DONEGAL people will still have to pay out “life changing” sums of money to fix their mica affected homes despite the government promising a 100 per cent redress scheme. Leading mica campaigners say they cannot support the revised mica redress scheme due to the “devastating” sliding scale applied on the rate of each 1,000 square […]
Great game in Ballybofey.
By Frank Craig Brendan Devenney admits it’s still hard to fathom how or why Donegal were so lethargic in defeat against Mayo in Castlebar last Saturday. Declan Bonner’s men were outworked and out muscled in most areas and their lack of intensity was extremely evident even without the benefit of the actual numbers or statistics […]
Kavanagh says Donegal have brought a new variety to their game that makes it extremely difficult for the opposition to pin them down.
Rochford was manager of the Mayo senior team for the last three seasons and took them to the brink of winning the Sam Maguire on two occasions.
Donegal have been drawn to play Monaghan in the Ulster Championship semi-final, a game which has been pencilled in for June 10.
Devenney has been very impressed by the start McBrearty has made to the 2018 season while he’s also encouraged by the form of Brennan and O’Donnell
Donegal face Mayo on Sunday at 3pm.
Donegal Sinn Féin Senator Pádraig Mac Lochlainn has again appealed to the Government to put in place a redress scheme for the thousands of Donegal families affected by mica defective concrete blocks in their homes. He raised the matter again in the Seanad today with the Minister of State for Housing Damien English. Senator […]
Mayo 1-12 Donegal 0-13 A poor second half display proved costly as 14-man Donegal lost to Mayo in Castlebar today. Donegal kicked the first two points of the match, but Mayo hit back with 1-3 on the trot. Cillian O’Connor scored a penalty, after he was fouled by Mark Anthony McGinley. Advertisement However, Donegal had […]