RATHMULLAN Celtic joint-manager Mark Curran felt it was fitting that Eoin Sheridan was the one who grabbed the goal that made sure of their second league title in twelve months.
Donegal are confident that Michael Murphy has not suffered serious damage in a knee injury picked up last night in Croke Park.
Brendan Boyce all but cemented his place at this summer’s Olympic Games after setting a new personal best of 3:57:51 at the 50k Walk in Dudince, Slovakia on Saturday.
WHEN Karen Quinn’s new play The Bull is performed at An Grianán next month, it will be somewhat of a homecoming to the Letterkenny theatre for the young writer.
Two late goals by Bryan Cullen and Diarmuid Connolly gave Dublin a nine-point win over Donegal in Croke Park last night
ONE of the most eagerly anticipated events to take place in the Lower Rosses has finally arrived. Next weekend it’s time for Naomh Mhuire’s Jigs and Reels.
Donegal overcame the sending off of Rory Kavanagh to impressively defeat Mayo by seven points in Ballyshannon.
FINN Harps slumped to their second defeat in three games in Athlone last night as they went down to Noel McGee’s second-half brace.
Donegal suffered an eleven-point defeat to Kerry in Killarney today.
Finn Valley ABC’s Michael Gallagher collection a national title in Dublin this weekend.