MENTAL health awareness has been voted as the top priority for Donegal Youth Council to work on over the next two years.
Donegal SFC: Glenswilly and Naomh Conaill showdown again in semi-final
BY CHRIS MCNULTY GLENSWILLY and Naomh Conaill have had some blockbusters in the last few years and their paths intersect once more on Sunday in O’Donnell Park, this time in a senior championship semi-final (throw-in 3pm). It is a repeat of the 2010 semi-final, at the same venue, a game won by Naomh Conaill thanks […]
Gerard McGrenra: Back in the firing line and the limelight with Glenswilly
BY CHRIS MCNULTY BEFORE the 2011 county final, Gerard McGrenra mused that he was nearing the time to ‘burn the boots’. A veteran then, three years ago, McGrenra continues to play a central role in Glenswilly’s Championship story. Advertisement He’s been around for the county finals of 2007, 2011 and 2013. He said his goodbyes […]
Four All-Stars for Donegal
BY CHRIS MCNULTY PAUL Durcan, Neil McGee, Neil Gallagher and Michael Murphy have been confirmed as 2014 All-Stars. The Donegal quartet are included on an All-Star team that contains no major surprises. Advertisement Kerry, who defeated Donegal in last month’s All-Ireland final. lead the way with five awards, but Donegal’s superb season is recognised with […]
Donegal SFC: Glenwilly stroll through, but must wait to learn semi-final opponents
BY CHRIS MCNULTY REIGNING champions Glenswilly coasted into the Donegal SFC semi-finals this afternoon courtesy of a 14-point win over Termon in Letterkenny. Two first-half goals by Darren McGinley and a late third from Leon Kelly helped the ruthless champions to a 3-9 to 0-4 win over their fierce derby rivals, who just couldn’t match […]
Nine All-Star nominees for Donegal
BY CHRIS MCNULTY DONEGAL full-back Neil McGee’s excellent season has been recognised with the Gaoth Dobhair man making the short list for the 2014 Footballer of the Year. McGee is one of NINE Donegal players to have been nominated for All-Star awards. Advertisement McGee kept a lid on the country’s top attackers during 2014. In […]
Jim McGuinness will go down as one of the all-time great managers
JIM McGuinness’s tenure as the Donegal senior football team manager amounted to sixty-six games between McKenna Cup, National League and Championship, but what defined the Glenties man’s reign were the 24 championship games under his watch.
On a starry night, winter crept in as thousands salute Donegal teams at homecoming
Around 6,000 supporters attended an emotional homecoming on Monday night in Donegal town for the senior and minor football teams
Report: Kerry goals end Donegal’s Sam Maguire hopes
THE dreams of Donegal lay upon the hallowed sod as Kerry won Sam Maguire for the 37th time.
Declan Bonner: McGee brothers the most fearsome men I’ve seen in a dressing room
Declan Bonner: McGee brothers are indispensable to Donegal