Donegal take on Roscommon

Donegal’s preparations for the Ulster quarter-final against Derry begin in earnest this week with a challenge game against Roscommon.

Donegal’s preparations for the Ulster quarter-final against Derry begin in earnest this week with a challenge game against Roscommon.

The game takes place this evening (Tuesday) in Carrick-on-Shannon and the Donegal panel will then go to a training camp for a few days to prepare for the big game.

David Walsh was the only player to pick up an injury at the weekend. The Naomh Brid player had to retire with a hand injury in the Naomh Brid-MacCumhaill’s league game but it is expected he will be okay.

Rory Kavanagh is continuing his rehab in the hope that his ankle injujry will have cleared up for the game. It is learned that Kavanagh is using special facilities at Univeresity of Ulster, Jordanstown, which allows gravityless training.

The Donegal-Derry game is in MacCumhaill Park on Saturday 16th June.