BY CHRIS MCNULTY DONEGAL are on course to report a clean bill of health for Sunday’s Ulster SFC final against Monaghan (St Tiernach’s Park, Clones, 4pm). Jim McGuinness looks set to have quite a selection dilemma on his hands, but you won’t hear the Donegal manager complaining. Advertisement Rory Kavanagh is back in contention for […]
Boost for Donegal with Kavanagh and Gallagher back in full training
DONEGAL’S preparations for Sunday-week’s Ulster final against Monaghan have been given a significant boost with the news that Rory Kavanagh and Neil Gallagher will have taken a full part in training by the weekend.
Donegal expect full participation at training this week
BY CHRIS MCNULTY DONEGAL manager Jim McGuinness hopes to have a full compliment of players taking an active part in training by Thursday night as the preparations intensify for an Ulster final rematch with Monaghan in Clones on July 20. By the end of the week, McGuinness expects to have welcomed Rory Kavanagh and Paddy […]
Declan Bonner: Armagh have revived, but Monaghan won’t be caught cold again
Armagh were always capable of going up a few levels and they can do that again, but I don’t think Monaghan will be caught again.
Grugan’s late free earns Armagh a replay – and keeps Donegal waiting
DONEGAL must wait to find out their opponents in the Ulster SFC final after Armagh battled to a dramatic, but deserved draw against Monaghan on Saturday evening.
Donegal minors to face Armagh in Ulster final
CONOR Grimley’s goal five minutes into the second half fired Armagh’s minors into a first Ulster final since 2009, toppling the reigning Ulster champions, Monaghan, in the process.
Declan Bonner content with minor club schedule
DONEGAL minor manager Declan Bonner has welcomed the decision of the Northern Minor Board to move their Minor Championship games to Monday evening next, while the Southern Board has delayed the start of its Championship.
Donegal captain Michael Murphy: One-game at a time still the mantra for hurt Donegal
ON the one hand, Michael Murphy would just love to park the 2013 inter-county season somewhere in the back of his mind; on the other, the lingering thoughts from the dust of last year are fuelling his desire to take Donegal back to the top again.
Declan Bonner: Tyrone haven’t gone away, you know
They haven’t managed to win Ulster since 2010 – the last time they beat Down in Ulster – but Tyrone haven’t gone away, you know.
Jim McGuinness: ‘Donegal focus is firmly on Derry game’
JIM McGuinness says that his Donegal squad remains ‘fully focussed’ on the May 25th Ulster Championship opener with Derry at Celtic Park and the Glenties man is ‘looking forward’ to meeting Brian McIver’s Division 1 finalists in three weeks’ time.