Donegal are back in the Ulster final again after seeing off Tyrone in Saturday’s semi-final.
A lot has changed since these teams met in a semi-final in 2007, writes Chris McNulty…
RORY Kavanagh is in a race against time to be fit for Donegal’s Ulster SFC quarter-final with Derry after sustaining an ankle injury yesterday.
DONEGAL are safely through to an Ulster quarter-final meeting with Derry as Cavan suffered a touch of stage fright at Kingspan Breffni Park.
RORY Kavanagh will step onto the pitch for the 100th time on Sunday – and the St Eunan’s man will captain the side as he hits the century.
Chris McNulty previews Sunday’s game between Cavan and Donegal…
DONEGAL manager Jim McGuinness is guarding against any hint of complacency setting in as he prepares his charges for the trenches of Kingspan Breffni Park, Cavan on Sunday afternoon.
Donegal manager Jim McGuinness got a pleasant surprise on Friday night when 29 players reported for training, including Christy Toye, Karl Lacey, Ryan Bradley, Neil Gallagher and Eamon McGee.
WITH less than two weeks to go until they enter a Championship arena for the first time in 2012, it seems as if Christy Toye’s hopes of facing Cavan on May 20th are all but over.
DONEGAL came good in the second-half to record a narrow win over Mayo in their final challenge game ahead of the May 20th Championship meeting with Cavan.