Donegal GAA stalwart, Jack Hannigan at 102 years of age, has won a services to GAA award from the Ulster writers association.Jack manned the MacCumhaill park tunnel most of his life and still attends every match in the park. A remarkable man.
Former all Ireland winning Donegal player,Rory Kavanagh, launched his book ‘Winning’ last night in Letterkenny to a packed house, of family, friends, and some GAA greats. We caught up with Rory at the launch
the team at http://www.donegalsporthub.com give their views on the big game of the weekend, the Donegal senior football final betwen St Eunans and Naomh Conaill. and they discuss the reserve final between Ardara and Glenswilly.
The Donegal senior footbal championship final between St.Eunans and Naomh Conaill,takes place Sunday 18th October at 4 PM, and the reserve final between Ardara and Glenswilly, both in MacCumhaill park. Nothing beats being there.