With Independent Thomas Pringle sitting on less than half (0.43) of a quota things didn’t look promising for the Killybegs based outgoing TD.
Independent Deputy to endorse eleven candidates
The Killybegs based Deputy, who has been a member of Dáil Eireann since 2011, will host a work-shop for the candidates early next month.
Costs remain an issue at Finn Park
Finn Harps secretary John Campbell said the club’s budget for the new season would include four underage teams competing on the national stage.
Ten team Premier Division, Harps, Derry, Sligo and more
Speaking this week, Mr Campbell urged ‘Corporate Donegal’ to embrace Harps in bid to ensure that club continues to represent Donegal at highest level
Finn Harps back in the USL after two year absence
Finn Harps is re-entering a team in the Ulster Senior League after a two-year absence.
Ruairi Keating and Regan Donelon join Finn Harps
FINN Harps have signed Ruairi Keating and Regan Donelon on season long loans from Sligo Rovers.
Mayor in legal challenge against Minister’s wind farm ruling
THE Mayor of Donegal has been granted leave to appeal a decision by the Minister for the Environment to overrule restrictions placed on wind farm developments by county councillors.
Intermediate final: Buncrana aim to bridge a ten-year gap
IT’S ten years now since Buncrana last graced the stage of the Intermediate Championship final, but the Scarvey boys are back in the decider this Saturday.
Financial pressure eased at Finn Harps as club looks forward to FAI Cup semi-final
BY CHRIS MCNULTY IT has been a stressful time for those trying to balance the books at Finn Park of late, but Tuesday night’s FAI Cup quarter-final replay win over Avondale United means they can rest a little easier down Navenny Street. The 4-1 win over the Munster Senior League outfit has fired Harps into […]
Report: Donegal minors hold on to defeat Roscommon and book All-Ireland semi spot
DONEGAL 0-10 ROSCOMMON 1-05 REPORT BY CHRIS MCNULTY AT MARKIEVICZ PARK IT was a game that had to be seen to be believed, but Donegal minors held on for dear life to see off Roscommon in Saturday’s All-Ireland quarter-final. Advertisement In teeming rain at Markievicz Park, Donegal came under a late siege from Roscommon, but […]