By Michael McMullan GLENSWILLY are keeping their feet on the ground ahead of the upcoming Donegal Senior Championship insists manager Pauric Bonner. Now in his fourth season at the helm, Bonner – who has Cookstown man Ciaran Sharkey in his management team – is content with the rebuilding phase that saw an influx of youth […]
By Michael McMullan NO decision has been made on Martin Regan’s future as Naomh Conaill manager ahead of the 2023 season. Regan had originally stepped away from the post at the start of 2022 before a u-turn saw him back at the helm. After losing the 2021 final at the hands of St Eunan’s, the […]
Some of the stand-out moments from a glittering career for club, county and country. Star in the making SOME players take years to hit their stride at senior level, but that wasn’t the case for the physically well developed Murphy, who won the Young Footballer of the Year award in his debut season with Donegal […]
MICHAEL Murphy retired from inter-county football recently. Here is a glance at his career… Age: 33 Club: Glenswilly HONOURS Club: u-13 B championship: 2000 u-14 B: 2001 u-14 (Division 3): 2001 u-14 (Division 3 North): 2003 Ulster u-14 Féile: 2003 Donegal SFC: 2011, 2013, 2016 Advertisement County Ulster MFC: 2006 Ulster u-21 FC: 2010 (Captain) Dr McKenna Cup: 2018 NFL […]
THE Donegal football world has been rocked with the news that Michael Murphy has called time on his inter-county career. Murphy captained the county to All-Ireland glory in 2012 and will go down as one of the legends of the game after 15 years service since making his debut in 2007 against Leitrim. It is […]
Shaun Casey takes a look at the last first-time winners across Ulster… Antrim: St Paul’s (1994) ST Paul’s won their first-ever Antrim Senior Championship title in 1994 which sparked a golden period in the club’s history. In four seasons, the St Paul’s team picked up three championship titles starting with 1994 and then finishing off […]
DONEGAL SENIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTER-FINALS KILCAR V KILLYBEGS Saturday, Tir Conaill Park, 12 noon With the league title already in the bag, 2017 champions Kilcar will bring belief to the championship. Mark Sweeney and Stephen McBrearty kicked 0-4 apiece in their last outing, but Paddy McBrearty will return this weekend. Advertisement Verdict: Kilcar AODH […]
There was plenty of surprise as the favourites Kilcar were turned over by Glenswilly in the county final.
KEVIN Cassidy believes that Kilcar have not only the ability to win the Donegal title, but also Ulster as well.
The clash Glenswilly and St Eunan’s has hit the headlines for the wrong reasons but Gary McDaid believes it’s a case of much ado about nothing.