It’s been a sad week for GAA supporters in Donegal with the news that Christy Toye, Rory Kavanagh, and David Walsh have all decided to retire.
“So much is lost but at least with the road statistics being changed Mollie has not been forgotten about.”
Anthony Thompson is expected to take his place in a Donegal panel for the first time under Rory Gallagher’s watch this weekend
KARL Lacey looks set to return to action on Saturday-week when Donegal begin their National League campaign against Derry
DONEGAL manager Jim McGuinness is keeping his powder dry ahead of Sunday’s Ulster Championship meeting with Derry at Celtic Park (throw-in, 2pm).
NEIL Gallagher has emerged as a major doubt for Donegal’s Ulster Championship opener with Derry in two weeks’ time.
JIM McGuinness remains hopeful on the prospects of Donegal captain Michael Murphy and Leo McLoone being able to face Monaghan in Sunday’s Division 2 final at Croke Park (throw-in 2pm).
DONEGAL defender Eamon McGee insists that his side are content with their position as they head into a crunch last day of the Division Two campaign on Sunday in Armagh.
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.
Chris McNulty: With the entries this year on the credit side of his ledger, Jim McGuinness’s numbers are totting up much better than twelve months ago.