SIX times between the summers of 1999 and 2006 Donegal had hearts broken by Armagh – Brendan Devenney played in five of them
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 CHRISTY Toye would have long-since surpassed Brian Roper’s all-time appearance record (159) for Donegal, but for a horrific series of injuries. The 31-year-old St Michael’s man makes his 50th Championship appearance for Donegal in this Sunday’s Ulster SFC final against Monaghan in Clones. Advertisement In Championship football, Toye is bettered only by […]
CHRISTY Toye says Sunday’s late show against Naomh Conaill can inspire St Michael’s to climb their way away from relegation trouble in Division 1.
BY CHRIS MCNULTY JIM McGuinness got his players into the dressing room at half-time and reminded them, without stripping the paint from the walls, that their display had gone somewhat against the hard slog of the last month. Donegal have turned the screw since beating Derry, but in the first 35 minutes yesterday there were […]
Donegal overcame Antrim in Clones to reach the Ulster final, with Leo McLoone, Darach O’Connor and Leo McLoone netting goals
Chris McNulty: Donegal’s rivals, all of a sudden, will be paying a little more attention again after win over Derry
Chris McNulty profiles the Donegal forward Colm McFadden ahead of his 150th appearance
NEIL Gallagher has emerged as a major doubt for Donegal’s Ulster Championship opener with Derry in two weeks’ time.
JIM McGuinness remains hopeful on the prospects of Donegal captain Michael Murphy and Leo McLoone being able to face Monaghan in Sunday’s Division 2 final at Croke Park (throw-in 2pm).