The countdown is on to the Ulster Championship semi-final clash between Donegal and Tyrone. John O’Hara reports…. … More Rory’s Troops Intent on Revenge
Another weekend, another debate about black cards. It’s time to consign this rule to the dustbin.
John O’Hara reports…. … More Time to say ‘bye-bye’ to Black Card
January 1st sees the introduction of the mark, but will it have any real impact on our game? John O’Hara investigates. … More What impact will ‘the mark’ have on the GAA?
Ulster Title a must for Rory Gallagher to silence the critics in the county. … More Ulster Title a Must for Rory
With an important goal in Vienna at the weekend, James McClean has proved his doubters wrong, as he has become an integral part of the Irish international team. … More James McClean-Back from the Brink
What a result for the Irish tonight in Vienna, as they take top spot in the world cup qualifiers. … More Good night Vienna
As the club season comes to a close, all eyes will now be on 2017 as the county gears up for another tilt at Sam. … More Countdown is on to 2017
Originally posted on Ryan Harper Writing:
The wild Atlantic Ocean thunders once again Crashing on the rocks, like a boxer on his prey. Sitting on the sand, I stare out at the abyss Like O’Donnell and his men aboard their exile ship. On the right I see Knockalla, towering like a king Holding back…
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? By John O’Hara So it seems that Enda Kenny his finally reached a deal for a minority government, which will see him make history as the first Fine Gael Taoiseach to ever be re-elected. It has taken weeks of negotiations all played out in the public eye, with…
A poem about the wild Atlantic way, as seen from Warden Beach in Fanad. via The Wild Atlantic Way — Ryan Harper Writing Just saw this on wordpress.com under the ‘Donegal’ tag. Very good poem about our beautiful coastline.