybofey, as their minor hurlers took to the field against Armagh.
He delivered a knockout speech in the dressing room to help the minors go the distance in a bout that Lorcan O'Toole's side completely dominated, leaving their opponents on the ropes. That's also (probably) the last of the boxing puns.
— Official Donegal GAA (@officialdonegal) June 3, 2017
A number of players on the panel felt the pain of defeat against Armagh in this fixture last year, but it was a totally different story this time around, dominating in a 4-24 to 1-8 win.
Given the margin of their win, it should come as no surprise that Donegal produced all the nominees for the Player of the Week poll either. You can cast your ballot every week on Electric Ireland's Facebook page, and get involved in the conversation #GAAThisIsMajor.
Aaron Craig - Donegal
Craig was a lively presence in the first half, as he opened his account early on with his side's second point of the match. He went on to add another four points to his tally in total, but his goal - which came shortly after Jordan Barr's - gave Donegal a commanding lead.
Armagh were never able to close that gap, but Craig showed the same eye for goal this weekend that he has been displaying in recent weeks. The Buncrana man registered a hat-trick in a thriller against Mayo last month, and two against Monaghan back in April.
A tough semi-final against Derry awaits, but you wouldn't want to bet against Craig or Donegal, given the consummate ease with which they're both scoring at this early stage of the summer.
Jordan Barr - Donegal
Barr was the first of the Donegal players to find the back of the net for his team after 15 minutes, after some points from the opening exchanges gave them an early lead.
Barr's goal was quickly followed by another from Craig, as the pair ensured that there was no doubt as to which way the game was going by the time the whistle went at the break.
Despite their 2-12 to 0-04 halftime lead, Barr wasn't finished with his scoring duties yet, as he had another goal in him to take his tally for the day to 2-01.
Stephen Anderson - Donegal
The Aodh Ruadh man is the team's captain, and showed exactly why he has been handed the honour, as he grabbed a goal and seven points in a ruthless display.
That same word could be used to describe all of Donegal's performances in the last few weeks too. They dispatched with Monaghan by a score of 6-26 to 1-02, before easily defeating Tyrone by a score of 3-09 to 0-05 on their way to claiming the Ulster Minor Shield back in May.
Opening the scoring against Armagh, Anderson lead by example and made sure his team knew that the same was expected of them again this time out. Even though they were playing into a difficult breeze in the second half, his goal set the tone, as his side registered another 2-12 in the second half to match their first-half tally.
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