Donegal and Antrim face off with a place in the Ulster SFC final the prize on offer…
DONEGAL’S Ulster minor and senior semi-final double-header against Antrim on June 22nd has been fixed for St Tiernach’s Park, Clones.
THE sounds of summer are in the air and Donegal are on the prowl again.
Chris McNulty profiles the Donegal forward Colm McFadden ahead of his 150th appearance
NEIL Gallagher is expected to make a return to training with the Donegal squad this weekend, but the veteran midfielder remains a doubt for Sunday-week’s Ulster Championship clash with Derry at Celtic Park.
NEIL Gallagher has emerged as a major doubt for Donegal’s Ulster Championship opener with Derry in two weeks’ time.
IN ALL the time that Jim McGuinness has been the Donegal manager this is probably the most worrying time of all.
THE most concerning aspect about this game was that it showed that last year’s Ulster final was no once-off.
They’ll view this as an ideal opportunity to lay down a marker, but they’ll also see it as a rare chance of silverware. We’ve not won too much in our history. League titles aren’t to be sneezed at.
Paddy McGrath made his long-awaited return from injury a week out from the Division 2 final