A Chairde, Beatha agus sláinte oraibh. Seo chugaibh an fhoirm iarratais (leagan PDF) do Chúrsa Gaeilge Shéamuis de Faoite 2014, atá á reachtáil ag Comhairle Uladh CLG. Tionólfar an cúrsa in Ionad CLG na nDúnaibh, Dún na nGall, idir Luan 21 agus Aoine 25 Iúil 2014. Beidh ranganna ann do dhaoine d’achan chaighdeán Gaeilge. Tá an […]
Ulster GAA CCC confirmed today that Clones will be the venue for the Minor and Senior Football Ulster Championship. The fixtures will go ahead on the 22nd of June. Minor Game at 12:00 noon and Senior game at 14:00pm and Donegal face Antrim in both games with the winners booking a place in the Ulster Final […]
Minister Dinny McGinley flicks the switch at the Donegal GAA Centre of Excellence under the watchful eye of County Chairman Sean Dunnion and Donegals Senior Football Captain Michael Murphy. The floodlighting at the centre of excellence brings another phase to conclusion.
While Kilcar won the Gaeltacht Tournament with fine footballing skills, its their near Neighbours Naomh Columba who have stolen the headlines both locally and nationally today. While returning from a Spiddal Beach training session, the players of Naomh Columba spotted a local footing turf, they decided to give a hand (or a foot) out a two day job […]
Congratulations to the Kilcar senior football team on winning the 2014 Comórtas Peile naGaeltach. picture courtesy of Seán Ó Mainnín. You can find more action pictures of todays victory on www.seanmannion.ie.
Donegal Senior and Minor Teams will take on Antrim in the Ulster Football Championship Semi-Finals, Antrim who today defeated Fermanagh in Brewster Park progress to meet Donegal on Sunday June 22nd . Ulster Councils CCC will meet shortly to decide the venue.
Donegal’s minor hurlers take on Derry on Saturday May 31st O Donnell Park Letterkenny @3:00pm
Donegal fans were treated to the double yesterday with Declan Bonner and Jim McGuinness leading the Minor and Senior teams to a Ulster Championship Semi Final on Sunday 22nd June Both Donegal teams will meet the Winners of Fermanagh / Antrim in Sundays Q/Final in Brewster Park Enniskillen.
Weekend Preview – “Derry and Donegal enter the Ulster Championship on the back of impressive League campaigns as they meet in a mouth-watering Quarter-Final at Celtic Park.”
A Concussion Awareness Seminar run by the Ulster Council will take place at Glenswilly GAA Club Wednesday 21st May 2014 commencing at 7:30pm Donegal Team Doctor, Charlie McManus will give a brief presentation on incidents of concussionsuffered by Donegal Players during this years National Football League.