DONEGAL manager Declan Bonner has expressed his disappointment at this afternoon’s Dr McKenna Cup postponement against Monaghan.
The fixture was postponed in the interest of player safety. Part of the pitch by the old dressing rooms at St Tiernach’s Park remained frozen and match referee Noel Mooney from Cavan felt there was no other option than to call things off.
Donegal trained for the guts of an hour at the other end of the pitch. Odhran McNiallais was to make a return to the county colours for the first time since 2016.
Donegal to be without the services of Michael Langan for a few weeks. The St Michael’s forward scored 1-6 in Wednesday night’s 2-15 to 0-6 Dr McKenna Cup win over Queen’s University.
“Michael Langan picked up a knock on Wednesday night and is to go for a scan tomorrow,” Bonner added. “That could be a few weeks.”Tags: