IT WILL be ‘business as usual’ for Rory Gallagher and the 17 members of his squad who aren’t embarking on the holiday to Dubai this week.
Chris McNulty hears from the Donegal manager, Rory Gallagher
Donegal’s Under-21s were hit by a killer late purple patch by Cavan in the Ulster Under-21 final at the Athletic Grounds.
EIGHT points from captain Patrick McBrearty gave Donegal a hard-earned passage into the Ulster Under-21 final at Armagh’s expense in Cavan.
DONEGAL 3-10 FERMANAGH 0-06 BY CHRIS MCNULTY IN BALLYBOFEY WILLIE Gillespie and Ciaran Brennan netted late first half goals to propel Donegal Under-21s into an Ulster semi-final. Advertisement At times this threatened to become more testing than it ought to have been but, amid breezy conditions, it was those pair of majors just before half-time […]
MAXI Curran believes that Donegal’s march to the Ulster Under-21 final last year has injected real belief into his charges as they prepare to begin the 2014 version on Wednesday night when they face Fermanagh in Ballybofey (throw-in 8pm).
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Jim McGuinness was encouraged by his Donegal side who defeated Laois by 13 points in their opening NFL Division 2 game
YOUNG guns Odhrán MacNiallais and Darach O’Connor have been rewarded for a positive McKenna Cup campaign by being selected in Jim McGuinness’s starting XV for Sunday’s National Football League opener against Laois at O’Moore Park, Portlaoise (throw-in 2pm).
DONEGAL will train again on Friday night with Jim McGuinness’s mind now turning sharply to their National Football League opener in Laois on Sunday-fortnight.