A DONEGAL student is nearing the end of a month-long solo charity cycle along the Wild Atlantic Way. Saoirse MacCárthaigh left the Old Head of Kinsale in Cork on Monday, July 6, and since then he’s visited many hidden inlets, sandy beaches, tiny harbours, tranquil bays and everything else a coastline can offer. This week […]
Creeslough man’s championship starts this weekend
It might be two weeks until Donegal begin their Ulster campaign, but one former county player is beginning his championship season this weekend.
Harps fight back to defeat UCD and make play-off
FINN Harps are through to the Airtricity League promotion/relegation play-off after they defeated UCD in front of a large crowd of 2,013 people in Ballybofey tonight.
McFadden joins Limerick management team
St Michael’s clubman Antoin McFadden is the new strength and conditioning coach for the Limerick senior football team.
Karl Lacey – May 2014 Donegal News Sports Personality of the Month
Last month when Donegal toppled Derry, Karl Lacey was back on song…
Donegal ESB workers assist to repair damage in West and Southwest
AS CLOSE to 100,000 households were without electricity in the west and southwest of Ireland following one of the worst storms in 16 years, a crew from the Donegal ESB assisted their colleagues down the country.
Killybegs defender commits to Limerick for another season
Shaun Kelly has committed to Limerick FC for a fourth season after penning a fresh deal on Tuesday, with the defender stating “there was nowhere else I wanted to be”.
Heartbreak for Donegal Kennedy Cup squad
THE Donegal Schoolboys side bowed out of the prestigious Kennedy Cup soccer tournament at the University of Limerick in heartbreaking fashion on Wednesday evening, losing to the Limerick District Schoolboy League 7-6 on penalties at the quarter-final stages.