EOIN McHugh will miss Saturday’s National Football League opener against Derry due to a virus.
Chris McNulty hears from the Donegal manager, Rory Gallagher
KARL Lacey looks set to return to action on Saturday-week when Donegal begin their National League campaign against Derry
Odhrán MacNiallais is aiming to build on his breakthrough year this time around
BY CHRIS MCNULTY IN BALLYBOFEY AFTER securing his first win as the Donegal manager, Rory Gallagher will face his home county, Fermanagh in the final McKenna Cup group game on Wednesday night in MacCumhaill Park (throw-in 8pm). Donegal swatted aside Queen’s University on Sunday, Gallagher’s men winning 2-16 to 1-8. Advertisement Martin O’Reilly’s early goal […]
Donegal manager Rory Gallagher says the door won’t be closed to his panel during the National League
CHRISTY Toye, Frank McGlynn, Paddy McGrath and Odhrán MacNiallais will make their first appearances of 2015 on Sunday as Donegal take on Queen’s University, Belfast at Sean MacCumhaill Park (throw-in 2pm).
BY CHRIS MCNULTY DONEGAL full-back Neil McGee’s excellent season has been recognised with the Gaoth Dobhair man making the short list for the 2014 Footballer of the Year. McGee is one of NINE Donegal players to have been nominated for All-Star awards. Advertisement McGee kept a lid on the country’s top attackers during 2014. In […]
RYAN McHugh was named as the 2014 Ulster Player of the Year on Thursday, a night that saw the Kilcar man and five of his team-mates named on the Irish News Ulster All-Star team.
HOT on the heels of booking their place in the All-Ireland final, SIX Donegal players were last night recipients of Ulster All-Star awards while Ryan McHugh was named as the Player of the Year.