BY CHRIS MCNULTY DONEGAL manager Jim McGuinness hopes to have a full compliment of players taking an active part in training by Thursday night as the preparations intensify for an Ulster final rematch with Monaghan in Clones on July 20. By the end of the week, McGuinness expects to have welcomed Rory Kavanagh and Paddy […]
A HAMSTRING strain sustained by Paddy McGrath playing for Ardara last Sunday is not as serious as first thought and the corner-back is exected to resume full training next week with Donegal’s other injured parties inching their respective ways back to full fitness…
BY CHRIS MCNULTY firstname.lastname@example.org DARACH O’Connor was only born in November 1995. By that stage, the star dust had left Donegal football. The boys of ‘92 had begun to drift into the sunset and summers became hopeful more than expectant. Advertisement County training had ceased by the time the leaves began to float, PJ McGowan […]
BY CHRIS MCNULTY AT THE last three Ulster finals, Darach O’Connor has watched from The Hill at St Tiernach’s Park. This year, the 18-year-old Buncrana lad is set to be the man they’re looking at from The Hill. Having just finished his Leaving Certificate on Thursday, O’Connor starred yesterday, scoring 1-2, as Donegal defeated Antrim […]
BY CHRIS MCNULTY JIM McGuinness got his players into the dressing room at half-time and reminded them, without stripping the paint from the walls, that their display had gone somewhat against the hard slog of the last month. Donegal have turned the screw since beating Derry, but in the first 35 minutes yesterday there were […]
Donegal’s minor and senior footballers are through to their respective Ulster finals…
Donegal overcame Antrim in Clones to reach the Ulster final, with Leo McLoone, Darach O’Connor and Leo McLoone netting goals
MICHAEL Murphy says Donegal will have to ‘leave everything’ on the sward of St Tiernach’s Park on Sunday.
THE sounds of summer are in the air and Donegal are on the prowl again.
DONEGAL manager Jim McGuinness is keeping his powder dry ahead of Sunday’s Ulster Championship meeting with Derry at Celtic Park (throw-in, 2pm).