Donegal Gaelic Football Club, New York senior panel will face Kerry at 3.30 pm on Sunday 22 September in the second NY GAA semi-final.
The result will determine which side will face the winner of this Sunday’s Cavan v Leitrim match for the NY GAA Senior silverware on 29 September.
In their two regular season encounters supremo Pat McGill’s lads drew with the Kingdom in June and then took them by 3 points, 1-15 to 1-12, on 11 August.
Kerry notched their place in the semi-final by defeating 2012 champions Cork on 8 September.
The Donegal squad had three drawn matches to finish second on the table in their first campaign back in senior ranks since dropping two years ago to focus on the Intermediate level to which they advanced on capturing the Junior championship trophy in 2010.
Bolstering McGill’s leadership have been St. Michael’s and Donegal NY veteran James McFadden and the Banner County’s Denis Shannon. The Tir Chonaill team have drawn on the skill of such as CJ Molloy (of the Ardara Molloy football clan), PJ Flanagan, Brian Connor, Mickey Annette, Conor Lynam, Brian Cullinan, Shane Boyle, Paul McGinley, and a talented host of others to reach the semi-final plateau.
With the benefit of steady training during the respite since besting the Kingdom, Donegal are up for the challenge and have a silverware hunger building.
Tennis coaching for juniors and adults continues at Letterkenny Tennis Club as follows:
Autumn Junior Tennis Sessions - Mondays: 4.30pm-5.30pm 6yrs-8yrs, 5.30pm-6.30pm 9yrs-12yrs, 6.30pm-7.30pm Teens
Wed: 4.30pm-5.30pm 6yrs-8yrs, 5.30pm-6.30pm 9yrs-12yrs, 6.30pm-7.30pm Teens
Sat: 10am-11am 6yrs-8yrs, 11am-12noon 9yrs-12yrs, 12noon-1pm Teens
Also Adult classes for beginners and improvers on Thursdays at 6pm. Cost is €45 for 8 weeks.