Monaghan and Tyrone battled it out in this year’s Ulster Senior Football Championship final at Croke Park on Saturday afternoon.
Just like the Connacht decider last week, GAA headquarters hosted the Ulster final to facilitate greater crowd numbers.
It was the first time in 15 years that the Ulster decider was played at Croke Park, with 18,000 fans in attendance.
It was six years since Monaghan last lifted the Anglo Celt Cup, while the Red Hands’ last Ulster title win came in 2017.
Tyrone made it to the decider at the first attempt since Mickey Harte’s departure as manager, beating defending champions Cavan before seeing off Donegal at the semi-final stage.
Meanwhile, Monaghan defeated Fermanagh and Armagh and come into the final as slight underdogs.
Check out our updates below from today’s game (courtesy of the Irish Mirror):