Donegal over 40s are back in action next Wednesday when they face Leitrim in the Colaiste Ailigh School grounds, Letterkenny. (Throw-in 7.30pm)
Wednesday night’s game will be Donegal’s second on their return to Masters football for the first time in a number of years.
The team is managed by highly successful Kilcar manager, John McNulty and they defeated Antrim 2-13 to 0-7 in the first round in Killyclogher, Tyrone.
Gerard McGrenra and Eddie Gallagher scored the goals, both in the first half, to help Donegal to a comfortable 12 point victory over the Saffrons.
“We have been training once a week since the end of April and it was good to get off to a winning start,” said John McNulty.
“We have trained at the Colaiste Ailigh Grounds in Letterkenny and really we have received great support all round since we started out.
“Abbott Ireland in Donegal Town have sponsored a set of jerseys and we have also received generous sponsorship from the Warehouse, Letterkenny.”
Monaghan, Cavan and Tyrone along with Antrim and Leitrim are the other teams in the Donegal group.
They all play each other once and the two top teams qualify for the semi-finals.
Donegal Masters: Martin Gillespie (Naomh Columba), Charlie Doherty (Naomh Muire), Charlie Boyle (Glenswilly), Ross Brady (Kilcar), James McBride (Downings), Kevin McGettigan (Termon), Michael McShane, David McShane ( Kilcar), Charlie Bonner (Glenswilly), John Anthony Mullan (Convoy), Gerard McGrenra (Glenswilly), Eddie Gallagher (St Nauls) Benny Cassidy (Four Masters), Sean Boyce, Emmet Mc Cormack (MacCumhaills), Val Murray, Kerry Ryan (Aodh Ruadh), Daniel Branley (Bundoran), Paul Gallagher (Naomh Muire), Martin McShane (Ardara), Johnny McGinty (Glenfin), Stephen Walls (Naomh Brid), Charlie Gallagher (Four Masters), Joe Boyle, Shane McClafferty (Downings), Adrian McGettigan (Termon), Paul McGlynn (Glenfin); Sean McDaid (Urris), Joe Doherty, Eamon Doherty (Ardara)