Donegal will face old rivals Tyrone in the Preliminary quarter-finals on Saturday evening. The fixture has been confirmed for this Saturday with throw in at 7pm in MacCumhaill Park, Ballybofey. Donegal will welcome the home advantage and a win will take them through to the quarter finals. Advertisement Full Draw: Kildare v Monaghan Cork v […]
STAFF and students at St Eunan’s College are delighted to have been awarded iRevise School of the Year, with a prize worth a quarter of a million euro. The Well Being Committee under the guidance of Mr Paul Browne produced a video showcasing what the school has to offer. They highlighted the school’s promotion of […]
It’s Hill 16, Croke Park, and watching events unfold from behind the goal, ‘Dodo’ O’Donnell sees Karl Lacey take possession before advancing to within 45 metres of the target and then dropping the ball into the square where it is expertly fielded by Michael Murphy who turns to rifle it to the net. Two minutes […]
In June of last year, the Red Hughs captain and his wife, Stacey, buried their two-year-old son, Caolan.
The table-top game involves little more than flicking 11 men at an oversized ball on a rolled-out felt pitch.
The Glenties native has captured images from thousands of games for local and national publications, including the Donegal News, since 1981
Donegal Together For Yes will launch its campaign at 6pm this evening, Friday, in Jackson’s Hotel, Ballybofey.
Having emigrated to the United States as an infant, he returned to Donegal, and Drumany, on the death of his grand father when he was seven years old.
Pat Shovelin worked with Jim McGuinness as goalkeeping coach to the 2012 All-Ireland winning side and the beaten finalists in 2014.
Pat is most successful coach in Donegal history. The final success over Derry was his second Ulster U21 title to go with 3 Ulsters and All Irelands