GAA – Donegal v Dublin All Ireland Semi Final Preview Pt1

Paddy Mc Grath is Donegal’s latest injury worry ahead of this Sunday’s All Ireland Semi Final with Dublin at Croke Park. The Ardara man spent the weekend on the treatment table after he tweaked a hamstring in training last Thursday night. McGrath joins Michael Hegarty on the injury list. Despite playing a full club game with Kilcar in recent weeks, Hegarty had a reaction to the injury and has since been restricted in training.

This week on our sports bulletins Highland Radio will be building up to the big game with player interviews.

2011 has already been a memorable year for Donegal football. Michael Murphy lifted the Anglo Celt Cup in July as Donegal won Ulster for the first time in 19 years. The County Captain says that if Donegal play to their full potential they can be a match for Dublin.
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It was Kevin Cassidy’s magical point at the end of extra time against Kildare which sent Donegal into the All Ireland Semi Final. The Gweedore man says it’s going to take huge believe and hard work to over come the Dubs.
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Martin Mc Elhinney is having a big season with both county and club. Having overcome Kildare in a dramatic finish, The St. Michael’s man is hoping to make it back to back wins at Croke Park.
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