On today’s Sunday Sport

Highland-Radio-SportWe begin a busy day of sport with reaction from last night's National Football League Division One match at Croke Park between Dublin and Donegal.
Manager Rory Gallagher and captain Michael Murphy, who got two yellow cards, spoke to us directly after the disappointing loss.
We also hear from Tyrone manager Mickey Harte after Tryone drew at home with Armagh in Division Two at home in Healy Park, Omagh.
Still with GAA football, we will follow today's game in Derry as the Oak Leaf County hosts Meath.
In soccer, we will hear from Finn Harps manager Ollie Horgan, who is delighted after his newly promoted side beat Longford Town 1-0 to record their second win of the season.
We will have all the soccer results from the Donegal League, Inishowen League, the League Cup semi-finals, and the Ulster Cup semis.
There will be a round-up from the weekend's athletics and a review of the rugby action, and we hear all about a fascinating exhibition dedicated to the football memorabilia collection of former Derry City FC player Eddie Davis, who passed away last August.
We listen back to Donegal boxer Jason Quigley who spoke to Highland Radio yesterday, fresh from his latest victory in the ring, and revealed he looks set for the undercard of a major fight in Las Vegas.
And, as always, we'll keep you up-to-date with all the local, national, and international sporting news throughout the day.