Donegal take on Cork at Croke Park in a National League semi-final…
TWO scores, posted at practically the same moment, in Castlebar and Omagh ensured that Donegal advanced to the League semi-finals
HOT on the heels of his record-breaking 160th Donegal appearance against Tyrone last weekend, Colm McFadden will make his first start of 2015 on Sunday in Castlebar.
Chris McNulty hears from Donegal midfielder Neil Gallagher ahead of Sunday’s game against Tyrone in Ballybofey
Donegal lost out to Monaghan in a low-scoring game at O’Donnell Park
IT was closer than it ought to have been – but 14-man Donegal held on to put Cork to the sword in Ballyshannon.
Chris McNulty speaks with the Donegal captain Michael Murphy
Donegal captain Michael Murphy says he’ll play where he’s needed while Glenswilly colleague Neil Gallagher admits the lure of the big stage was too strong
DONEGAL came good for a second half surge that took them to a win over Derry at MacCumhaill Park on Saturday night.
Chris McNulty on how Donegal’s leaders can ensure the county stays at the top…