The St Michael’s man made his debut in 2007
BY the time the post-game huddle dispersed in the middle of St Tiernach’s Park at around half eight on Saturday evening the Donegal players had already switched their attention to their next game in Clones in three weeks time – the Ulster final.
Donegal defeated Tyrone in the Ulster SFC in Ballybofey…
ALTHOUGH Martin McElhinney is recuperating from a groin strain, the St Michael’s man is expected back in training by next weekend and is not, at the moment, considered a ‘doubt’ for next month’s Ulster SFC meeting with Tyrone.
DONEGAL secured their Division 1 status thanks to a ten-point win over Tyrone in Ballybofey.
DONEGAL were utterly dominant against Tyrone in Ballybofey on Sunday, defeating the Red Hands by ten points to make safe their status as a top-flight county for 2016.
Chris McNulty hears from the Donegal manager, Rory Gallagher
DONEGAL 2-16 QUEEN’S 1-08 BY CHRIS MCNULTY AT SEAN MACCUMHAILL PARK DONEGAL coasted past Queen’s for the first win of the Rory Gallagher era. Advertisement In what was Gallagher’s first home game as the county’s manager, Donegal had a useful 70 minutes in difficult conditions, but spurred on by Odhrán MacNiallais, Christy Toye and Martin […]
IN the absence of Michael Murphy and co, it was a proud Martin McElhinney who captained Donegal into battle at Owenbeg on Sunday,
THE Rory Gallagher era got underway with an eleven-point McKenna Cup defeat to Derry at Owenbeg, but it was very much an experimental side sent to the trenches by the new manager.