Not only are Gaoth Dobhair the Ulster champions for the first time, but they have also written themselves into the history books as only the second Donegal club to win the Ulster Club SFC title.

The only previous winners were St. Joseph's (Ballyshannon/Bundoran) back in 1975.

Gaoth Dobhair eventually defeated Scotstown of Monaghan in today's final by 0-13 to 0-12 after extra-time to lift the Seamus McFerran Cup

Scotstown's top scorer Shane Carey was sent off in extra-time and the Donegal side came from behind to win a thrilling encounter played in dreadfully wet conditions at Healy Park in Omagh. It was five points each at the break.

The celebrations in Gaoth Dobhair will go on for days.

Having already won the league and championship double in Donegal this year, 2018 is certainly one to remember for all associated with the Gaeltacht club.

The game was broadcast live on TG4 and this was the moment when captain Niall Friel lifted the cup.

And here are some of the scenes at the end.

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