BY CHRIS MCNULTY JIM McGuinness got his players into the dressing room at half-time and reminded them, without stripping the paint from the walls, that their display had gone somewhat against the hard slog of the last month. Donegal have turned the screw since beating Derry, but in the first 35 minutes yesterday there were […]
Donegal’s minor and senior footballers are through to their respective Ulster finals…
Donegal overcame Antrim in Clones to reach the Ulster final, with Leo McLoone, Darach O’Connor and Leo McLoone netting goals
Chris McNulty: The emergence of a bright crop of youngsters have heralded a new dawn around Magheragallon.
GAOTH Dobhair pulled away in impressive fashion during the second half to defeat Ardara by four points in a sometimes tempestuous encounter at Pearse Memorial Park.
Paddy McGrath made his long-awaited return from injury a week out from the Division 2 final
DONEGAL defender Eamon McGee insists that his side are content with their position as they head into a crunch last day of the Division Two campaign on Sunday in Armagh.
SUNDAY’S game in Newry was just a follow-on from the Meath game of the previous weekend when Donegal were fortunate enough to get a draw on that occasion.
Chris McNulty: Centre-back issue needs resolved as Donegal must improve accuracy and should fringe players be given more game time?
Chris McNulty: With the entries this year on the credit side of his ledger, Jim McGuinness’s numbers are totting up much better than twelve months ago.