MICHAEL Murphy joined a list of great Ulster GAA captains on Sunday when he led Donegal to a third Anglo-Celt in four years. The 25-year-old Glenswilly man lauded his team-mates, manager Jim McGuinness and Donegal’s thousands of supporters as he took receipt of the Cup from Martin McAvinney, the Ulster Council President. Murphy has now […]
BY CHRIS MCNULTY JIM McGuinness hailed Christy Toye’s influence as the St Michael’s man marked his 50th Championship game win Sunday’s Ulster final win. Toye became only the third Donegal player ever to enter the 50 club – after Michael Hegarty and Colm McFadden – completing a magnificent comeback season. Advertisement Toye was shot down […]
BY CHRIS MCNULTY IN CLONES JIM McGuinness hailed Sunday’s Ulster final win over Monaghan as the best victory of his tenure. McGuinness has just led Donegal to their most successful period in history with three Ulster titles now to go alongside an All-Ireland in 2012. Advertisement It’s three Ulsters in four campaigns for McGuinness, who […]
DONEGAL 0-15 MONAGHAN 1-09 Report by Chris McNulty at St Tiernach’s Park, Clones DONEGAL are Ulster Champions once again and Jim McGuinness’s team once again has the rest of the country nervously craning their heads north-westerly after delivering an emphatic message in their defeat of Monaghan in Sunday’s Ulster final. Advertisement On the same Clones […]
Donegal are bidding to win the Ulster title for a third time in four years on Sunday…
BY CHRIS MCNULTY IN his youth, Jim McGuinness was a keen basketballer. Time was when those striking black locks were as familiar on the court as they were on a pitch. The young McGuinness played a lot with the now-defunct club in Glenties; the trophy cabinet at home contains several schools titles, won while playing […]
PATRICK and Stephen McBrearty could become the first brothers in 51 years to play for Donegal on the same day in Ulster senior and minor finals.
CONNIE McMahon will make a familiar pilgrimage on Sunday when he sets off for Clones.
SUNDAY’S Ulster final will be a 31,900 sell-out at St Tiernach’s Park in Clones, the Ulster Council has indicated.
DONEGAL supporters head to Clones in search of a rare double on Sunday with the county’s minor and senior footballers in Ulster final action, as Declan Bonner’s minors face Armagh and Jim McGuinness’s seniors meet Monaghan.