By Simon Hunter
Antrim have been beaten 3-19 to 1-09 by Donegal in the Ulster Senior Football Championship.
The Saffrons went down by sixteen points in Ballybofey, after having been 1-8 0-6 down at half time.
Early points from CJ McGourty and Tomas McCann helped Gearoid Adam's side to level the early part of the match level at 0-4.
In the second half, there was a goal for Conor Small, however Matthew Fitzpatrick, whose 48-week ban had been overturned, was carried off with ligament damage.
Antrim will next go into the draw for the qualifiers, while Donegal progress to the semi-finals.
Here's Donegal boss, Rory Gallagher.
#Ulster2017: Full Time— Official Donegal GAA (@officialdonegal) May 21, 2017
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Donegal manager Rory Gallagher gives Q Radio his thoughts on today's game. Listen in to Q news at breakfast! pic.twitter.com/thT3UXhqMm— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) May 21, 2017
Meanwhile Antrim's minors beat Donegal to make the Ulster MFC semi-finals.