DONEGAL’S GAA clubs are once again in a state of uncertainty ahead of a planned double set of fixtures on Easter weekend.
Donegal’s Karl Lacey: “It’s about getting back to 2011 and 2012 levels”
AFTER a 2013 that was more stop than stop-start, Karl Lacey is delighted to be on the move again.
Garth Brooks answers Letterkenny sisters’ prayers live on air
FOLLOWING the disappointment of camping out and not securing Garth Brooks tickets for his Croke Park concerts this July two ‘Country mad’ Letterkenny sisters had their prayers answered this morning by the man himself.
GAA Director General Paraic Duffy critical of Donegal in annual report
PARAIC Duffy, the GAA’s Director General, has levelled stern criticism at Donegal’s door over the handling of both the incident during a League game last April when Patrick McBrearty was bitten by a Dublin player and the county’s decision to defer the 2014 Donegal senior football championship until the county team’s season has ended.
Clearing the clutter and freshening the minds: how Donegal can light their fire again
Chris McNulty reflects on Donegal’s defeat to Mayo and wonders: Where to now for Jim McGuinness and his players…
Co Board ‘hopeful’ on Jim’s future
THE Donegal County Board is ‘hopeful’ that Jim McGuinness and his management team will remain in situ with the Donegal senior football team…
‘Young players should stop admiring county men and go head-to-head’ – Doherty
FORMER Donegal manager John Joe Doherty says that young players in the county have to stand up and stake their claim for places in the county squad…
Reaction: “We haven’t been ourselves all year” says McGuinness
Jim McGuinness says that his Donegal side haven’t been ‘themselves’ all year
Jim to ponder his next move
JIM McGuinness would not be drawn on his future as Donegal senior football team manager following a crushing 16-point defeat by Mayo…
Report: Mayo dismantle Donegal’s reign as champions
Mayo toppled All-Ireland champions Donegal by 16 points in the All-Ireland quarter-final…