One of the most incredible games in the country took place at Greencastle in Co. Donegal on Saturday.
Donegal were 11 points down at half-time in the Ulster SFC semi-final, with their much-heralded attack not even registering a single point in the first-half where they trailed Armagh 1-8 to 0-0.
Whatever was said at the break worked wonders, because Geraldine McLaughlin’s goal kick-started Donegal's amazing comeback which ended with corner-back Treasa Doherty bursting forward to break Armagh hearts and send Donegal into the final on a 1-14 to 1-10 scoreline.
We join it at half-time in our footage below with Armagh leading by 1-8 to 0-0.
You'll see some inspirational long-range points from Eilish Ward, Aoife McDonnell and two late, vital contributions from Karen Guthrie in a second-half that lasted 41 minutes and had the crowd on their feet.
Donegal will now play the winners of this Saturday’s semi-final between Cavan and Monaghan.