BY CHRIS MCNULTY SATURDAY could be termed as a watershed night of sorts for this St Michael’s squad. Tony Wilkinson’s team face St Eunan’s at Sean MacCumhaill Park (throw-in 8pm) with the prize on offer a place in their second Donegal SFC final in four years. Advertisement In 2011, St Michael’s lost against Glenswilly on […]
Donegal SFC: Kilcar and St Eunan’s serve their notice on opening weekend
The Donegal SFC got underway this weekend with St Eunan’s, St Michael’s and Kilcar scoring eye-catching wins
Maxi Curran encouraged as St Eunan’s squad grows in strength
MAXI Curran, the St Eunan’s manager, was greatly encouraged by his side’s two-point win over Glenswilly on Sunday.
Clubs express frustration over Easter weekend fixture farce
CLUB managers in Donegal have rounded on the Competitions Controls Committee (CCC) after a near-wipeout of planned All-County League fixtures on Good Friday.
Maxi Curran left ‘heartbroken but proud’ after Under-21 final defeat
DEJECTED Donegal Under-21 manager Maxi Curran felt the pill hard to swallow on Wednesday night.
Beathless, heartbroken and crestfallen: Donegal Under-21s pipped at the post
BREATHLESS and heartbroken, the Donegal Under-21 manager, Maxi Curran, struggled to put Wednesday night’s Ulster final defeat to Cavan into words.
Report: Heartbreak for Donegal Under-21s as Cavan strike late to win Ulster title
Donegal’s Under-21s were hit by a killer late purple patch by Cavan in the Ulster Under-21 final at the Athletic Grounds.
Ulster Under-21 final: Ex-Manchester United goalkeeper Joe Coll finding his range again
Chris McNulty hears from Donegal goalkeeper Joe Coll ahead of the Ulster Under-21 final against Cavan…
Ulster Under-21 final: Donegal’s Martin O’Reilly aims to emulate the class of 2010
MARTIN O’Reilly’s career has fairly catapulted from those days in 2010 when he traveled as a supporter to watch the Jim McGuinness-managed Donegal Under-21s on their magical run to the All-Ireland final.
Darach O’Connor winning fitness race ahead of Under-21 final
DARACH O’Connor is winning his battle to be fit for Wednesday night’s Ulster Under-21 final against Cavan at the Athletic Grounds, Armagh (8pm).