GAA – All Ireland Final Preview Pt1

Donegal are reporting a clean bill of health ahead of this Sunday’s All Ireland Final with Mayo.

The squad will take on light sessions tonight and on Thursday before departing forDublin.

It’s been twenty years since Donegal won the 1992 final and a large bulk of the county team have no memory of that famous day because they were so young.

With only five days to go to the big decider the build up has certainly been gathering even more momentum.

Highland Radio Sport has been speaking with the Donegal camp ahead of the All Ireland Final and first up is Jim Mc Guinness’ right hand man Rory Gallagher who spoke with Charlie Collins...
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Neil McGee is one of three  McGee family members in the squad this year. His brother Eamon is heading for a 100th appearance in the final while Peter is also part of the panel. Neil who was an All Star in 2011 says they are enjoying the build up but are also working hard...
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Paddy Mc Grath is one of a number of players on the senior squad who was part of the Under 21 team that reached the All Ireland Final a few years ago. Paddy says there’s a great buzz around Ardara at moment and if Donegal are to take Sam it will come down to who wants it the most...
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Frank Mc Glynn is hoping to become the first Glenfin man to take Sam Maguire back to his Parish. Frank says the team are very much focused on the task at hand...
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