Donegal GAA Chairman delighted with support for fundraiser
ARRANMORE’S female population is turning the negative of Covid-19 into an opportunity to establish a women’s GAA team on the island. Arranmore has a long and successful soccer tradition but is less well known for its Gaelic football prowess. With the coronavirus allowing more people to work from home, a group of women on the […]
ONE of Liverpool’s oldest supporters is already looking forward to Juergen Klopp’s side regaining their Premier League title next year. Polly Devenney, Moneygreggan, Newtowncunningham, celebrated her 99th birthday on Monday just a few days after the club’s 30 year wait for the league crown finally came to an end. “I suppose I’ve waited this long […]
“Whatever happens this year, there will have been no precedent in the 126 years of the Association”
The Glenties native has captured images from thousands of games for local and national publications, including the Donegal News, since 1981
Donegal have been without a Cisteoir since July when St Naul’s clubman Cieran Kelly stepped down, and the Executive had hoped to elect his successor l
County Board now searching for a replacement.
Images from around the County and beyond this week. From the burial of Martin McGuinness to Fanad Lighthous 200 year anniversary, Donegal’s double win over Tyrone and more in the Donegal News.
The Donegal County GAA Board is one of the sporting groups behind the proposed North West Centre for Sport and Well-Being in Derry
Donegal GAA chairman Sean Dunnion has paid tribute to former Ulster Council Secretary Danny Murphy, who died this morning.