GAA – Donegal v Cork All Ireland Semi Final Preview Part2

The Donegal and Cork camps are reporting no fresh injury worries ahead of Sunday's All Ireland semi-final at Croke Park.

St.Michael’s Martin McElhinney is expected to return to duty for Donegal after a slight knee injury.

Cork corner back Ray Carey remains the only concern for the Rebels, but manager Conor Conihan has already indicated that he expects him to be fit to line-out at the weekend.

The last time these two counties clashed Donegal lost heavily to a then rampant Cork side. Glenfin’s Frank Mc Glynn is looking to right that wrong from three years ago...
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Kilcar’s Patrick McBrearty who has just received his leaving cert results certainly has had a rollercoaster two seasons...
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The scoring of forward Colm Mc Fadden has been crucial this summer. The St. Michael’s man who has already bagged 3-23 this campaign says there’s a good feeling in the camp...
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Gweedore’s Eamon Mc Gee says the Manager and the system has given the players belief...
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