DONEGAL will play Division 1 football again next year after a productive afternoon in Armagh yesterday yielded a five-point (2-10 to 1-8) win.
Donegal have won promotion to Division 1 after a five-point win over Armagh…
COLM McFadden will go ahead of Matt Gallagher as second in Donegal’s all-time appearances list on Sunday.
DONEGAL are at the joystick of their own destiny heading into Sunday’s final series of matches in Division 2.
BY the end, there was a strange feeling of relief on an afternoon where Donegal really ought to have had a much bigger margin of victory.
ST EUNAN’S came good in the final ten minutes to defeat St Michael’s at The Bridge and register the opening win of Maxi Curran’s tenure.
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.
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DONEGAL manager Jim McGuinness declared himself satisfied with his lot yesterday evening as he assessed a draw with Meath in Ballybofey, obtained thanks to a pointed free from Michael Murphy with the final swing of the sword.