By Frank Craig Kevin Cassidy says Donegal need to offer something different in this season’s Championship and finally putting talisman Michael Murphy on the edge of the square would represent just that. Gaoth Dobhair’s three-time All-Star believes Declan Bonner will have enough physicality around the middle third by the time Armagh and April 24 rolls […]
By Frank Craig Declan Bogue never intended to ruffle any feathers. His idea, to write a book chronicling some of Ulster’s biggest footballing personalities going about their business was, at the time, as innovative as it was unique. Advertisement The Fermanagh native was 30 years of age back in 2010 when he first hatched the […]
Cassidy and fellow Gaoth Dobhair man Hugh McGinley will be among those taking part in the sleep-out outside the GPO on O’Connell Street this weekend.
KEVIN Cassidy has criticised the Gaoth Dobhair senior team he was a member of, after they were dumped out of the Michael Murphy Sports & Leisure Senior Football Championship last week.
FORMER Donegal player Kevin Cassidy has called time on his senior club career.
Chris McNulty examines Donegal’s recent rivalry with Tyrone
Christy Toye hails the influence of Rory Kavanagh, who has retired from inter-county football…
JIM McGuinness’s tenure as the Donegal senior football team manager amounted to sixty-six games between McKenna Cup, National League and Championship, but what defined the Glenties man’s reign were the 24 championship games under his watch.
Chris McNulty: The emergence of a bright crop of youngsters have heralded a new dawn around Magheragallon.
GAOTH Dobhair pulled away in impressive fashion during the second half to defeat Ardara by four points in a sometimes tempestuous encounter at Pearse Memorial Park.