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FIVE students from Coláiste na Carraige will travel to Budapest later this week to represent Ireland in the European Young Entrepreneur competition.
DECLAN Bonner wants to take ‘a big scalp’ on Saturday when the Donegal minors take on Tyrone in Convoy (throw-in 12noon) in their second game of the Ulster Minor League.
St Eunan’s College will look to build on their MacLarnon Cup success when they face Markey Cup winners Colaiste na Carraige in the All-Ireland quarter-final in Ballyshannon on Saturday at 12.30pm.
It was glory glory days for Colaiste na Carraige as they took their first Ulster Markey Cup title since 1985 when John Joe Doherty and Noel Hegarty powered them to victory.
Declan Bonner: Two points on Sunday wouldn’t make up for the Ulster final, but what it would do is give us a great kick in towards a return to Division 1 again…
Several Donegal schools are in Ulster Vocational Schools action this week…
DONEGAL Schools are preparing to enter their respective Ulster Vocational Schools competitions.
THIS Thursday, January 23, Coláiste Na Carraige host a live rock concert, where musicians from across the county and even the province will come to raise the roof on the Southwest venue, and bring their music to Gleann Cholm Cille and Kilcar audiences.
THAT’S the McKenna Cup done and dusted for another year from a Donegal point of view. Two victories this week over Armagh and Queens University weren’t enough to seal a place in the semi-finals, but Jim McGuinness will still reflect on what has been an encouraging couple of weeks in action in the pre-season competition. […]