TERMON Ladies booked their place in the All-Ireland final and Urris have pencilled the Ulster Junior final into their diaries after a mixed day for Donegal’s clubs in Championship action yesterday.
ST EUNAN’S manager Maxi Curran says Sunday’s Ulster semi-final against Omagh St Enda’s is the biggest game in the club’s history (Celtic Park, Derry, throw-in 2.30pm).
Rory Kavanagh was excellent as the St Eunan’s midfielder bounced back from All-Ireland disappointment to fire his club to championship glory
St Eunan’s manager Maxi Curran says ‘Donegal is very strong’ as three clubs bid for Ulster final spots
ST EUNAN’S boss Maxi Curran says that Donegal football has never been stronger ahead of a weekend that sees Donegal’s senior, intermediate and junior champions all chasing places in their respective Ulster finals.
ST EUNAN’S 1-09 ROSLEA SHAMROCKS 0-06 REPORT BY CHRIS MCNULTY AT O’DONNELL PARK ST EUNAN’S put Fermanagh champions Roslea to the sword to book their ticket to the Ulster Club semi-finals. Advertisement It was only St Eunan’s third ever win in the Ulster Championship and Maxi Curran’s team are now just an hour off the […]
Ryan Ferry hears from St Eunan’s player Sean Hensey
Declan Bonner: For St Eunan’s, this has to be seen as an opportunity. And this is a real opportunity.
Chris McNulty reflects on St Eunan’s capture of the Dr Maguire Cup last Sunday…
JOHN Haran proclaimed Maxi Curran as a ‘magician’ after St Eunan’s defeated Glenswilly in Sunday’s Donegal SFC final in Ballybofey.
BY CHRIS MCNULTY MAXI Curran flicked the lights off at 5 o’clock yesterday morning after finally getting his preparatory work done for the county final. The appointment of Curran, a native of Downings, to the St Eunan’s job at the end of last year didn’t quite cause a stir, but nevertheless the decision to select […]