Derry v Armagh: Throw-in time and where to watch the All-Ireland Minor Football final

Aidan O’Rourke’s Armagh will hope they can stop Damien McErlain’s Derry from reclaiming the Tom Markham Cup

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Derry have beaten Armagh twice already this minor Championship season, they face each other one last time in the All-Ireland final (seamus loughran)

The All-Ireland Minor football final sees the third meeting of the Oak Leafers of Derry and the Orchardmen of Armagh this season.

Derry hold the upper hand having come out victorious in the two Ulster Championship clashes between the sides.

They are also the current holders of the Tom Markham Cup and hope to secure a third minor title in five seasons.

Today’s final is the third time in successive years that two teams from the same province have contested the All-Ireland Minor Football Championship final.

They met in the group phase of the tournament when Damien McErlain’s side romped to an unexpected 2-18 to 0-7 win and they met again in the Ulster final.

This meeting was a closer affair, with Derry only winning by two points this time out in Healy Park.

Armagh will look to finally get over the lone after beating stiff competition from Connacht champions Mayo to get to this final.

When and where is the All-Ireland Minor Football Final?

The All-Ireland Minor Football Final will take place at O’Neill’s Healy Park, Omagh

What time is throw-in?

Throw-in is at 2pm.

How can I watch it?

The game will be live on TG4.