A FIRST defeat of the League season leaves Donegal firmly in a scrap for promotion heading into the final two series of games in Division 2.
St Eunan’s College and Colaistí Inis Eoghain meet in the MacLarnon Cup final in Armagh on Monday
Donegal are set up for a titanic battle with Down next weekend after drawing with Meath in Ballybofey
Chris McNulty: Donegal’s return with a spring in their step this year has given great cause for optimism.
Chris McNulty: With supporters sticking by them, Donegal are emerging from the ashes, with Ryan McHugh Odhrán MacNiallais and Darach O’Connor adding to an again tight defence
JIM McGuinness says Donegal are back enjoying football again, for the first time since 2012.
Donegal welcome Monaghan to O’Donnell Park on Sunday for a crunch Division 2 clash
EAMON McGee is in line to make his first National League appearance of the year on Sunday when Donegal host Monaghan at O’Donnell Park, Letterkenny (throw-in 2pm), but the Gaoth Dobhair man looks set to start on the bench.
DONEGAL manager Jim McGuinness remains hopeful that corner-back Paddy McGrath will return to full fitness next month.
NEIL Gallagher has returned to the Donegal panel for Sunday’s game against Galway, with Christy Toye handed a starting berth as Jim McGuinness’s hand gets a little more stronger.