The Senior Reserves lost their Senior B County Championship Final on Sunday to N. Conaill. They lead by a goal at the break through Mick Martin and Oisín Carr added another early in the second half but it wasn't enough as they were outscored by 5 points in the second period to go down by 1-13 to 2-08.
The Seniors and Reserves are due to host Four Masters this Sunday with the games down for 1:30pm (Reserves) and 3pm (Seniors).
The U16 Hurling County Final v Dungloe has been set for this Saturday, October 21st in Donegal Town for 4pm. It should be confirmed in the coming days if it will go ahead as scheduled, keep an eye on social media for notice of the fixture. Best of luck to everyone involved.
The U16 boy's footballers have advanced to the county championship semi-finals after a big win over Ardara on Sunday in O'Donnell Park. They will meet Killybegs in the semi-finals with the day and time tbc. Keep an eye on social media for details of the fixture.
The U13 boy's footballers lost their Div. 1 Shield semi-final on Saturday to Milford to bring their season to a close.
Members of the Minor Football team, Patrick McColgan, Matthew McGovern and Shane Maguire visited the Century Cinemas Sunday Morning Academy with their 3 cups in tow - the Northern Board Minor League trophy, the Oliver Briody Cup that was won in the USA in July at the Continental youth Championships in Buffalo, NY and the Co. Minor Championship Trophy, the Domhnall Mac A Bhaird Cup.
The Century Cinemas Sunday Morning Academy will finish after this Sunday's session (Oct. 22nd) and the Presentation Night will take place in the Clubhouse the following Friday night, October 27th between 6pm and 8pm.
The Friday Evening Hurling & Camogie Academy has now finished outdoors and will recommence indoors at Aura on Friday, November 10th between 6:30pm and 7:30pm.
Tickets are still available for the 1992 Gala Dinner in Donegal Town this Friday night, October 20th. Visit the Donegal GAA website for the link to purchase your tickets to commemorate Donegal's 1st Senior All-Ireland title. Our club had 3 men on the panel, Charlie Mulgrew, Paul Carr and Mark Crossan.