Bonus territory for Letterkenny Gaels

By Michael McMullan WHEN Brian Diver grabbed the insurance point to sink Carndonagh it sparked a week of celebrations as Letterkenny Gaels won a first county title. Donegal’s newest club travel to Crossmaglen this weekend hoping bonus territory can morph into another championship win. The Gaels, found in 1996, lost last year’s final at the […]

PREVIEWS: Huge knock-out clashes in Donegal

DONEGAL SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIPSEMI-FINALS KILCAR V ST EUNAN’S Saturday, MacCumhaill Park, 7.30pm KILCAR are favourites with the bookies, but reigning champions St Eunan’s are second in the list and this could be a massive championship battle. It was called off as a mark of respect for the Devenney family last weekend and this could be a […]

Donegal legend Neil McGee calls it a day

By Frank Craig NEIL McGee has decided to bring the curtain down on his glittering Donegal career. Just weeks shy of his 37th birthday, the Gaoth Dobhair powerhouse bows out with a record 195 appearances under his belt. But it will be his undeniable contribution to a golden period in Donegal’s history, where five Ulster […]

KEVIN CASSIDY: Hard to look past the big four

NOW that Liam MacCarthy and Sam Maguire have taken up residency for this coming year, our full attention now switches to the various club scenes all over the country. I have to admit that over the last number of years, the club game has taken on a whole new lease of life. With more TV […]