Declan Bonner: Our record against Armagh is terrible, but this is a different Donegal team with a superior mindset and I think they’ll be ready for the challenge this week.
Donegal face Armagh in the All-Ireland quarter-final on Saturday at Croke Park
Chris McNulty on how Anthony Thompson has become one of the most pivotal players for Jim McGuinness’s Donegal
SIX times between the summers of 1999 and 2006 Donegal had hearts broken by Armagh – Brendan Devenney played in five of them
Donegal are back in the big house again on Saturday as Croke Park hosts their All-Ireland quarter-final against Armagh (throw-in 4pm).
IN excess of 15,000 Donegal supporters are expected to make their way to Croke Park for Saturday’s All-Ireland quarter-final against Armagh.
Donegal will take on Armagh in an All-Ireland quarter-final on Saturday in Croke Park
MICHAEL Murphy joined a list of great Ulster GAA captains on Sunday when he led Donegal to a third Anglo-Celt in four years. The 25-year-old Glenswilly man lauded his team-mates, manager Jim McGuinness and Donegal’s thousands of supporters as he took receipt of the Cup from Martin McAvinney, the Ulster Council President. Murphy has now […]
BY CHRIS MCNULTY JIM McGuinness hailed Christy Toye’s influence as the St Michael’s man marked his 50th Championship game win Sunday’s Ulster final win. Toye became only the third Donegal player ever to enter the 50 club – after Michael Hegarty and Colm McFadden – completing a magnificent comeback season. Advertisement Toye was shot down […]
BY CHRIS MCNULTY IN CLONES DONEGAL fans painted Clones green and gold yesterday as the minor and senior footballers won their Ulster finals. For the first time ever, Donegal is celebrating the ‘dream double’ and last night thousands were set to converge on Donegal town to toast the arrival of the Fr Murray and Anglo-Celt […]