GAA – McGuinness Happier Heading To Croker

Jim Mc Guinness is looking for his side to kick on from the victory over Mayo and bring that form to Croke Park on Saturday evening.  Donegal recovered from a very slow start last Sunday to deliver an impressive seven-point win in Ballyshannon and put themselves in a position of retaining their place in the top flight. After the heavy defeat to Kerry McGuinness was pleased with his players response for the Mayo game.  Donegal are on four points having won two of their five games to date. With three points separating second place Down(6pts) and bottom of the table Armagh(3pts) Donegal will need to get something from their remaining two games. Be it either with Dublinthis Saturday or on Easter Sunday against Armaghin Ballybofey.
Manager Jim Guinness says it’s going to go down to the wire.