The Minor girls Footballers are in Boston, Mass. for the Annual Continental Youth Championships that take place between August 1st and August 5th this year. The team is being led by Greg Harkin and Eunan Walsh and the girls are pictured with sponsors Eddie Tobin and Brian McCormick.
Their first game takes place at ...
Terence Diver of Diver's Hyundai handing over the keys of a Brand New Hyundai Tucson Jeep to Maxi Curran St. Eunan's GAA Club Senior team Manager. Also included in the picture are Diver's Hyundai Sales Manager Gavin Flanagan, Club Chairman Cathal Greene, along with Club Stalwarts Vincent McGlynn, Charlie Harvey, ...
Every seat tells a story. Stories of the people who sit in them, the games they enjoyed, the laughter, the tears, the memories, the magic.
Speaking at the recent launch of the ‘Take a Seat’ Campaign, St. Eunan’s chairman Cathal Greene said “Our fundraising initiatives have resulted in the further enhancement of ...
Setanta reclaimed the Munster Cup as they held off St Eunan’s in this afternoon’s Donegal senior hurling final at Sean Mac Cumhaill Park.
Setanta 1-16 St Eunan’s 1-8
Pictures by Joe Boland (North West News Pix)
Colm Melaugh’s 40th minute goal and a five-star display by Declan Coulter gave Setanta the win and the silverware returns to the Cross after a nine-year absence.
Setanta, appearing in their first Donegal SHC final since 2013, switched on the afterburners when Bernard Lafferty, Mark Kane and a brace of frees by Coulter in the opening five minutes of the second half.
Coulter found his range with one whopping free from all of 80 metres and, from another long-range punt by Coulter, Setanta bagged the goal. The sliotar broke invitingly and Colm Melaugh stooped to sweep past Eunan’s goalkeeper Colm Breathnach.
Armagh native Coulter – a former Nicky Rackard All-Star winner with the Orchard – landed his fifth of the day before Eunan’s announced their return to the game when Sean McVeigh raced through the middle and blasted beyond Setanta ‘keeper Ciaran Bellew.
St Eunan’s reclaimed the County Division One Minor Football Championship with success over Kilcar this evening.
St Eunan’s 5-10 Kilcar 1-8
The ability to score in blitzes was what proved the difference. In two separate spells of barely 90 seconds each in the first half, St Eunan’s rattled off four goals and ...
St Eunan’s are Co U16 Ladies Champions after a convincing 5-08 to 3-03 win over Termon at St Mary’s Convoy this afternoon.
Niamh Walsh was player of match hitting 3-05 of the Eunan’s score in a game which the black and amber dominated throughout.
Sub Maria Kealy came on with 15 minutes to go and scored 2-01 ...
Eunan O’Donnell praised his St Eunan’s side after they edged past Dungloe to win the Donegal U16 ‘A’ hurling Championship yesterday.
St Eunan’s 2-7 Dungloe 1-7
“Dungloe kept coming back and back at us,” O’Donnell said.
“Preparing a team for that is a very hard thing to do.
“They have been ...
St. Eunan's clubman, Doherty, who is the outgoing Vice-chairman, is one of seven nominees for the top position.
"I have been very encouraged by those clubs who have been in contact with me," he said.
"I have been around a long time and I feel I have plenty to bring to the table. I have been Assistant Treasurer in ...