Fresh from competing in the JKS (Japan Karate Shotorenmei) Ireland National Championships, Lifford native Sara Martin has been selected for the JKS Ir
Donegal had a number of prominent sportswomen in action last weekend.
Emma Ryan speaks to Maria McShane and Ciara Doogan.
The scheme gives mothers and other women the opportunity to play Gaelic football, learn the basic skills and exercise regularly.
Carndonagh’s Labhaoise Clarke is on her way to Canada to represent Ireland in an upcoming competition in Ontario.
Emma Ryan talks to Lisa McDevitt about the benefits of exercising.
he prospect of another season in green and gold enticed her back to the Donegal shores, however, when the season concluded, Aoife made the decision to move back to Australia in order to find full-time work.
Donegal woman Dolores Deasley is making a name for herself in the states.
Ireland’s top badminton players are competing this week at the Welsh International Challenge in Cardiff. The event began on Wednesday November 25th and will run until Saturday November 28th.
Nine Donegal girls have been selected for trials for the U15 Schools’ Irish Development Squad