"To be very honest about it, our eyes were just on the Leinster final. The dates, and who we're going to play, we'll have to look at that over the coming days. Tonight for us is all about the Leinster final, celebrating that."
Donegal star man Jamie Brennan just couldn't stop smiling in the immediate aftermath of his side putting Ulster SFC titles back-to-back as they swept Cavan aside in what was at times quite a one-sided contest.
A resurgent Monaghan staged a magnificent second half performance to sweep Donegal aside and book their place in the final of the Electric Ireland Ulster minor football championship in this thrilling roller coaster that was played in excellent conditions in Brewster Park, Enniskillen, on Friday evening last.
There are three provincial titles up for grabs this weekend in the All-Ireland senior football championships while the second round of the qualifiers sees eight games down for decision across the country. Here are our previews:
'Sheer guts and effort' was how Donegal manager Maxi Curran summed up his side's victory on Saturday evening in Killyclogher to keep them on course of a third successive TG4 Ulster Senior Football Championship title.
Geraldine McLaughlin pointed the way to the TG4 Ulster SFC final for Donegal as they kept their hopes of a third successive provincial crown alive following a rip roaring encounter in Killyclogher on Saturday evening.
CORK manager Ephie Fitzgerald has drafted dual star Hannah Looney into his starting line-up for Sunday's TG4 Munster Ladies Senior Football Championship Final against Waterford at Fraher Field, Dungarvan (6.30pm).