The Donegal Ladies get the chance to play alongside their male counterparts on Sunday at O’Donnell Park in Letterkenny.
The Donegal side have been doing extremely well in Division 1 so far, with a 100 per cent record from two outings.
Donegal were impressive against Dublin at Croke Park and they ground out a victory against Mayo in Round 2.
The Ulster Champions welcome struggling Monaghan to Letterkenny, with the visitors in need of points after two defeats to date.
Donegal won the TG4 Ulster semi-final meeting between the counties last summer and will start as favourites here as they aim to take a big step towards the League semi-finals.
But Monaghan’s results haven’t rewarded their performances to date and they’re a feeling in the Farney camp that their fortunes could be about to change for the better.
Donegal: A Nee; T Hegarty, E Gallagher, N Carr; T Doherty, N McLaughlin, N Boyle; K Herron, M Ryan; R Friel, N Hegarty, A Boyle Carr; G McLaughlin, K Guthrie, C Grant.
Monaghan: B Tierney; L Flynn, N Kerr, H McSkane; S Boyd, A McAnespie, S Coyle; M Atkinson, R Courtney; C McBride, C Courtney (capt.), E McAnespie; E Woods, L Maguire, C McAnespie
Donegal v Monaghan
St Eunans, O’ Donnell Park
Letterkenny, 12pm – part of double-header with GAA
Referee: G Carmody, Roscommon