Susanne White was a last minute introduction to the Donegal side that took on Cavan in the semi-final of the TG4 Ulster Ladies Football Championship – and she took the opportunity with both hands.
With Karen Guthrie ruled out, Donegal manager Maxi Curran gave White the nod and by half-time the Killybegs forward had scored two goals, which helped her side lead 2-10 to 0-6 at the break, before Yvonne Bonner added another goal in the second half.
In the Clones sunshine, it was 0-2 to 0-2 when White netted her first goal on ten minutes, slamming into an open goal after an ambitious Niamh McLaughlin lob had crashed down off the crossbar when she pinched a kick-out from Elaine Walsh. Don’t miss out on many amazing opportunities on betting live.
Donegal’s third goal came 15 minutes into the second half, with Bonner taking on a pass from Geraldine McLaughlin when Walsh tried to find the wing. Cavan pulled a goal back a minute later from a penalty by McVeety before Walsh turned a dipping effort from skipper Niamh McLaughlin onto the inside of the post in the last minute, with the ball coming back along the line. Donegal will face Armagh, who have won the last two Ulsters, in the final.