When the Donegal Ladies kicked off their league campaign at the end of January, Karen Guthrie was watching from the sidelines. It was not somewhere th
THE launch of a book of poetry by Liam Porter in An Grianan later this month, is the depiction of one man’s voyage through life’s stormier seas.
Mike Kelly is part of a five-strong Irish team who heads to Germany this weekend to take part in the World Championships in Leitmar in Germany.
When Carl McHugh left Donegal for Reading as a sixteen-year-old, he was fulfilling the type of dream most of the schoolboy players in the county…
FINN harps manager Ollie Horgan says there is no room for complacency ahead of their visit to Ballybofey on Saturday night.
IT is easy to see why Frank McGlynn has been such an integral part of any Jim McGuinness plan for Donegal.
Several Donegal teams were among the top performers in the early rounds of the Hughes Insurance Foyle Cup this week, and with games continuing until Saturday hopes are high that some silverware will make its way back across the border.
FORMER Drumkeen manager Mickey Rodgers has told the Donegal News this week that he had been left in a position where his role as manager was no longer tenable, after the club had opted to get rid of the first team coach Niall McGonagle without, he claimed, informing him of the decision beforehand.
THERE were a few bits of history created on Sunday by Donegal Boxers as they turned in a very successful day’s boxing at the Ulster Championships in Newtownstewart when 28 contests were down for decision.
EVERYONE has their own mountains to climb but yesterday morning people were only too glad to put their own mountains to one side and spend their Sunday tackling Errigal, all in a good cause.