AS Donegal prepares for St Patrick’s Day bank holiday weekend a lot of fantastic events have been organised around the county.
‘Homebirds’ Henry Girls for An Grianán with brand new album
FOLLOWING a very busy 2013 which saw them go on several European tours, Donegal’s popular Henry Girls will visit Letterkenny next week to present music from their brand new album Louder Than Words at An Grianán Theatre.
Malin women wins €25k with Meteor
Mary O’Brien from Malin won €25,000 in the Meteor €1 million Giveaway.
Caolán Kelly hopes to cap a memorable month in county final
CAOLÁN Kelly could cap a memorable month by helping Glenswilly to glory in Sunday’s final…
Defibrillator saves man’s life at football match
THE team of people who rushed to the aid of an 84-year old man who collapsed with a heart attack following Sunday’s Donegal senior football championship semi-final have highlighted the importance of sports clubs having a defibrillator present.
Hugh McFadden aims for a place on Fintra’s wall of fame
Chris McNulty hears from Killybegs forward Hugh McFadden
Report: Killybegs grind out win over Malin to reach county final
Malin 1-07 Killybegs 0-11 Report by Chris McNulty at Sean MacCumhaill Park THE form book can now be tossed into the Atlantic. Advertisement Killybegs, whose Division 1 League sequence reads a dreary ‘played 14, lost 14’ held off Malin to reach the Donegal SFC final. The fourteen men of Killybegs overcame the sending off of […]
Preview: Faherty return raises Killybegs’ hopes against Malin
BRENDAN Faherty is set to spearhead the Killybegs attack in today’s Donegal SFC semi-final against Malin.
SFC: Malin’s Matthew Byrne avoids club v country clash
BY CHRIS MCNULTY email@example.com MATTHEW Byrne gasped a sigh of relief when the schedule for this weekend’s SFC semi-finals was released by the Donegal CCC. Malin take on Killybegs on Sunday at 3pm – perfect timing as far as Byrne is concerned. Advertisement The alternative, a Saturday fixture, would have placed the Malin forward into […]
Tradition and history give Ardara and Killybegs every chance
SOMETIMES, tradition and history counts for a lot when it comes to the big occasion.