Alan Lyons gives us an insight into the Naomh Ultan dressing room
It has been a very disappointing week with a lot false reports emerging relating back to our Minor Championship match with Tyrone which took place in May.
It may be the last weekend in October, but we still have a busy fixture list ahead of us.
Urris made light of a debilitating series of emigrations to win the Junior Championship last weekend
FOR the fourth month in succession, Naomh Ultan brought to county committee’s attention allegations that some forty-nine children residing in the parish of Killaghtee – their club’s catchment area – are registered with St Naul’s and Killybegs.
CONOR McBrearty’s hat-trick, in a stunning personal haul of 3-5, gave Letterkenny Gaels a historic Championship win over Naomh Padraig, Muff at Pairc na nGael last Saturday evening.
NAOMH Ultan have urged a specially-appointed sub-committee of the Donegal County Board to step up their investigations into allegations that 49 players from the parish of Killaghtee, Naomh Ultan’s catchement area, are playing with neighbouring clubs St Naul’s and Killybegs.
NA ROSSA and Kilcar are set to lodge appeals against the decision of the Donegal Competitions Controls Committee (CCC) to aware wins to Naomh Ultan and Termon from games that were scheduled last weekend.
BY CHRIS MCNULTY THE Donegal Competitions Controls Committee (CCC) is awaiting the submission of two referees’ reports from unplayed fixtures over the weekend before deciding its next course of action. It comes as Kilcar failed to field against Termon on Friday night in a Division One League game in Towney, while Na Rossa didn’t travel […]
A SIMMERING row over the rescheduling of fixtures has led to Robert Emmets players threatening to withdraw from participating for the club in the Junior A Championship, while Na Rossa have indicated that they will not be fielding in the Junior A Championship against Naomh Ultan on Saturday evening.