WHEN the referee Maurice Deegan let a loud, sharp shrill of his whistle to signal the end of the Ulster final
‘I WAS absolutely disgusted with that’, says Karl Lacey, the moment clearly still troubling him.
APRIL 27, 2014, is a date that will forever be cherished by the good folk of Rathmullan Celtic…
ST Patrick’s Day 2014 will go down as a famous day in the illustrious history of St Eunan’s College, Letterkenny.
Rory Kavanagh was excellent as the St Eunan’s midfielder bounced back from All-Ireland disappointment to fire his club to championship glory
Ryan McHugh capped a superb Ulster Championship with a Man of the Match display in the final…
Declan Boyle became only the third ever Donegal driver to win the Donegal International Rally
Last month when Donegal toppled Derry, Karl Lacey was back on song…
Jan Winner – Letterkenny Blaze THE Letterkenny Blaze players didn’t hang towels over their heads or sulk as they spoke to family and friends in the moments after the final buzzer sounded. Following their 48-57 loss to Templeogue in last month’s U18 Men’s National Cup final at the National Basketball Arena in Tallaght they […]
Feb Winner – Aaron McGlynn Glenfin’s Aaron McGlynn is accustomed to sporting excellence, but even by his high standards, February was a particularly impressive month for him. Aaron is renowned as one of the Donegal’s most promising young athletes and he continued his progression in February by winning the Ulster Schools Cross Country title […]