James Pat McDaid has defied medical advice to play through the pain barrier in 2013
BY CHRIS MCNULTY WHEN James Pat McDaid sits down, look you in the eye and says without a quiver: ‘We don’t know how lucky we are in Glenswilly to have a manager like him’ you begin to get an understanding of the standing of Gary McDaid within the impressive confines of Pairc Naomh Columba. The […]
Eamon Ward: “I’d call myself a Glenswilly man now. I certainly would.”
Ollie Horgan has applied for a got a job that is sure to present him with many challenges in the months and maybe years ahead.
GARY McFadden thought the heights couldn’t get any dizzier than two years ago when he became the first men to take Dr Maguire into Pairc Naomh Columba.
How Glenswilly’s elite – their Donegal senior footballers – have remained at the heart of the club
Chris McNulty hears from Glenswilly’s John ‘Brockagh’ McFadden ahead of Sunday’s Ulster final
THE big day is almost upon them and the feeling coming from Glenswilly is relaxed and confident ahead of Sunday’s Ulster Senior Club Championship final against Ballinderry (Healy Park, Omagh, throw-in 3pm).
GARY McDaid says Glenswilly is buzzing ahead of Sunday’s Ulster club final against Ballinderry in Omagh.
Chris McNulty on the Glenswilly manager Gary McDaid…