By Frank Craig Colm McFadden believes Donegal are better than any side going forward in the country, including Dublin. The 2012 All-Ireland winner was part of the last side, Donegal back in 2014, to beat the five-in-a-row history chasers in Championship warfare. Advertisement McFadden hit 1-3 that day when a Donegal surge flattened the Dubs […]
ST Michael’s manager Michael Kelly says former Donegal stars Colm McFadden and Christy Toye will be integral to his team’s plans this season.
It’s been a sad week for GAA supporters in Donegal with the news that Christy Toye, Rory Kavanagh, and David Walsh have all decided to retire.
All the adult football in Donegal is finished up now and clubs are already starting to look towards 2017.
There were highs and lows for Donegal in 2016.
THE curtain comes down on the 2016 National Football League season for Donegal with two big games over the next fortnight.
The Dr McKenna Cup gets back underway again this weekend and it is a very different tournament now than when I played in it.
When Jim McGuinness stepped down, Donegal had won three Ulster titles, the 2012 All-Ireland and contested the ‘14 final against Kerry.
St Michael’s manager Eddie Harkin is unsure if he will be able to call upon the services of Colm McFadden for Sunday’s RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta Senior Football Championship Quarter-final with Malin in O’Donnell Park.
A LOT of great things have been said of Colm McFadden’s outstanding record as Donegal’s top marksman over the past decade. However, the St Michael’s man is also making headlines this season for his assists.