Ireland soccer skipper Seamus Coleman could have taken a different path had he stayed in Donegal. Shaun Casey chats with a man who has never lost touch with the GAA SEAMUS Coleman’s mind begins to drift sometimes. How things could have been so much different. At just 16 years of age, the Republic of Ireland […]
By Michael McMullan EOGHAN Bán Gallagher says Donegal’s visit to Armagh on Saturday will be a battle and insists it’s something they must embrace as they aim for consistency. The Killybegs man, joint vice-captain with Killybegs club-mate Hugh McFadden, feels Sunday’s draw with Galway was a building block, a game they failed to score in […]
By Shaun Casey KILLYBEGS native Niall Erskine has been nominated as a candidate for the President of the GAA by the Donegal GAA County Executive. The election for the next GAA president will take place in early 2023 at Annual Congress with the current president Larry McCarthy finishing up his three-year term in February of […]
KILLYBEGS are embracing the underdogs’ tag as they head into the Donegal Senior Football Championship quarter-final against near neighbours Kilcar. Manager Antoine O’Hara believes that Kilcar are “one of the top two or three teams in Donegal, if not in Ulster” but hopes that his youthful side will have enough to match them on Saturday afternoon. […]
By Frank Craig MOST Killybegs natives have a famous ‘one that got away’ fishing story. But Barry Cunningham says the 1991 Ulster Club final is the big one ‘the Fishermen’ could and probably should have landed. The history books have it in black and white that Monaghan’s Castleblayney, powered on by Nudie Hughes, edged out […]
Why did Killybegs not catch a provincial title in 1991?