THE group format for the Donegal Senior Football Championship will remain in place regardless of Donegal’s progress in the All-Ireland SFC, it has been confirmed.
Kilcar and Na Rossa to appeal as CCC award wins over non-fielding
NA ROSSA and Kilcar are set to lodge appeals against the decision of the Donegal Competitions Controls Committee (CCC) to aware wins to Naomh Ultan and Termon from games that were scheduled last weekend.
Christy Toye hopes vital win over Naomh Conaill will lift St Michael’s confidence
CHRISTY Toye says Sunday’s late show against Naomh Conaill can inspire St Michael’s to climb their way away from relegation trouble in Division 1.
Maxi Curran encouraged as St Eunan’s squad grows in strength
MAXI Curran, the St Eunan’s manager, was greatly encouraged by his side’s two-point win over Glenswilly on Sunday.
All-County League: Two of Friday’s three Division One games postponed
TWO of the three games in Division One of the All-County Football League scheduled for Friday evening have been postponed.
Emergence of youthful aces give Gaoth Dobhair hope for the future
Chris McNulty: The emergence of a bright crop of youngsters have heralded a new dawn around Magheragallon.
Gaoth Dobhair’s strong second half sees off Ardara as red cards dominate
GAOTH Dobhair pulled away in impressive fashion during the second half to defeat Ardara by four points in a sometimes tempestuous encounter at Pearse Memorial Park.
Two Division 1 games off as Ardara manager warns: ‘Players will be forced to leave their clubs’
TWO games in the Donegal All-County Football League Division 1 scheduled for this evening, Friday, have been postponed amid another week of wrangling in relation to club fixtures in the county.
‘What is the norm?’ – Jim McGuinness disappointed at coverage of Donegal club fixtures
JIM McGuinness has expressed his disappointment that the ongoing issue with regard to club fixtures in Donegal has become a ‘national media story’.
Declan Bonner: GAA almost ready to follow a fixtures path paved by rugby
Declan Bonner: A SHAKE of the crystal ball this week has brought a worrying sight into view for GAA clubs and their players.