Beautiful video produced by St Peter’s NS staff

St Peter’s National School, Mountcharles are ready to welcome back pupils their through their doors in September. Teachers and staff are looking forward to seeing all their students once again and moving forward after what has been a challenging time for all. This beautiful production by the staff at the school illustrates their hope and […]

Jason Quigley ready to rumble in historic PPV

By Frank Craig Jason Quigley admits the initial stages of the Covid-19 lockdown filled him with trepidation. Following his first professional defeat to mouthy Bahamian Tureano Johnston in California last July, he’d managed to re-rail his world middleweight title ambitions with back to back wins over Abraham Cordero and Fernando Marin in the space of […]

This Is Our Year and that seismic fallout

By Frank Craig Declan Bogue never intended to ruffle any feathers. His idea, to write a book chronicling some of Ulster’s biggest footballing personalities going about their business was, at the time, as innovative as it was unique. Advertisement The Fermanagh native was 30 years of age back in 2010 when he first hatched the […]

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Cathal Ellis: Players need to have the right work done

By Frank Craig Donegal physio Cathal Ellis says that GAA players, especially club ones, need to be training smart and make sure they’ve the specific and required work done before games resume. Club players the length and breadth of the country are hitting the roads and gyms with the hope of a green light coming […]

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Ray Sweeney on potential Championship restructure

By Frank Craig JUNE 11, 2000 was Donegal’s last involvement in straight knockout Ulster Championship football. Their opposition that day was Fermanagh. And a Rory Gallagher inspired Ernesiders would upset the odds to dump the Tir Chonaill men out of the Anglo Celt running at the very first hurdle. Advertisement Coincidently enough, it was a […]

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McMahon relished his battles in Tir Chonaill’s backyard

By Frank Craig Joe McMahon’s own recollection of entering the lion’s den with the intent of taking its head gets his heart pumping. It’s an inadvertent flick of a now suppressed head switch. But old habits die hard and like some sort of cerebral muscle memory, it kicks in and he’s right back in one […]

Football the least of Kavanagh’s concerns

‘We need to get this right’ By Frank Craig Rory Kavanagh admits that the remainder of the GAA season including championship might well fall victim to the Covid-19 pandemic. Advertisement The Letterkenny man is a Donegal footballing legend but he’s a parent and a primary school teacher first and foremost. The 2012 All-Ireland winner is […]

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Indian adventure will continue for McHugh

Indian adventure will continue for McHugh By Frank Craig Carl McHugh says he’s enjoyed his time in the Indian Super League even though a large chunk of his season was curtailed by injury. Advertisement The Leitirmacaward native joined ATK FC from Scottish Premier League side Motherwell last October. He settled well and banged in a […]

Eoghan keen to Ban-ish league blues

By Frank Craig Eoghan Ban Gallagher doesn’t believe the departure of Jim Gavin has weakened Dublin. The Donegal flier says sides with All-Ireland aspirations can’t rely on the hope that the current five-in-a-row champions might have lost some steam due to their recent managerial shake up. Advertisement He says the only way the Leinster kingpins […]

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Letterkenny Rugby Club launch 50/50 Monster Clubhouse D

Letterkenny Rugby Club have launched their new 50/50 Monster Monthly Clubhouse Draw to raise funds for the continued development of the club and its facilities. The club has gone from strength to strength in recent years. The club maintain philosophy of keeping membership fees affordable so as to maximise the number of members who have the opportunity […]