Jam-packed full of photographs, interesting articles and annual reviews from each of the clubs the Donegal 2019 Yearbook makes an ideal Christmas gift for Donegal GAA supporters. In the south of the county it is available in the first instance from the local GAA club – although I am aware that at least two of these have already sold their allocations – and also from some retail outlets including the Four Masters Bookshop in Donegal town, News and Views in Bundoran and Choices in Bundoran. At just €15, the 212 page full-colour book is excellent value.

 

In addition to the a review of all Donegal GAA clubs in 2019 the Yearbook also takes a look back on the 2010s, without doubt the most successful decade in the County’s GAA history. Teams of the decade in men’s football, hurling and ladies football are also included. In fact, six men’s football teams were chosen by experts and the public before the final team was compiled.

 

Donegal Chairman Mick Mc Grath makes a presentation to David Walsh retiree of the 2012 All-Ireland. Photo Geraldine Diver