Come along to Donegal Sport Hub and Radisson Blu Letterkenny’s live podcast

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DONEGAL SPORT HUB and the Radisson Blu Hotel Letterkenny formally invite you to our live podcast, which will take place on Monday, December 14.

The event will take place in the Port Bar, in the Letterkenny hotel from 7:30pm.

The Radisson Blu are the official partners of Donegal Sport Hub and a host of Donegal’s top sporting celebrities will be present.

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Professional boxer Jason Quigley, Donegal captain Michael Murphy, inspirational speaker Nikki Bradley and Finn Harps skipper Kevin McHugh have confirmed their attendance for the occasion, which will have a festive feel.

They will join MC for the night, Donegal Sport Hub’s Charlie Collins, while his colleagues Alan Foley and Chris McNulty will be manning the floor – those in attendance will be welcome to pose their questions to the guests and there will be spot prizes on the night.

Photo caption: The Donegal Sport Hub team Alan Foley and Chris McNulty (far left) and Charlie Collins and Michael ‘Cliffy’ Kelly (far right) with Paul Byrne, the managing director of the Radisson Blu Hotel Letterkenny, his wife Janice, daughters Jessica and Ciara and son Michael

Admission is free and no tickets are required so so come along to the Radisson Blu Hotel in Letterkenny and enjoy your evening! Further details will be released in due course.

For further information, please email donegalsporthub@gmail.com or call Charlie (086-0270000), Alan (086-3601370) or Chris (087-9499073).

Jason Quigley

Boxer Jason Quigley has won all nine of his professional bouts since joining forces with Oscar De La Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions in April 2014, making the move to Los Angeles.

Beforehand, in 2013, Jason was the first Irishman to reach an AIBA World Senior Championship final having previously won European titles at Junior, Under-23 and Senior level. Quigley defeated Bogdan Juratoni in the European senior final in 2013 before losing out to Zhanibek Alimkhanuly in the World final in Almaty.

Murphy

Michael Murphy captained Donegal to the All-Ireland football championship in 2012, as well as Ulster titles in 2011, 2012 and 2014, and the 2010 Ulster Under-21 Championship. The 26-year-old also won the 2006 Ulster Minor Championship and won the 2011 and 2013 Donegal Senior Football Championship with his club Glenswilly

He skippered Ireland to victory in the International Rules Series of 2013 against Australia and was this week confirmed by manager Rory Gallagher as Donegal captain again for the 2016 season. Michael is the owner of Michael Murphy Sports & Leisure in Letterkenny.

Nikki Bradley

Nikki Bradley is an inspirational speaker and the founder of an awareness campaign called Fighting Fit For Ewing’s. Her campaign is based primarily around participating in physical challenges to highlight the importance of exercise for rehabilitation while raising awareness for Ewing’s Sarcoma.

She is also a columnist and JCI Donegal 2015 president. In August, Nikki became the first woman to abseil off Fanad Head LightHouse in Donegal. In 2016 Nikki hopes to abseil off many of Ireland’s iconic landmarks in a bid to change people’s view on ‘disability’

Kevin McHugh

Kevin McHugh is a Finn Harps legend, having scored 185 goals for the Ballybofey club since making his debut against Fanad United back in 1998. A native of Killea, He has also lined out for Derry City and Linfield.

Last season Kevin helped Finn Harps to promotion to the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division following their second placed finish in Division One and two-legged play-off victories over UCD and then Limerick FC. Kevin last month opted to sign a one-year contract extension at Finn Park for 2016 meaning he’ll add to his 407 appearances for the club.

MA in Journalism graduate from NUI Galway and BBS Marketing and NC in Online Marketing from LyIT, who has worked covering sport in Donegal since 2004. Part of Donegal Democrat who won McNamee awards in 2013 and 2015 for 'best provincial publication'. Reseacher for 'Jimmy's Winnin' Matches' documentary and Rory Kavanagh's autobiography 'Winning'

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