Murphy says Donegal has the hunger

michael murphy 2105 bDonegal and Derry will lock horns this Sunday in the Ulster Championship with Michael Murphy urging his side to put in a performance that the players and supporters can be proud off.

Donegal have been preparing for the game without the suspended Rory Kavanagh and the departed Mark Mc Hugh while Glenswilly's Neil Gallagher is a huge doubt with an ankle injury.

The St. Michael's pairing of Christy Toye and Martin Mc Elhinney could be in line to start in the middle of the park should Gallagher miss out.

The Donegal captain says the players attitude has been very positive ahead of the big derby.

Highland Radio Sunday Sport will have live coverage from Celtic  Park with Tom Comack and Brendan Kilcoyne in association with Evolve Menswear, Letterkenny.