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STREAMS@!!..Armagh v Donegal LIVE Broadcast ON GAA 24 April 2022

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STREAMS@!!..Armagh v Donegal LIVE Broadcast ON GAA 24 April 2022

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Armagh v Donegal recap: Score and result as The Kingdom are crowned Division Two champions

Donegal have booked their place in the Division One final following a 1-13 to 0-13 win over Armagh in the Athletic Grounds.

The Kingdom led by four points at the break and, despite not being named in the squad during the week, introduced David Clifford for the second half.

The All-Star attacker soon made his presence felt as he scored the game's only goal with a low finish past Armagh goalkeeper Ethan Rafferty while he also kicked to stunning points from either side in a classy performance.

Yet, Armagh should have plundered a goal soon after when substitute Jason Duffy went through on goal, but his effort was saved by Shane Ryan.

The Orchard County fought gamely to the end, but Donegal were able to keep a clean sheet to progress to next month's Division One final.

Third times the charm for Donegal after they finally won division two and put to bed years of Croke Park hurt, when they got the better of Armagh in a titanic battle at Croke Park.

In an even first half, Armagh just shaded things and fully deserved their two point lead going into half time.

And the Orchard county appeared to be running away with things when they went four points up early in the second half. Some supreme shooting from Amy Mackin had the Ulster County in complete control.

The game turned on its head with the introduction of Danielle O'Leary. The Donegal forward, who would have felt hard done by to begin the game on the bench, had a huge impact on proceedings, scoring 1-2 and winning a couple of free kicks that were tapped over.

Armagh and Donegal will do battle this evening in what is expected to be a mouth watering clash.

The two sides are the only undefeated teams in Division One and a win will open up a gap at the top of the table.

And more importantly, it will give early season bragging rights as both sides will be looking to be there come the business end of the upcoming All-Ireland championship.

James Horan's side recently recorded a gutsy win against Armagh in their last outing and beat Donegal in Croke Park before that and also scraped a draw against Donegal on opening day and also recorded victory against Armagh.

Armagh also had an opening day draw when Jack O'Connor travelled to Armagh and have recorded wins against Donegal, Donegal and Armagh.

These two sides occupy first and second place in the Allianz Football League division 1 after they both won three out of their foru matches so far this season. They both drew a match as well to be level on seven points.

Donegal won last time out against Armagh to hand them their first defeat of the season and Donegal have won each of their last three games after drawing on the opening day against Donegal.

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