1. Senior @mmmurphysports County Final Postponed
  2. Hurling Finals Sat Oct 3rd
  3. @MMurphySports Championship Games this weekend
  4. @MMurphySports Hurling Finals Setanta v St Eunans and Carndonagh v Dungloe
  5. Results this Weekend in the Regional Leagues



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A Player in the the Donegal Senior Squad tests positive for Covid 19.

After a long hiatus, and in line with GAA guidelines, the Donegal Senior squad returned to collective training this week. All of the squad were tested for Covid-19 and one of the squad has had a positive result.   These are difficult and trying times for all in the GAA and the wider community. CLG…

Updated Covid Regulations for GAA Clubs and Counties – Level 2 Applies to Donegal

Below please find the updated advice to clubs and counties in the 26 Counties from GAA HQ in Croke Park as at Sept 16th 2020   Following the publication of the Irish Government’s Plan for Living with Covid 19 document on Sept 15th, the GAA’s Covid Advisory group has issued the following key updates for…

Michael Murphy on @sixoclockshow tonight

Donegal and Glenswilly GAA star/leader/talisman Michael Murphy will be appearing on this  evening’s Virgin Media 1 6 O’Clock show to talk about life under lockdown. The show is hosted by Martin King and Muireann O’Connell – on occasion events may mean the 5.30 news over-runs so if the news is still on air don’t panic,…

GAA Announcement on Covid – 40 personnel per team allowed attend games

Following last night’s government announcement the GAA is seeking clarification on a number of issues relating to the organisation of Gaelic games and activities (26 Counties).  Any further clarifications that come through will be posted. In the meantime, as games must now be played “behind closed doors”, no more than 40 persons per team should…

GAA announce first National Inclusive Fitness Day

On the 23rd of September, the GAA invites all clubs to open their doors to the wider community and support its first GAA National Inclusive Fitness Day. The event falls during the European Week of Sport (23rd – 30th September) and aims to promote sport and physical activity to everyone regardless of age, ability, ethnicity,…

Dún na nGall Cathaoirleach Re-iterates Call for Relaxing Capacity Restrictions at GAA Grounds

Club games in the six counties resumed this weekend with up to 400 persons including playing squads, officials, media and grounds staff allowed to attend following relaxations announced by the Northern Ireland Executive. For the rest of Ireland government guidelines still restrict capacity to 200 persons. The GAA in Croke Park have been campaigning, both…