Chris McNulty: Donegal look to make ammends; Neil Gallagher re-affirms his worth; Murphy’s class knows no limits; New faces worth keeping; College problems to continue…
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.
THAT’S the McKenna Cup done and dusted for another year from a Donegal point of view. Two victories this week over Armagh and Queens University weren’t enough to seal a place in the semi-finals, but Jim McGuinness will still reflect on what has been an encouraging couple of weeks in action in the pre-season competition. […]
RORY Kavanagh says Donegal have to ‘get back to our principles’ ahead of their promotion push in the National League, which gets underway next month.
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.
Declan Bonner: I wouldn’t be overly worried at all about a defeat on the first Sunday in January – these are still extremely early days yet.
BUNCRANA teenager Darach O’Connor has been named to make his debut for the Donegal senior football side in Sunday’s Dr McKenna Cup opener against Tyrone (O’Donnell Park, throw-in 2pm).
CLASSY Donegal full forward Colm McFadden was the star of the show as Tir Chonaill easily disposed of a weakened Fermanagh side in Convoy on Thursday night.
GAOTH Dobhair sent St Eunan’s hurtling out of the Under 21 Championship and delivered an impressive statement of their own credentials at the same time…
Chris McNulty hears from Donegal U21 manager Maxi Curran and goalscorer Odhrán MacNiallais…