By Frank Craig If the current Ulster SFC draw is retained and Donegal eventually do welcome Tyrone to MacCumhaill Park, the Ballybofey venue’s capacity will be severely limited. The GAA hasn’t yet considered playing games behind closed doors. But if there are to be crowds at GAA games, capacities will need to be drastically reduced. […]
Letterkenny woman is hoping for summer so that she can watch the Donegal GAA team ‘in peace’
Donegal boss Rory Gallagher says Mayo will present a huge challenge to his team when the sides lock horns in MacCumhaill Park on Sunday. Donegal have not had a great record against Mayo since they beat them in the All-Ireland Final back in 2012. Mayo have since knocked them out of the All-Ireland series at […]
Donegal are set up for a titanic battle with Down next weekend after drawing with Meath in Ballybofey
GLENSWILLY manager Gary McDaid is well aware of the difficult challenge that awaits his team when they take on St Gall’s in MacCumhaill Park this Sunday (Throw-in 2:30 pm).
CROKE Park has launched its investigations into claims that the Donegal forward Patrick McBrearty sustained a bite wound during Sunday’s National Football League clash against Dublin in Ballybofey.
DONEGAL’S three county grounds have had their capacities confirmed by the National Health and Safety Committee (NHSC) of the GAA, following a recent meeting.
DONEGAL GAA Secretary Aodh Mairtín Ó Fearraigh says that the Co Board will ‘fight tooth and nail’ to ensure that Sean MacCumhaill Park in Ballybofey is given the green light to stage Donegal’s 2013 Ulster Championship quarter-final with Tyrone.
The decision to cut the capacity of MacCumhaill Park could be a major blow to the Twin Towns, argues Chris McNulty.