By Frank Craig Mark McHugh fears the new advanced mark rule will have a detrimental effect on Gaelic football if persisted with. The 2012 All-Ireland winner was present in Ballybofey last weekend for the NFL visit of Mayo. Advertisement McHugh had his reservations prior to throw-in. What he subsequently witnessed in MacCumhaill Park and what […]
Legendary GAA families support Trócaire’s Christmas Gifts campaign
Two of Ireland’s best-known GAA families gathered to launch Trócaire’s Christmas ‘Gifts of Love’ range
Mark McHugh to receive 2017 Séamus Mac Géidigh Award
Mark McHugh will be presented with the award at the annual Donegal GAA County Banquet and Award night in the Mount Errigal Hotel in Letterkenny.
Division One champions Kilcar are aiming for higher
Kilcar had just defeated Naomh Conaill 2-16 to 3-08 to secure the Division One League title but McHugh’s focus had already switched to next summer
McHugh was in library when heard he had won an All Star
It’s great for the McHughs. We’re a proud footballing family. On a personal level, I’m delighted to get such an award at the end of what was a …
Ryan McHugh completes a superb family hat-trick
The Kilcar student and the other members of the team will be honoured at a gala event in Dublin’s convention Centre tomorrow night, Friday.
McHugh looking to make his ‘Mark’ in Clones
DONEGAL are preparing for their sixth Ulster Final in-a-row, but it’s been a long time since Mark McHugh tasted the euphoria of provincial glory.
Small margins prove major in Donegal loss
THE harsh reality of sport could not have been any clearer in Croke Park last Saturday evening.
Gallagher and Donegal can show there’s life after Jim
Rory Gallagher takes charge of Donegal for the first time in Championship football this Sunday…
Mark McHugh: Refreshed by time away and relishing the battle again
Chris McNulty hears from Donegal’s Mark McHugh ahead of Sunday’s Ulster SFC game against Tyrone in Ballybofey