Donegal GAA supporters have long memories. Sunday 5th August 2018 is a date that will stir the mind of those supporters. It was a balmy summer afternoon when Tyrone marched into the All-Ireland semi-final after a raid into McCumhaill Park in Ballybofey. Donegal were reigning Ulster champions. ...
The canvassing is over and now it's over to you the voting public. From 7am to 10pm on Friday, May 24, Irish residents registered to vote are asked to have their say on three, and in the cases of Limerick, Waterford and Cork, four different votes.
Regardless what you may read or indeed what you may hear around GAA circles about the importance of national leagues, there is only one competition that counts, championship, club or county; as a player your whole year comes down to how you perform in the big one.
The Donegal Town Basketball Club hosted their annual awards night on Sunday 19th May in the St Patrick’s Parish Centre in Donegal Town.
It was brilliant to see the hall packed with blue and yellow jumpers, showing that the sport is alive and well in Donegal Town.
Awards were presented to ...
On Sunday next Patrick McBrearty will be back for Donegal and in a year that he could easily have been involved in Dublin’s ‘Drive For Five’, there is another ‘Drive For Five’ that the Kilcar man can put on his agenda - a fifth Ulster senior championship medal.
Over one hundred cases of dangerous driving have been recorded in the county from January to March this year.
During the same period, 560 people were stopped for speeding, 138 cases of dangerous driving were recorded and 7 serious injury collisions took place on the county's roads.
In 2018, ...