LISTEN: GAA legend Michael Murphy features on new podcast

Electric Ireland, proud sponsor of the Electric Ireland GAA Minor Championships, has today released Episode 17 of the ‘GAA Minor Moments’ podcast, featuring Donegal GAA legend Michael Murphy. Recognised as one of the county’s most decorated players, Murphy earned one All-Ireland medal, five Ulster titles, and three All-Star awards during his playing career. Making his […]

Anthony Molloy to feature on Laochra Gael this Thursday

The acclaimed TV series Laochra Gael will feature Donegal winning captain Anthony Molloy this Thursday 9 March at 9.30pm on TG4. The series features eight Laochra with genuine star quality and reveals deeper, fresh and sometimes unexpected insights into the lives of these icons. While their sporting careers continue to provide the backdrop to the […]

Molloy brands keyboard criticism as ‘sickening’

By Frank Craig Anthony Molloy has labelled social media comments aimed at Donegal team boss Declan Bonner as both ‘sickening’ and ‘ugly’. The 1992 All-Ireland winning captain contacted the Donegal News himself, this morning, Monday, to voice his anger at the online barbs directed at his former team-mate. Advertisement Donegal were narrowly edged out by […]

Time for Murphy to go to 14 – Cass

By Frank Craig Kevin Cassidy says Donegal need to offer something different in this season’s Championship and finally putting talisman Michael Murphy on the edge of the square would represent just that. Gaoth Dobhair’s three-time All-Star believes Declan Bonner will have enough physicality around the middle third by the time Armagh and April 24 rolls […]

Murphy excited about prospect of getting back to action

By Frank Craig Not once did Michael Murphy contemplate that he might be faced with no more football for the remainder of the 2020 season. Even when our Covid-19 fears reached their apex, the Donegal skipper didn’t down tools. Physically and mentally, he continued to prime himself towards a restart. Advertisement That retention of hope […]

LYIT set to make Sigerson bow in Athlone

By Frank Craig Letterkenny Institute of Technology will play their first ever Sigerson Cup game away to Athlone IT this Sunday (throw-in, 2pm). Michael Murphy’s side tasted All-Ireland success last season in the Trench Cup, the second tier Gaelic football championship at third level. Advertisement The subsequent step up to Division 1 of the Higher […]

Training Centre push crucial – Murphy

By Frank Craig Michael Murphy has said that while the Training Centre in Convoy is nearing completion it’s still going to take one last big push to see the project through to fruition. Donegal GAA are currently in the midst of a crucial fund-raising drive. Their bumper house draw is the centrepiece to it all with a number of other […]

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Murphy doesn’t envisage too much disruption

By Frank Craig Michael Murphy hopes that Declan Bonner can retain the services of Stephen Rochford for next season. From a campaign that had, until the weekend at least, delivered so much promise, the Ulster champions’ All-Ireland aspirations ultimately ended in disappointing fashion against Mayo in Castlebar. Advertisement Speaking in Dublin on Wednesday where he […]