A FIELD is to be raffled on St Patrick’s Day to provide funds to build hurling and camogie facilities in Derry. Na Magha CLG have acquired the two-acre field outside Doochary and is selling tickets to win the ‘pound field’. Club officials are asking gaels to support the only surviving hurling club in Derry city […]
DONEGAL was a hurling stronghold long before a Gaelic football was bounced or kicked in anger, it has again been confirmed.
Jamesie Donnelly was to the fore back in 2010 when MacCumhaill’s won the Donegal Hurling Championship crown for the first time.
THE landscape of Donegal hurling might have been slightly altered in recent years, yet Burt remain the constants on the horizon.
RAY Durack has been re-appointed as the Donegal hurling manager for a two-year term.
Donegal hurling manager Ray Durack and player Paddy Hannigan reflect on their promotion to Division 2B of the National Hurling League
RAY Durack has urged his Donegal hurlers to learn from where they missed out last year when they take on Roscommon in Sunday-week’s Division 3A final at Markievicz Park, Sligo (throw-in 2pm).
SETANTA and Donegal hurler Danny Cullen has been selected as part of the Ireland team for the first test of the 2013 Senior Hurling/Shinty International Series.
Chris McNulty reflects on the Donegal hurlers’ Nicky Rackard Cup win
A CROKE Park appearance in the final of this year’s Nicky Rackard Cup is the carrot for Ray Durack’s Donegal team ahead of their clash with Louth in Letterkenny this afternoon (2.30pm).