By Frank Craig Donegal’s search for a new senior football boss is nearing its conclusion but it may take a wee while longer than anticipated to get it over the line. The Donegal News has learned that the three-person committee in charge with identifying Declan Bonner’s successor have narrowed their hunt down to what are […]
By Frank Craig Manus Boyle says the appointment of the next Donegal senior football boss has to have the overall welfare of the game, within the county, at its fulcrum. The 1992 legend has warned that quick fixes or marquee outside names will only lead Donegal further down what he believes is an already wayward […]
By Frank Craig Donegal’s bid to find its new senior football team boss has been dealt a huge blow with the news that Malachy O’Rourke has ruled himself out of the running. The Donegal News understands that the former Fermangh and Monaghan manager isn’t interested in succeeding Declan Bonner at the helm for the 2023 […]
By Frank Craig Martin McHugh simply doesn’t envisage Kerry being able to stop Dublin in this season’s All-Ireland football final. Jim Gavin’s blue juggernaut is aiming for an historic five in a row. And the scary, perhaps even depressing thing, is that they appear to be at the absolute peak of their powers following that […]
The first meeting of the CPA (Club Players Association) in Donegal took place in the Villa Rose Hotel last Friday night, with over twenty people present.
Whether I’m playing for Donegal, Kilcar or Jordanstown I always try to give my best and that will be the case when I take the pitch against Donegal.
THERE are no easy games for Naomh Conaill as they bid to retain the Dr Maguire Cup for the first time.
KILCAR manager Martin McHugh says his team’s clash with St Michael’s this Sunday is the tie of the round in the Donegal SFC, and few would disagree with him.
DONEGAL stars Patrick McBrearty and Ryan McHugh will not feature in this year’s Sigerson Cup Final after their Universtity of Ulster team were beaten
BOOKS on fairies in Inishowen and ‘catechism of the laws on storms’ are just some of the fascinating and rare items being offered for sale at Saturday’s collectors’ fare in the House of Books charity shop, Ballybofey.