Chris McNulty hears from the Donegal defender Eamon McGee…
Close to 40,000 Donegal fans expected in Croke Park for All-Ireland finals
UPWARDS on 40,000 Donegal fans will manage to get into Croke Park for Sunday’s historic All-Ireland final double header between Donegal and Kerry.
Neil McGee still looking for improvement ahead of Kerry showdown
Full-back Neil McGee insists that Donegal have improvement to find from their semi-final win over Dublin
Jim McGuinness’s ways are Kerry made
Chris McNulty hears how the Kerry influence has rubbed off on Jim McGuinness
All-Ireland countown: ‘No extra tickets’
DONEGAL fans have again been warned that there will be no second allocation of All-Ireland final tickets given to the county ahead of Sunday’s senior and minor double-header against Kerry.
Clubbing together enables Jim McGuinness to prepare Donegal’s finer details again
BY CHRIS MCNULTY firstname.lastname@example.org “THAT decision has brought us to an All-Ireland final,” says Jim McGuinness as he muses about his journey back to the All-Ireland final with Donegal for the second time in three seasons. He’s on the first floor of the Sean MacCumhaill GAA Centre in Ballybofey, through the window behind him Donegal’s […]
Donegal start distributing All-Ireland final tickets
THE distribution of Donegal’s All-Ireland final tickets began yesterday evening, Thursday, with the first of the 16,088 allocation being sent around the county.
Donegal clubs learn All-Ireland final ticket allocation
DONEGAL has received just 16,088 tickets for the All-Ireland football final.
Jim McGuinness aims for Donegal improvement again for All-Ireland final
BY THE time Jim McGuinness meets his players next Sunday, the Donegal manager hopes to have finalised his plans for the following week’s All-Ireland final meeting with Kerry.
Donegal fans turn out in their thousands for ‘meet and greet’ with heroes
Chris McNulty got the views of Donegal fans at the open training and ‘meet and greet’ day on Saturday