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.
SUNDAY’S game in Newry was just a follow-on from the Meath game of the previous weekend when Donegal were fortunate enough to get a draw on that occasion.
DONEGAL Under-21 manager Maxi Curran expressed his frustration on Wednesday night after star forward Darach O’Connor was rendered unavailable for their Ulster Championship win over Fermanagh in Ballybofey.
DONEGAL minor manager Declan Bonner will rest the nine members of his squad who were in the MacLarnon Cup final tonight when his side opens their Ulster Minor Football League Group A campaign against Fermanagh in Convoy (throw-in 7.30pm).
Congratulations to Neil Gordon and the St Eunan’s College team who won the MacLarnon Cup for a fifth time in Armagh this afternoon.
St Eunan’s College and Colaistí Inis Eoghain meet in the MacLarnon Cup final in Armagh on Monday
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…
ST Eunan’s College will face Coláistí Inis Eoghain in the MacLarnon Cup final on St Patrick’s Day after they defeated St Malachy’s Belfast in Wednesday’s semi-final in Garvaghey, Co. Tyrone…
ST EUNAN’S college are through to the 2014 MacLarnon Cup final, after a brilliant first-half paved the way to comfortable semi-final victory over St Malachy’s, Belfast at the Tyrone Centre of excellence, Garvaghey on Wednesday night.
Still early days, but right now Jim McGuinness has a lethal concoction and the whole picture looks to be a strong one.