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This podcast features the full broadcast from the Rory Gallagher International Tribute Festival Arts House Special recorded live at the Abbey Arts Centre and hosted by Barbara-Rose Sanwo. Listen back to the program which features in-depth interviews with the late Rory Gallagher’s brother Donal Gallagher and nephew Eoin Gallagher, Music…

There are moves to make a film on the life and music of the late Rory Gallagher. The world-famous blues and rock multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and producer was born in Ballyshannon, Co Donegal, in 1948 and died in London in 1995. He is regarded as one of the world’s greatest guitarists.…

Rory Gallagher’s Fermanagh will face Tyrone in the first of the McKenna Cup semi-finals this Sunday in Enniskillen at 2pm. A 1-13 to 1-10 defeat of Declan Bonner’s Donegal side in Ballybofey last night means that Fermanagh have won three games from three so far under the former Donegal boss.…

Donegal enjoyed a positive start to 2018 with a comprehensive defeat of Queen’s University in Ballybofey yesterday evening in Ulster’s McKenna Cup. Declan Bonner’s side were 15-point winners, helped by goals from Michael Langan and debutant Nathan Mullins. There was also a winning start for former Donegal boss Rory Gallagher…

Donegal have begun the process of appointing a successor to Rory Gallagher. The County Committee have announced that they are now accepting nominations from clubs and from individuals for the position of senior team boss. Gallagher opted to step down last week after three years in charge. The closing date…

Rory Gallagher has said that online abuse on social media had ‘no impact’ on him or his decision to step down as manager of the Donegal senior footballers. Gallagher has released a statement through the Donegal PRO, Ed Byrne, in which he praises the county’s ‘outstanding’ supporters, following his decision…