Donegal have been without a Cisteoir since July when St Naul’s clubman Cieran Kelly stepped down, and the Executive had hoped to elect his successor l
Dubai date for Donegal squad this week for holiday
THE 2014 Donegal squad jets off on Friday for a week-long team holiday in Dubai.
County Convention: Familiar fixtures issues just won’t go away
Chris McNulty reflects on Sunday’s County Convention in Donegal town…
Donegal GAA Convention: Aideen Gillen is new secretary as Board report healthy finances
AIDEEN Gillen was elected as the new Donegal GAA secretary at Sunday’s annual Convention in the Abbey Hotel, Donegal town on a day that saw three new members join the executive.
Gillen, Byrne in battle for secretary’s job at GAA Convention
AIDEEN Gillen has joined the race to succeed Aodh Mairtín Ó Fearraigh as the Donegal GAA secretary and it will be a straight fight between the Dungloe clubwoman and Ed Byrne, the outgoing PRO, for the position.
County Convention race is on
WITH Aodh Máirtín Ó Fearraigh having to vacate the secretary’s post, having completed the maximum five-year term permitted by GAA rules, all eyes will be on the identity of his successor at next month’s annual county convention.
Donegal set wheels in motion to appoint McGuinness successor
By Chris McNulty A FIVE-PERSON committee will oversee the appointment of a successor to departed Donegal football manager Jim McGuinness. Last night at the monthly meeting of the Donegal county committee, the process of appointing a new manager was outlined to delegates. Advertisement County Chairman Sean Dunnion, secretary Aodh Mairtín Ó Fearraigh and treasurer Cieran […]
Donegal County Board appeal for fundraising support
COUNTY Chairman Seán Dunnion has appealed to GAA members and clubs in Donegal to row in behind the County Board’s fundraising efforts ahead of Sunday-week’s Ulster football finals.
‘Our Donegal’ gets off the ground as County Board steps up fundraising drive
THE Donegal County Board has officially launched its new fundraising venture, ‘Our Donegal’.
Floodlights switched on at Donegal GAA Training Centre
MINISTER of State for the Gaeltacht, Dinny McGinley, officially switched on the floodlights at the Donegal GAA Training Centre in Convoy on Thursday night and said those involved in the development had left a ‘legacy’.