2009 Ulster Senior Football Championship

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The 2009 Ulster Senior Football Championship was the 121st[1] installment of the annual Ulster Senior Football Championship held under the auspices of the Ulster GAA. It was won by Tyrone who defeated Antrim in the final. Antrim were appearing in their first final since 1970.[2] The winning Tyrone team received the Anglo-Celt Cup, and automatically advanced to the quarter-final stage of the 2009 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship.

Teams who lost at the preliminary round, quarter-final or semi-final stages entered Round 1 of the All-Ireland Qualifiers. The beaten Ulster finalists entered at Round 3. Successfully advancing through the Qualifiers allowed a team to reach the All-Ireland quarter-finals.

The draw for the 2009 Ulster Senior Football Championship was made along with the other three provincial draws on 8 October 2008 at Croke Park in Dublin.[3]


  Preliminary round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
  Derry 1–10  
    Monaghan 0–10  
  Derry 0–07  
  Tyrone 0–15  
  Tyrone 2–10
    Armagh 1–10  
  Tyrone 1–18
  Antrim 0–15
  Donegal 0–12
    Antrim 1–10  
  Antrim 0–13
  Cavan 1–07  
  Cavan 0–13
    Fermanagh 1–09  
Fermanagh 0–13
Down 0–10  

Preliminary round[edit]

17 May 2009
Fermanagh Down
0–13 0–10
Brewster Park, Enniskillen
Referee: John Bannon (Longford)


24 May 2009
Derry Monaghan
1–10 0–10
Celtic Park, Derry
Referee: J White (Donegal)

31 May 2009
Tyrone Armagh
2–10 1–10
St Tiernach's Park, Clones
Referee: P McEneaney (Monaghan)

6 June 2009
Cavan Fermanagh
0–13 1-09
Breffni Park, Cavan
Referee: R Hickey (Clare)

14 June 2009
Donegal Antrim
0–12 1–10
MacCumhail Park, Ballybofey
Referee: P Hughes (Armagh)


21 June 2009
Derry Tyrone
0-07 0–15
Casement Park, Belfast
Referee: G O Conamha (Galway)

27 June 2009
Cavan Antrim
1-07 0–13
St Tiernach's Park, Clones
Referee: J Bannon (Longford)


19 July 2009
Tyrone Antrim
1–18 0–15
St Tiernach's Park, Clones
Referee: P Hughes (Armagh)


  1. ^ "Summer begins with the Ulster GAA Championships". 1 May 2013. Retrieved 1 May 2013. 2013 marks the 125th Anniversary of the Ulster Football Championship and the Ulster Museum in Botanic Gardens was transformed into an exhibition of Ulster's finest memories over those 125 years. 
  2. ^ "Harte: No easy draw in Ulster Championship". BreakingNews.ie. 31 October 2009. Retrieved 31 October 2009. 
  3. ^ Woods, Ciaran (10 October 2008). "Draw reunites rivals". Gaelic Life. p. 7. Retrieved 18 November 2008. [dead link]

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