THE bloodlines always decreed that Odhrán MacNiallais was destined for big things.
A NERVOUS FOOTBALL fever has gripped the county ahead of Donegal’s historic All-Ireland semi-final clash with Dublin at minor and senior level on Sunday.
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DONEGAL ended a five-day training camp in Johnstown House, County Meath, yesterday with a clean bill of health ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland SFC semi-final against Dublin in Croke Park (throw-in 3.30pm).
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BY CHRIS MCNULTY email@example.com JIM McGuinness doesn’t believe that Donegal’s August 31 All-Ireland semi-final clash with Dublin will be a repeat of the low-scoring, defence-dominated meeting in 2011. It was a game that drew reams of columns in newspapers and countless debates on television and radio. Donegal had taken the blanket defence to new level […]
JIM McGuinness made a quick getaway on Saturday evening to run the rule over the game between Dublin and Monaghan, but speaking on Sunday the Donegal manager insisted that there is ‘a lot more in us’.
Donegal survived a real scare from Armagh and are now sweating on the fitness of four-time All-Star Karl Lacey, who will have the extent of a hamstring injury sustained on Saturday assessed early this week.
The words of Jim McGuinness are spine-tingling as the Glenties man gets his Donegal side ready to face All-Ireland champions and title favourites Dublin in a mouth-watering All-Ireland semi-final on August 31st at Croke Park.