DONEGAL manager Jim McGuinness is expected to field a strong team against Mayo in a challenge game on Sunday afternoon in Swinford, Co.Mayo (throw-in 2.30pm).
Donegal GAA must ensure that the Convoy Centre of Excellence project isn’t allowed become a ‘ghost site’ writes Chris McNulty…
The Donegal football squad trained for the first time on Wednesday night since the close of their National Football League campaign and assistant manager Rory Gallagher says that there is the possibility of some new faces being drafted into the set-up in time for the Championship opener with Cavan on May 20th.
A MAJOR Fundraising drive, designed to raise €125,000 to go towards the new Centre of Excellence development in Convoy was officially launched on Monday night at the Mount Errigal Hotel.
Donegal GAA officials have expressed optimism that Donegal team captain Michael Murphy will be fit to lead the county into the championship.
Donegal are confident that Michael Murphy has not suffered serious damage in a knee injury picked up last night in Croke Park.
Two late goals by Bryan Cullen and Diarmuid Connolly gave Dublin a nine-point win over Donegal in Croke Park last night
Donegal manager was delighted with the response given by his team against Mayo in Ballyshannon on Sunday.
Donegal overcame the sending off of Rory Kavanagh to impressively defeat Mayo by seven points in Ballyshannon.
Donegal welcome Mayo to Ballyshannon on Sunday for another crucial National League clash.