# Donegal GAA

This week
4th June 2023 - 9th June 2023
# All-Ireland SFC
Three-goal Derry power past Donegal to continue unbeaten start
It was an encouraging sight for Donegal fans when Paddy McBrearty returned from injury in the second half.
# emphatic
Three-goal Derry power past Donegal to continue unbeaten start
It was an encouraging sight for Donegal fans when Paddy McBrearty returned from injury in the second half.
Last month
May 2023
# Wrap
Strong second-half sees Donegal open All-Ireland series with win as Cavan overcome London
Limerick were also victorious in their Tailteann Cup outing against Carlow.
This year
# response
Down GAA hit out at 'vindictive actions' after plane banner seen during Donegal match
The banner carried a message aimed at the county board secretary.
# managerial roundabout
Donegal GAA in crisis: Quick fixes, long-term issues, and the Jim McGuinness question
The county board that took almost 100 days to appoint a manager last year now must find one with only a month until their Ulster Championship opener against Down.
# the top job
Meet the three candidates vying to become the next GAA President
The winner will succeed Larry McCarthy as GAA president in the coming year.
# Status Report
How the four new Division 1 managers fared in their league bows
For some mentors, they had their first day at big school this weekend.
# Eye Catchers
Five emerging talents that sparkled on Allianz football league opening weekend
There were plenty of impressive performances to pour over at the weekend.
# Leadership
All-Ireland winner McBrearty to succeed Murphy and captain Donegal in National League
Hugh McFadden and Eoghán Bán Gallagher have been named as joint vice-captains.
Last year
# Michael Murphy
'A man before he was ever a boy' - Saluting Donegal's iconic All-Ireland-winning captain
Adrian Glackin from the Glenswilly club, and former Donegal star Éamon McGee reflect on the inter-county career of Michael Murphy.
# At The Helm
Carr-O’Rourke team appointed to take charge of Donegal
Paddy Carr will succeed Declan Bonner, with Aidan O’Rourke coming on board as head coach.
# Donegal's finest
'Watching her kiss the armband, that was massive' - the rise of Amber Barrett
Amber Barrett’s historic goal was a special one for a host of clubs across the county.
# The42 GAA Weekly
If Jim McGuinness was over this Donegal, would they win an All-Ireland?
Marc Ó Sé believes this Donegal team are capable of more.
# Ulster Final
Underdogs Derry beat Donegal in extra-time to win first title in 24 years
Derry outscored Donegal 0-4 to 0-2 in the extra-time period.
# authority
Donegal dominant as ponderous Armagh flatter to deceive once again
Old failings against solid opposition on show yet again for Kieran McGeeney’s charges
# Wrap
Donegal get the better of Kildare despite Murphy injury while Derry earn 12-point win
There was plenty of action in the top two divisions of the Allianz Football League today.
# Wrap
0-5 for McBrearty helps Donegal to opening win while Derry and Monaghan finish all square
There were two Round 1 games down for decision in the Dr McKenna Cup this evening.
All time
# More Drama
Donegal 2020 final replay postponed after successful Naomh Conaill appeal
Kilcar’s objection will have to be remitted.
# Famine Over
Sligo capture first Connacht minor crown since 1968 as Donegal advance to Ulster final
Sligo dethroned the champions Roscommon to clinch the title.
# Red Hand
Murphy sent off as Tyrone edge out 14-man Donegal to book Ulster final spot
Tyrone will face Monaghan in the decider.
# looking ahead
Karl Lacey appointed to new role as Donegal plan for the future
The 2012 Footballer of the Year has been named Head of Academy Development for Donegal GAA.
# Laochra Gael
'Alcohol got a grip on him and we just lost him' - Cassidy opens up about father's death
Former Donegal star Kevin Cassidy features in the first episode of the new series of Laochra Gael.
# Departure
2012 All-Ireland winner Karl Lacey leaves Donegal backroom team - reports
The former Footballer of the Year has been involved in the set-up since 2017.
# Tactics
'It seems big teams get the big calls. Referees know all these players by first name' - Cavan boss
Mickey Graham says the lower division sides “aren’t cute enough” in trying to influence games.
# Moving On
'No matter if it's true, they want to be first to say it' - McKenna on AFL media as Tyrone career takes flight
Conor McKenna was at the centre of a media storm in Australia after testing positive for Covid-19.
# Off
Ulster ladies club championships postponed
The decision will be reviewed on 12 October if there’s a significant decrease in Covid cases in the region.
# Green Light
'Excited' about knockout football championship and fears over future of family-run pub during lockdown
Kevin Cassidy talks about the exciting battles that await in the GAA season, and life in lockdown.
# Comment
Teams withdrawing and college game clashes - GAA must scrap meaningless pre-season competitions
Donegal are unable to field a team for their McKenna Cup semi-final clash with Monaghan.
# The Voice
'I used to get letters about how I was going to go to hell and 'there's still time to save your soul''
Eamon McGee speaks to The42 about his social activism and being harassed by a detractor after this year’s county final.
# Blow
Doherty out for the season after suffering ACL injury against Donegal
James Horan’s side will be without the Borrishoole clubman when they face Dublin this Saturday in the All-Ireland semi-final.
# Paul Dillon
Donegal club given appeal hearing date over proposed eight-week ban for hosting soccer charity event
Naomh Colmcille have been cited by the Donegal county management for permitting a fundraising soccer tournament to be played on their grounds.
# Meath Rising
'This championship, more than any championship over the last decade, is the most important for Meath'
Senan Connell reckons the Royals must reach the Super 8s, says Donegal can be contenders, and feels Mayo must win Connacht.
# Royals' Rise
'It wasn't that popular playing for Meath' - Royals legend on their turnaround in fortunes
Mattie Kerrigan thinks the county is starting to reap the rewards of its underage set-up, ahead of tomorrow’s Division Two final.
# Ready For The Top Dogs
5 for Dublin, 4 for Donegal - Underdogs squad confirmed for showdown with All-Ireland champions
The Underdogs team take on a Dublin side who have completed the four-in-row this year.
# Recovery
'I’ve slated Morgan in the past, but what he did in the second half took some balls. You have to give him credit'
Owen Mulligan has praised Tyrone keeper Niall Morgan for how he responded against Donegal last weekend.
# Booked Up
Donegal and Tyrone's Super 8s clash is sold out while some tickets remain for Galway-Clare replay
Donegal and Tyrone face a crucial Super 8s clash while Clare and Galway are battling for a place in the All-Ireland SHC final.
# The Possibilities
Super 8s permutations: All you need to know as we head for the final phase
Here’s how things are shaping up in the two groups.
# what to watch
Big Super 8s meeting to clash with World Cup final as GAA announce first fixtures
Kerry’s encounter with Galway at Croke Park will throw in at the same time as kick-off in Moscow.
# statement
Fermanagh GAA denies claims that Donegal press were banned from media event ahead of Ulster final
‘At no time was anyone asked to leave the media event,’ the statement reads.
# Onwards
Donegal secure safe passage to Ulster quarter-finals with assured win over Cavan
Ryan McHugh and substitute Cian Mulligan both hit the net to help Donegal to an eight-point victory.