FOR the fourth month in succession, Naomh Ultan brought to county committee’s attention allegations that some forty-nine children residing in the parish of Killaghtee – their club’s catchment area – are registered with St Naul’s and Killybegs.
AN investigation is underway to explore how a player from the Naomh Padraig GAA club in Lifford was allowed transfer to a club in Tyrone without the permission of either the Lifford club or the Donegal County Board.
NAOMH Ultan have urged a specially-appointed sub-committee of the Donegal County Board to step up their investigations into allegations that 49 players from the parish of Killaghtee, Naomh Ultan’s catchement area, are playing with neighbouring clubs St Naul’s and Killybegs.
NAOMH Padraig, Muff have been asked to put in writing their complaints over an incident during a recent Northern Board Under-14 Division 1 League final and certain aspects of the procedure in dealing with it.
A THREE-PERSON sub committee has been appointed to investigate allegations that 49 players from the Naomh Ultan club’s parish are registered with neighbouring clubs – amid claims that the Dunkineely-based club could ‘fold’ if action isn’t forthcoming.
DONEGAL chairman, Sean Dunnion, and treasurer, Cieran Kelly, are to meet the county minor manager, Declan Bonner, after Tuesday night’s county committee meeting heard clubs allege that the county boss had instructed certain players not to play with their club sides in recent weeks.
JIM McGuinness hopes to see Donegal’s new training regime pay off this summer.
DONEGAL GAA clubs are eagerly awaiting news of their ticket allocation for the May 25th Ulster Championship clash between Donegal and Derry at Celtic Park.
A PROPOSED amalgamation of the Dungloe and Na Rossa GAA clubs for the purpose of minor and underage football looks set to go ahead, despite an overwhelming vote against it at a meeting of the Southern Regional Board on Thursday night.
IM McGuinness’s proposals and suggestions for the club
fixtures schedule in Donegal will be aired at Monday monthly
meeting of the Donegal County Committee…