The Countdown is on for Sunday’s All-Ireland Quarter-final between Donegal and Kerry, with fans from both counties expecting the match-up of the tournament.
Donegal are riding high on the back of their Ulster Senior Football Championship victory, and have proven that under Jim McGuinness’ guidance they are a force to be reckoned with.
McGuinness has remained positive about his squad, singing their praises, without ever crossing the line into boastful or arrogant statements. The focus of his recent interviews has been consistently based on ‘the game plan’ and remaining focused on the challenges directly in front of them.
As usual, McGuinness has decided to not reveal his starting XV until match day, which leaves the door open for the doubtful competitors to get fit in time for Sunday’s clash.
Kerry have announced their starting XV, which will include Galvin and the other star players, who have made the Kingdom one of the most exciting sides to watch.
Banter between both counties has been batted back and forth, but one thing both sides can agree on is that Sunday’s match will be the biggest challenge and the defining moment of the tournament.
The match is on Sunday 5th August, with a Throw-in at 4pm
Be sure to visit DonegalNow.com for match updates as they happen.
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