Donegal’s top flight status out of their own hands

By Daragh Small DONEGAL will drop to Division Two if Mayo avoid defeat to Galway on Sunday. After six rounds of action, Maxi Curran’s  side remain pointless at the bottom of the standings but he was focusing on the positives. “It was a much-improved performance from us in the second half,” he said after Friday’s […]

Donegal crash to another league defeat

Lidl NFL Division 1 Dublin 2-13 Donegal 0-6 DONEGAL remain pointless after Hannah Tyrrell hit 1-3 as Dublin dominated from the first whistle and laid the foundations for victory on Friday in Letterkenny. Dublin scored 1-11 without reply before the break to ensure their hosts remain bottom of the table, still without a win, and will […]

Donegal must regroup on home soil against Galway

By Michael McMullan IT’S amazing the difference a week can make and Donegal have found that out on the verge of Galway’s visit to Letterkenny on Sunday (12.30pm). It’s the first of four games as Paddy Carr’s side aim to prise themselves away from the drop zone. The loss of skipper Paddy McBrearty to a […]

Curran hoping Letterkenny will repeat heroics

By Niall McCoy HAVING embarked on a wonderful journey on their maiden Sigerson Cup campaign, Letterkenny IT will be hoping for more of the same when they travel to meet the side that ended their fairytale run in 2020, IT Carlow. Michael Murphy guided his side to the semi-finals in their first year in the […]

Red Hughs book their place in All-Ireland Semi Final

All-Ireland Junior Football Championship Quarter-Final  Red Hughs 3-11 Dunedin Connolly’s 1-15 Red Hughs have booked their place in the last four of the All-Ireland Junior Championship with a win over an extra time win over British champions, Dunedin Connolly’s. Advertisement O’Donnell Park in Letterkenny played host to the historic contest and a game which ended […]