DONEGAL defender Eamon McGee insists that his side are content with their position as they head into a crunch last day of the Division Two campaign on Sunday in Armagh.
CHRISTY Toye rolled back the years yesterday when he returned to partner Rory Kavanagh in the Donegal midfield.
BY the end, there was a strange feeling of relief on an afternoon where Donegal really ought to have had a much bigger margin of victory.
ST EUNAN’S came good in the final ten minutes to defeat St Michael’s at The Bridge and register the opening win of Maxi Curran’s tenure.
Chris McNulty: With the entries this year on the credit side of his ledger, Jim McGuinness’s numbers are totting up much better than twelve months ago.
KARL Lacey will return to the Donegal team for this Sunday’s crunch Division 2 clash against Down at Páirc Esler, Newry (throw-in 2pm).
Donegal are set up for a titanic battle with Down next weekend after drawing with Meath in Ballybofey
MICHAEL Murphy snatched a last-gasp equaliser for Donegal to preserve their unbeaten League run and deny dogged Meath a win.
Chris McNulty: Donegal’s return with a spring in their step this year has given great cause for optimism.
Still early days, but right now Jim McGuinness has a lethal concoction and the whole picture looks to be a strong one.