The club GAA scene was all but wrapped up at the weekend with Kilcar taking the second prize - the Democrat Cup - after winning the league. They defeated Naomh Conaill in their final game, in what was a league play-off.
Ryan McHugh joined a unique band of Donegal GAA players when he was presented with his All-Star on Friday night in Dublin.
There was underage success for Four Masters (U-13) and St. Eunan's (U-16) while Aodh Ruadh (U-13) and Termon (U-16) claimed Ladies Co. titles.
In Hockey, Raphoe lost out again at home, while in Badminton, the Magees bowed out in a tournament in Germany.
The Donegal League had a disappointing result in the Oscar Traynor Cup, going down 2-1 at home to Cavan/Monaghan, while in the Ulster Senior League, Cockhill went to the top once more after a big 7-1 win over Swilly Rovers.
Swilly Rovers U-16s celebrated winning the local league.
Bonagee United celebrated a big night on Friday night with the official switch on of their new floodlights.
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