By Frank Craig Mickey Harte says Donegal’s lacklustreness against Derry means they’ll be intent on finding the right response against Tyrone in Sunday’s Ulster SFC semi-final. Derry almost upset the odds in spectacular fashion in Ballybofey last time out and the former Red Hand boss believes a relieved Donegal will double down on preparations this […]
IT’S Ulster Final week and the buzz around the county has been fantastic. It’s not often that we have both the minors and the seniors in Clones playing together on the third Sunday in July, and we shouldn’t take it for granted. Our senior team will play in their sixth final in-a-row this Sunday and […]
The Championship has been running for a few weeks but the real action gets underway this Sunday in Celtic Park when Derry and Tyrone get to battle.
There are many days when the GAA leaves you scratching your head.
The first final of the year for a Donegal team takes place on Saturday when the Under 21 side takes on Mayo in the North-West Cup decider.
There was great news for Donegal this week with the announcement that Rory Kavanagh is set to return to the Senior Squad.
DONEGAL and Tyrone have each been handed €5,000 fines for their part in the half-time brawl that marred Sunday’s Ulster Championship game at Sean MacCumhaill Park.
Donegal defeated Tyrone in the Ulster SFC in Ballybofey…
Donegal and Tyrone cross swords in Ballybofey this Sunday in the Ulster SFC Preliminary Round…
ALTHOUGH Martin McElhinney is recuperating from a groin strain, the St Michael’s man is expected back in training by next weekend and is not, at the moment, considered a ‘doubt’ for next month’s Ulster SFC meeting with Tyrone.