BY RYAN FERRY
THE Donegal SFC semi-finals take place this weekend in MacCumhaill Park.
St Michael’s face St Eunan’s in the first semi-final on Saturday night, and St Michael’s manager Eddie Harkin is expecting a huge test.
“It would be nice to reach a final but it would be foolish to look beyond ‘Eunan’s. They’ve set the benchmark high and they’re a quality team,” Harkin said.
The second semi-final is on Sunday with two of South Dongeal’s heavyweights – Naomh Conaill and Kilcar – going toe-to-toe.
Martin Regan has enjoyed a good first season in charge of the Glenties men and he is eagerly awaiting the last-four encounter.
“This is where you want to be. We’re only an hour away from the county final and both the players and the management can’t wait for the match,” said Regan
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