Half a life-time has passed since the then 16-year-old won his first Dr Maguire medal as Gaoth Dobhair defeated St Eunan’s 1-11 to 0-10 in 2002.
The Sam Maguire Cup, the Liam McCarthy Cup and Anglo Celt Cup will be on display for the duration of ‘Up for the Match’ which will conclude at 2 pm.
Devenney has been very impressed by the start McBrearty has made to the 2018 season while he’s also encouraged by the form of Brennan and O’Donnell
Yes we can. That’s the clear message from Donegal legend Brendan Devenney ahead of the big showdown in Croke Park, which is already a sell out.
Former Donegal footballer Brendan Devenney gives his verdict…
SIX times between the summers of 1999 and 2006 Donegal had hearts broken by Armagh – Brendan Devenney played in five of them
FORMER Donegal footballer and RTE pundit Brendan Devenney, Letterkenny native Sean McFadden who put in an heroic effort to finish second in Ireland’s first ever 24-hour endurance event The Race and former Glenswilly GAA captain and Election hopeful James Pat McDaid will be among the contestants at the big Donegal Youth Service QUBE fundraiser this Friday night in the Clanree Hotel in Letterkenny.