ALL Ireland finalists Bonagee United Ladies are set to be honoured with a Civic Reception. At a recent Letterkenny Milford Municipal District meeting, Mayor Cllr Kevin Bradley proposed that a civic reception be held for the ladies who reached the final of the FAI Women’s amateur Cup Final. The talented group suffered a 6-1 defeat in […]
CIANA Brogan will lead Bonagee United out onto the field today in Galway but she admits that the captaincy was far from her thoughts at the start of the season. Bonagee lost a key leader in Kaneshia McKinney to injury and then the second-in-line Caitlin Hume wasn’t able to devote as much time to the […]
The Raphoe lads have impressed in front of goal this season as they notched up a 5-4 winning score-line in the Ulster Final against PCC Falcarragh.
The All-Ireland Football Final is the biggest day in the GAA calendar and gaels from throughout the country are eagerly awaiting Sunday’s decider.
ONE of the smallest clubs in Donegal, Termon GAA U14 boys made history by representing the county for the first time ever in a Feile Division 1 final
IT’S the biggest day of the GAA’s year and although they won’t be represented on the pitch, Donegal will still have an important team in place today.
THE Donegal sporting public will be hoping that Charlie McGeever can lead Tipperary to the All-Ireland minor title on Sunday afternoon.
RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta extends an invitation to all Donegal fans heading to Dublin for the All-Ireland football finals to join them for a special programme live from Cassidy’s Pub on Camden Street on Saturday, September 20.
ONE Kerry man will literally be driving Donegal fans mad on All-Ireland weekend.
FLYING HIGH: Does your child have what it takes to fly the flag for Donegal or Kerry in the All-Ireland Football Senior Championship Final?
EIRCOM is giving two children, aged between 8 and 12, the chance to be a flag bearer on the hallowed ground of Croke Park on the biggest match day of the year – All-Ireland Sunday, 21st September.