By Frank Craig Paddy McGrath has called time on his inter-county career following what he labelled “an amazing 12-years” with the Donegal senior footballers. The 32-year-old Ardara man departs with five Ulster SFC titles to his name. But it will be his crucial part in Donegal’s famous All-Ireland success of 2012 that Tír Chonaill supporters […]
Paddy McGrath admits that he can’t quite believe that he’s on the brink of joining Donegal football’s illustrious century club.
McGrath played in Donegal’s win against Derry
The idea for ‘High Achievers’ came to Patrick and Gerard while they were watching a Donegal game on television one Sunday afternoon.
Paddy McGrath is determined to put his cruciate ligament woes behind him as quickly as possible.
DONEGAL’S teak-tough defender Neil McGee says his full-back colleague Paddy McGrath will come to his aid if he needs some help this season. McGee is one of the best full-backs in the country and previously, he had his big brother Eamon beside him if things got heated. Eamon retired from intercounty football at the end […]
Three Donegal players are among the list of nominees for this year’s GAA/GPA Opel football All Stars with Kilcar duo Patrick McBrearty and Ryan McHugh joined by Ardara’s Paddy McGrath.
Paddy McGrath is one of a new breed of Donegal players who have become accustomed to success but yet his feet remain firmly planted on the ground.
One man for whom ‘summer time’ and the long evenings can’t come quick enough is Donegal and Ardara defender Paddy McGrath.
As the current Donegal Under 21 manager, the decision to change the competition to Under 20 was obviously something that grabbed my attention.