MINISTER of State for the Gaeltacht, Dinny McGinley, officially switched on the floodlights at the Donegal GAA Training Centre in Convoy on Thursday night and said those involved in the development had left a ‘legacy’.
FOLLOWING Shay Given’s appearance at last Friday night’s training session in Convoy, Seamus Coleman could be the next Premier League star to lend his advice to the Donegal senior football team.
JIM McGuinness hopes to see Donegal’s new training regime pay off this summer.
ANTRIM will provide the opposition for Donegal in the June 22nd Ulster Championship semi-final after the Saffrons overcame Fermanagh at Brewster Park.
SHAY Given took part in a training session with the Donegal footballers on Friday night and hailed the ‘professionalism’ of Jim McGuinness’s squad.
Chris McNulty: Donegal’s rivals, all of a sudden, will be paying a little more attention again after win over Derry
FORMER Republic of Ireland goalkeeper Shay Given is expected to link up with the Donegal senior football team before the end of this week.
MATCH-WINNER Leo McLoone said Donegal’s win over Derry on Sunday was a ‘tribute to the panel’ after his 39th minute goal delivered the goods in a typically claustrophobic Ulster Championship clash.
Jim McGuinness: “I thought we did it really well, especially in the last 10 minutes. It can be difficult without important midfielders.”
a 1-11 to 0-11 win over Derry at Celtic Park was the perfect way to begin Donegal’s quest to regain the Anglo-Celt.