See some of this weeks featured pictures from around the County including the Fodder crisis, Dungloe Marching band Competition, All County Football league action, Finn Harps against local rivals Derry City and the Pan Celtic Festival. Se Friday and Monday’s Donegal News each week for the latest News and Sport coverage.
Newtoncunningham farmer Keith Roulston with Michael Chance, Donegal IFA. Photograph by Declan Doherty
Young Keadue band members, Aaron Boyle, Elliot Cowley and Aedan Boyle tuning up in Dungloe on Easter Sunday.
Guest speaker Councillor John Shamuis î Fearraigh addressing the large crowd at the Easter Sunday Commemoration at Derrybeg. Photos: Tommy Curran
Dungloe band members Gloria McCole, Daniel Timoney and Patricia Ferry.
The Easter band parade attracted a hugo crowd to the town.
Cattle are still in sheds eating expensive fodder due to poor grass growth and sodden pastures .
Benny Porter, Drumoghill winner of the Jackpot in the Donegal Hospice Highland Radio Bingo pictured at the Donegal Hospice today as he receives his cheque for 10,000 Euros. Included seated are from left are Marian Potts representing Highland Radio Benny Porter, winner of the Highland Bingo Jackpot and Grace Boyle Hospice Chairperson. back row form left are Geraldine Casey, Cristeen Porter, Kathleen Harkin Derek Mc Elhinney representing McElhinney's XL Manorcunningham. Una Mc Glynn and Caroline O'Conner Photo Brian McDaid
Cara and Eva draw their easter eggs.
Members of the Rathmullan Celtic FC with Joe Brolly.
Charlie Webster, famous Scottish Fiddler giving a Masterclass as part of the Pan Celtic Festival, up learning a traditional Scottish tune is Stuart MacQuarrie visiting from Cornwall. Photo: Donna El Assaad
Craig Johnston with his mother Teresa and his children Eli and Isla Johnston, Letterkenny in the Town Park yesterday, Thursday, afternoon. Photo: Donna El Assaad
Main street, Dungloe on Easter Sunday afternoon where crowds enjoyed the annual parade of marching bands.
Niall O'Donnell St Eunan's in possession as Kane Barrett, closes in for Milford. Photo: Donna El Assaad
Jason Quigley after knocking out Daniel Rosario. Photo Credit: Matt Heasley/ Hogan Photos/ Golden Boy Promotions
Posted: 11:35 am April 6, 2018
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