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Armagh 1-10 0-11 Cavan

Ulster minor champions Armagh are back in the decider after a narrow win in Sunday's semi-final at Clones.

Ulster minor champions Armagh are back in the decider after a narrow win in Sunday's semi-final at Clones.

Cavan started as underdogs but they moved into a 0-6 to 0-3 lead only for Armagh to draw level by the break.

Chris Conroy missed an excellent goal chance for Cavan before team-mate Andrew Dewart was sent-off for two yellows in the 36th minute.

Conor Gough netted on 51 minutes to put Armagh three clear and they held on to make the final against Tyrone.

Jack Brady hit four points for Cavan in the first half while Armagh's Miceal McKenna chipped in two superb points.

Gough fisted in from a Barry Seeley free in the game's decisive moment.

Armagh will aim to retain the title when they take on the Red Hands in the final on 18 July.



see also
Tyrone reach Ulster Minor final
19 Jun 10 |  Gaelic Games
Down beat Donegal in minor clash
30 May 10 |  Gaelic Games
Orchard minors beat Oak Leafers
16 May 10 |  Gaelic Games


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