By Frank Craig Michael Murphy’s greatness will only really be fully appreciated when the day comes that we’re finally denied his influence. So says Neil Gallagher, a man that knows the Donegal talisman better than anyone. Off the field the pair are extremely close. Over a cup of coffee, swinging a golf club or just […]
The ‘wee club with a big heart’ unveils expansion plan
The chairman is calling on all club supporters, home and away, to get involved in the new development draw called Club 250.
DECLAN BONNER: The Dubs are coming to town
THE Dubs are coming to town this weekend and they are always a big attraction.
Big Neil calls it a day
The Glenswilly man made 140 appearances for Donegal
DECLAN BONNER: McKenna Cup offers chance to experiment
The Dr McKenna Cup gets back underway again this weekend and it is a very different tournament now than when I played in it.
BOOK LAUNCH: Until Victory Always – A Memoir
When Jim McGuinness stepped down, Donegal had won three Ulster titles, the 2012 All-Ireland and contested the ‘14 final against Kerry.
Glenswilly want quarter-final spot
VICTORY for Glenswilly against Malin this weekend will see them qualify for the quarter-finals of the Donegal Senior Championship, and team manager Michael Canning is determined to achieve that goal this Sunday.
Neil Gallagher plays it as he sees it: “We don’t worry too much about history”
Donegal midfielder Neil Gallagher is relishing an Ulster final against Monaghan…
Duo back in training as Donegal step up Tyrone preparations
NEIL Gallagher and Mark McHugh returned to full training on Tuesday night as Donegal’s preparations for their May 17 showdown with Tyrone gathers pace.
May 17th and Tyrone now firmly in Donegal’s sights
MAY 17 has been inside a red circle on Rory Gallagher’s calendar since October – but now it’s finally the next thing on his agenda.