Derry have won the Ulster Minor Football Championship.
This afternoon they beat Cavan on a final scoreline of 1-22 to 2-12 in Clones.
Derry began with a flurry of scores with Lorcan McWilliams (2), Conleth McShane and an Oisin McWilliams free before James Smith opened Cavan’s account with a goal.
By the 15 minute mark, Derry led 0-10 to 1-2 and at the break the Oak Leaf county were in front by four points, 0-14 to 1-7.
But on 41 minutes Cavan pulled a goal back through Philip Rogers and they only trailed by two 0-17 to 2-9 and it was game on.
Ben McCarron made it 1-20 to 2-10 on 52 minutes.
With five minutes left Derry led 1-20 to 2-12 and they held on for a famous victory with seven points being the winning margin with a final score of 1-22 to 2-12.
It was a repeat pairing of 2015 when Derry last won the title.
Donegal were the holders, but went out this year in the quarter-finals when they lost to an Antrim side that were then beaten by Derry in the semi-final.
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