If Donegal had a Mount Rushmore then Michael Murphy would surely be carved in granite near its peak.
Paddy McGrath is one of a new breed of Donegal players who have become accustomed to success but yet his feet remain firmly planted on the ground.
It’s been yet another great adventure for players and supporters alike but in the end Rory Gallagher’s Donegal team fell just short of the ultimate goal over the weekend.
BY HARRY WALSH DONEGAL have made two late changes to the starting line-up for this evening’s All-Ireland quarter meeting with Mayo at Croke Park. Christy Toye and Hugh McFadden have come into the 15 in place of Martin McElhinney and Martin O’Reilly Advertisement Paul Durcan; Paddy McGrath, Neil McGee; Ryan McHugh, Karl Lacey, Frank McGlynn; […]
LESS than an hour after the final whistle has sounded last Saturday evening and all the media attention had already moved onto next weekend’s quarter final clash with Mayo, also at Croke Park.