DEJECTED Donegal Under-21 manager Maxi Curran felt the pill hard to swallow on Wednesday night.
DARACH O’Connor is winning his battle to be fit for Wednesday night’s Ulster Under-21 final against Cavan at the Athletic Grounds, Armagh (8pm).
PADDY McGrath could return to the Donegal squad for Sunday-week’s League clash with Armagh, with Jim McGuinness finally able to exude positive vibes on the fitness of the Ardara corner-back.
DONEGAL Under-21 manager Maxi Curran has not given up hope on Darach O’Connor lining out in Wednesday-week’s Ulster Championship semi-final – but the Downings man admits that ‘it isn’t looking good’.
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.
MAXI Curran was delighted to see his side avoid slipping on the banana skin of Fermanagh on Wednesday night.
DONEGAL 3-10 FERMANAGH 0-06 BY CHRIS MCNULTY IN BALLYBOFEY WILLIE Gillespie and Ciaran Brennan netted late first half goals to propel Donegal Under-21s into an Ulster semi-final. Advertisement At times this threatened to become more testing than it ought to have been but, amid breezy conditions, it was those pair of majors just before half-time […]
MAXI Curran believes that Donegal’s march to the Ulster Under-21 final last year has injected real belief into his charges as they prepare to begin the 2014 version on Wednesday night when they face Fermanagh in Ballybofey (throw-in 8pm).
DONEGAL fell to their first League defeat of the year yesterday as Down teed up at least a three-way joust for the two promotion spots from Division 2.
JIM McGuinness couldn’t hide his disappointment as Donegal fell to their first League defeat of 2014.