THE Donegal Animal Hospital got 2016 off to a busy start with the delivery of this pedigree Suffolk ram lamb at 1:30am this morning.
BY CHRIS MCNULTY IN BALLYBOFEY AFTER securing his first win as the Donegal manager, Rory Gallagher will face his home county, Fermanagh in the final McKenna Cup group game on Wednesday night in MacCumhaill Park (throw-in 8pm). Donegal swatted aside Queen’s University on Sunday, Gallagher’s men winning 2-16 to 1-8. Advertisement Martin O’Reilly’s early goal […]
DONEGAL 2-16 QUEEN’S 1-08 BY CHRIS MCNULTY AT SEAN MACCUMHAILL PARK DONEGAL coasted past Queen’s for the first win of the Rory Gallagher era. Advertisement In what was Gallagher’s first home game as the county’s manager, Donegal had a useful 70 minutes in difficult conditions, but spurred on by Odhrán MacNiallais, Christy Toye and Martin […]
THE McKenna Cup is all about blooding new players and seeing what players are capable of moving on into the National League panel.
THE Rory Gallagher era got underway with an eleven-point McKenna Cup defeat to Derry at Owenbeg, but it was very much an experimental side sent to the trenches by the new manager.
GAA – DR MCKENNA CUP By Harry Walsh WITH less than two weeks to go before Donegal begin their Dr McKenna Cup campaign against Derry, new team manager Rory Gallagher has finalised his new-look panel. Advertisement There are a total of thirteen new faces, including Eoin McHugh (Kilcar) and Conor Parke (St Eunan’s) who played […]
By Harry Walsh IT has been a particularly hectic few weeks for Glenswilly’s teak tough full-back Eamon Ward but he wouldn’t swap it for anything. In less than six weeks time he gets married to Sinead Doherty from Meenaneary but he admits that wedding plans will have to be put on hold for another week […]
Chris McNulty hears from Glenswilly manager Gary McDaid and player Joe Gibbons following their defeat in the Ulster final
Glenswilly lost out to Ballinderry in the Ulster senior club final
Eamon Ward: “I’d call myself a Glenswilly man now. I certainly would.”