THE nominations for the 2015 Donegal County Convention were released this afternoon.
THE Competitions Controls Committee (CCC) will present a draft fixture plan to clubs at next month’s county committee meeting.
Chris McNulty reflects on Sunday’s County Convention in Donegal town…
AIDEEN Gillen was elected as the new Donegal GAA secretary at Sunday’s annual Convention in the Abbey Hotel, Donegal town on a day that saw three new members join the executive.
AIDEEN Gillen has joined the race to succeed Aodh Mairtín Ó Fearraigh as the Donegal GAA secretary and it will be a straight fight between the Dungloe clubwoman and Ed Byrne, the outgoing PRO, for the position.
WITH Aodh Máirtín Ó Fearraigh having to vacate the secretary’s post, having completed the maximum five-year term permitted by GAA rules, all eyes will be on the identity of his successor at next month’s annual county convention.
A SIMMERING row over the rescheduling of fixtures has led to Robert Emmets players threatening to withdraw from participating for the club in the Junior A Championship, while Na Rossa have indicated that they will not be fielding in the Junior A Championship against Naomh Ultan on Saturday evening.
OUTGOING Donegal county board treasurer Grace Boyle departs on a largely positive footing with her accounts ahead of Sunday’s convention showing a neat profit for the year ending October 31.
That is the view of Cieran Kelly, one of the nominees to succeed Grace Boyle as the Donegal GAA treasurer at next month’s county convention…