MICHAEL Murphy says Donegal mustn’t lose the ‘momentum’ gained in the last four years as they embark into a new era under Rory Gallagher’s management in 2015.
JIM McGuinness had a detailed plan in place for Donegal’s All-Ireland semi-final against Dublin that was revealed to his players in the moments after their quarter-final win over Armagh.
NEIL Gallagher is the Donegal Footballer of the Year for 2014.
NEIL McGee believes that Rory Gallagher was the ‘right man’ to take over as Donegal manager.
DONEGAL was well represented among the winners at the 27th annual Ulster GAA Writers Association annual awards banquet at the Great Northern Hotel in Bundoran on Saturday night.
BY CHRIS MCNULTY PAUL Durcan, Neil McGee, Neil Gallagher and Michael Murphy have been confirmed as 2014 All-Stars. The Donegal quartet are included on an All-Star team that contains no major surprises. Advertisement Kerry, who defeated Donegal in last month’s All-Ireland final. lead the way with five awards, but Donegal’s superb season is recognised with […]
BY CHRIS MCNULTY email@example.com ONE of Jim McGuinness’s defining qualities is that single-minded ability to move forward. McGuinness rarely looks back in anger and, during his time as the Donegal manager, often noted how he’d never seen footage of himself playing the game. Advertisement Although he has already begun the process of moving on from […]
RYAN McHugh was named as the 2014 Ulster Player of the Year on Thursday, a night that saw the Kilcar man and five of his team-mates named on the Irish News Ulster All-Star team.
Ryan McHugh capped a superb Ulster Championship with a Man of the Match display in the final…
TRADITION dies hard, especially in the McHugh household as it seems to be a case of ‘like father, like son.’