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Donegal played in Ulster in 1934. Can you name team?

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The Derry People, Sat. July 14 1934 published a report on an Ulster Minor Championship game played in Omagh.

Donegal played in the Ulster Minor Football Championship for the first time.

However, the christian names and clubs of some of the players have yet to be identified.

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Donegal: E. Conaghan (Glenties), C. Coyle (St. Eunan’s), P. O’Doherty (Gweedore), H Dunlop (XX), H. McNulty (Ballybofey), J. Boyle (Gweedore), T. McHugh (XX ), Denis Callaghan (Killybegs), M. Mulligan (XX), James Boyle, (Dungloe), Maurice Byrne (Glencolmcille), George Dunnion (Donegal), Michael Green (XX), M. McKenna, (St. Eunan’s), Leo McGinley (Kilcar).

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