THIS time twelve months ago, Donegal were only getting down to serious business, having only returned to collective training fillowing their team holiday in Dubai.
MICHAEL Murphy and Colm McFadden hit a combined 2-10 as Donegal sauntered to a twelve-point win over Queen’s University Belfast on Wednesday night in Ballybofey.
FORMER All-Stars Neil McGee and Neil Gallagher will make their first starts of 2014 tomorrow night when Donegal play host to Queen’s University at Sean MacCumhaill Park in their final group game of the Dr McKenna Cup (throw-in, 8pm).
CHRISTY Toye could make his long-awaited Donegal comeback in Wednesday night’s Dr McKenna Cup game against Queen’s University in Ballybofey (throw-in, 8pm)…
THESE games are never the most pleasing on the eye, but there was plenty to admire about the late comeback to secure Donegal’s first win of 2014 in Armagh.
TO stand a chance of making the semi-finals of the Dr McKenna Cup, Donegal will need to defeat Armagh on Sunday…
THE sight of seasoned campaigners returning to fitness this week was a real boost to Jim McGuinness and Donegal.
Jim McGuinness opted to have the glass-half-full approach again after his side were deservedly beaten by Tyrone in their Dr McKenna Cup opener
JIM McGuinness could add ‘one or two players’ to the Donegal squad for Sunday’s Dr McKenna Cup opener against Tyrone (O’Donnell Park, Letterkenny, 2pm).
Chris McNulty hears from Glenswilly manager Gary McDaid and player Joe Gibbons following their defeat in the Ulster final