By Michael McMullan DONEGAL will begin the process to appoint a new senior football manager in the “coming days” after Aidan O’Rourke’s decision to step down in the wake of their championship exit. Former All-Ireland winner O’Rourke and Derry All-Star Paddy Bradley were part of Paddy Carr’s management team at the start of the year […]
THIS weekend sees another round of senior games as the championship heads towards the knock-out stages. DONEGAL SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND FOUR SEAN MAC CUMHAILL’S V ST EUNAN’S Sunday, Sean Mac Cumhaill’s, 3pm DEFENDING Champions St Eunan’s have already qualified for the last eight as they have maximum points from their three games to date. In […]
By Shaun Casey IT’S all to play for in the Donegal Senior Football Championship as the quarter-finalists will be determined after this weekend’s round four contests. A number of teams have already entered their name into the last eight hat given their unbeaten run through the group stages. Reigning champions St Eunan’s have won all […]
DERRY’S defeat to Galway brought the curtain down on Ulster’s interest in the inter-county season. Shaun Casey takes a look into all nine counties… Antrim The Good Antrim would have been pleased with their League progress after earning promotion to Division Three last season, as they finished mid-table. With two games remaining this year, Antrim […]
Aidan O’Mahony played 155 times for Kerry, was twice and All-Star, won 10 Munster and five All-Ireland titles, was Man of the Match in the 2006 All-Ireland Final. He recalls his battles with Ulster teams, talks tactics, and the road to winning Sam in 2014 and gives his take on the changing face of football. […]
Read the story of the Donegal man who has risen to help Tipperary.
Two Donegal players talk about the new facility for GAA in the county.
Amy Boyle Carr answers the famous questions.
Michael Murphy praised the performance of team mate Ryan McHugh.
Bundoran are eager to stay in division one this year.