Donegal manager Declan Bonner expects to be able to call upon the services of top marksman Paddy McBrearty next March.
Karl Lacey is reported to have stepped down from his position as Donegal football coach.
The Ladies Gaelic Football Association is pleased to confirm the 2018 winners of the Provincial Young Player of the Year awards.
TG4 will have live coverage of the Underdogs against Dublin on Friday night with county finals in Donegal and Clare also set for broadcast on Sunday.
Congratulations to the Lauren Carr who has been selected for the next stage of the Ulster Schools interprovincial squad. Good Luck in the final trial Lauren!
Congratulations to the senior men on winning the Junior A Championship with an outstanding 4:09 to 0:5 victory over Urris on Saturday evening.
Sunday brought mixed emotions in MacCumhaill Park. The reserves carved out a well-deserved win against a dogged Cloughaneely side.
The U-21 Football Championship kicks off for us on Saturday when the lads make the journey to Naomh Brid.
The county final season is in full swing...
"Midleton were sharp early on in the second half, they were penetrating us, but Seamie (Harnedy) got a ball underneath the stand and slapped it over the bar and set us up again."
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Donegal legend Kevin Cassidy has found a new lease of life in an attacking role, as he looks forward to his first county final appearance in 12 years.
It's the biggest weekend of the year so far for county finals, with no fewer than 15 taking place across the weekend.
The draws for the 2019 provincial football championships have taken place tonight, throwing up some intriguing battles for next summer.
The draws for the 2019 Christy Ring, Nicky Rackard and Lory Meagher Hurling Championships have been made this afternoon by the CCCC.
The draws for next year's All-Ireland senior football and hurling championships will take place tonight from 8.30pm.
Well done to our U13 boys who made it 3 wins from 4
The Junior A football team lost out by a single point to Red Hughs in the semifinal of the Junior A Football Championship on Saturday evening in Convoy.
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Gweedore will meet Naomh Conaill in the Donegal SFC final on October 21 after coasting to a 3-14 to 1-7 victory over Sean Mac Cumhaills yesterday.
Ballygunner pulled off the Waterford SHC five in a row this weekend but Cuala and Thurles Sarsfields saw their winning runs come to an end...
"I think that's an unfair question today, 20 minutes after losing here with Cuala which is a team that's very close to my heart."
Naomh Conaill booked their place in the Donegal SFC final tonight with a 1-11 to 0-12 victory over Glenswilly at MacCumhaill Park.
The dust has barely settled on the 2018 inter-county season and already thoughts are turning to next year.
It's another bumper weekend on the club scene with eight county finals taking place tomorrow.
Our senior mens teams have now completed their season retaining their Senior Championship status on Saturday evening in windy conditions in Dunfanaghy beating Milford in an entertaining match.
There is a new Official Guinness World Record for 'Largest Hurling Lesson' following last Sunday's event at Croke Park.
The GAA's Standing Committee on the Playing Rules has issued a list of proposed experimental rule changes for Gaelic Football.
The U13 Boys Northern Division 2 final group game was played in Portsalon last Friday evening (28th)
Sunday saw Aodh Ruadh book their place in the intermediate championship semi-finals with a 4-9 to 0-7 victory over Gaeil Fhánada
The Junior A football team progress to the semifinal after their draw with Urris in their final group game of the Michael Murphy Sports & Leisure Junior Championship last weekend.
The Senior Ladies travelled to Limavady Wolfhound's on Sunday for their annual 7-a-side competition and returned home with the trophy.
Yesterday's Donegal SFC clash between Gweedore and Bundoran in Ballybofey made a mockery of the theory that football in the county is overly-defensive.
Diarmuid Connolly's return to the St Vincent's colours was one of the highlights of the weekend...
Lining out minus the services of Patrick McBrearty (cruciate ligament) and Ryan McHugh (concussion), reigning champions Kilcar made their exit from the Donegal SFC today.
Glenswilly and Sean MacCumhaills are through to the semi-final stage of the Donegal SFC.