Rising at 5.15 am three times a week has become common practise for Kilmacrennan girl Grainne Russell, and her dedication was most certainly worthwhile it as she enjoyed a magnificent November.
September – Aidan Callaghan’s month to remember
Aidan was always had an interest in Triathlons and when a club was formed in Letterkenny, he decided to give it a go.
August – Sinéad Jennings is keen to set more goals
ON Monday, Sinéad Jennings gripped the oars for the first time since finishing sixth in the women’s lightweight double sculls final at the Olympic Gam
July – Donegal Minor Super Sweeper Peadar Mogan
JULY was a fantastic month for the Donegal Minor team and their super sweeper Peadar Mogan.
June – Manus steers his way to success
MANUS Kelly has just experienced a month that he never anticipated in having in his ‘wildest dreams.’
May – It’s all about the team for Karen Guthrie
WHEN the Donegal Ladies kicked off their league campaign at the end of January, Karen Guthrie was watching from the sidelines.
April – Denise saves the best for the shoot-outs!
APRIL was a month to remember for the Raphoe Hockey’s Ladies team and their goalkeeper Denise McElhinney
March – Rhys laps up the plaudits
KILMACRENNAN motorcycle racer Rhys Irwin made history in March when he became only the third Irishman ever to win a British Superteens Championship
February – Darren dreams of leading Rovers to Aviva
DARREN McElwaine has led from the front all season for Letterkenny Rovers and he is dreaming of marching his team out at the Aviva Satdium.
January – Jordan Boyce enjoys World Final experience
IT wasn’t quite the January Jordan Boyce had dreamed of, but the 16- year-old showed that he has a big future ahead of him in the world of darts.