Video: Donegal captain Michael Murphy’s victory speech

MICHAEL Murphy joined a list of great Ulster GAA captains on Sunday when he led Donegal to a third Anglo-Celt in four years. The 25-year-old Glenswilly man lauded his team-mates, manager Jim McGuinness and Donegal’s thousands of supporters as he took receipt of the Cup from Martin McAvinney, the Ulster Council President. Murphy has now […]

Jim McGuinness hails third Ulster final win as ‘the best victory’

BY CHRIS MCNULTY IN CLONES JIM McGuinness hailed Sunday’s Ulster final win over Monaghan as the best victory of his tenure. McGuinness has just led Donegal to their most successful period in history with three Ulster titles now to go alongside an All-Ireland in 2012. Advertisement It’s three Ulsters in four campaigns for McGuinness, who […]

Report: Donegal dethrone Monaghan to regain hold of Anglo-Celt

DONEGAL 0-15 MONAGHAN 1-09 Report by Chris McNulty at St Tiernach’s Park, Clones DONEGAL are Ulster Champions once again and Jim McGuinness’s team once again has the rest of the country nervously craning their heads north-westerly after delivering an emphatic message in their defeat of Monaghan in Sunday’s Ulster final. Advertisement On the same Clones […]

Donegal looking to win a ‘dream double’ in Clones

DONEGAL supporters head to Clones in search of a rare double on Sunday with the county’s minor and senior footballers in Ulster final action, as Declan Bonner’s minors face Armagh and Jim McGuinness’s seniors meet Monaghan.

Christy Toye to play 50th Championship game for Donegal in Ulster final

BY CHRIS MCNULTY CHRISTY Toye would have long-since surpassed Brian Roper’s all-time appearance record (159) for Donegal, but for a horrific series of injuries. The 31-year-old St Michael’s man makes his 50th Championship appearance for Donegal in this Sunday’s Ulster SFC final against Monaghan in Clones. Advertisement In Championship football, Toye is bettered only by […]