COLM McFadden will go ahead of Matt Gallagher as second in Donegal’s all-time appearances list on Sunday.
Donegal captain Michael Murphy is expecting a ‘typical Ulster clash’ when Donegal take on Armagh
LOUTH manager Aidan O’Rourke bemoaned the fact that it was too late in the game before his team started to play when he spoke after yesterday’s defeat to Donegal in Ballyshannon yesterday.
CHRISTY Toye rolled back the years yesterday when he returned to partner Rory Kavanagh in the Donegal midfield.
JIM McGuinness declared himself satisfied with ‘most’ of Donegal’s display in their 1-19 to 3-7 win over Louth that had more drama than the Tir Chonaill boss would have cared for.
DONEGAL are at the joystick of their own destiny heading into Sunday’s final series of matches in Division 2.
BY the end, there was a strange feeling of relief on an afternoon where Donegal really ought to have had a much bigger margin of victory.
John Duffy, the Donegal selector, speaks to Chris McNulty about his new role…
ON THE back of two games without a win – the draw against Meath and the defeat by Down – Donegal have a chance to get their promotion wheels back on the tracks this Sunday
RAY Durack has urged his Donegal hurlers to learn from where they missed out last year when they take on Roscommon in Sunday-week’s Division 3A final at Markievicz Park, Sligo (throw-in 2pm).