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Come on Cork
As the sun rises from the East over the majestic Errigal mountain, the fighting & valiant men from Tír Chonaill will descend upon the Pale to obliterate & annihilate the charlatans & pretenders from the banks of the Lee. Tír Chonaill abú!
Don’t forget the Inis Eoghain men Llyod!!! Dun na nGall Abu!!!
You know your Geography Terence !
If the opposition are controlling midfield Paul,and gobbleing up all your kickouts;do you have a plan B?
Tír Conaill (the land of the O’Donnells’) is much more appropriate than the anglacized version of Dún na nGall(the fort of the foreigners). Tír Chonaill agus ar dteanga dúchais abú!
Would land of the O’Donnells’ not be Tir O’Domhnaill??? Tir Conail actually means Land of Conal Llyod and does not include Inis Eoghain, as Inis Eoghian translates to Land of Eoghain. So Geographically they are separate entities, Dhun na nGall includes us all!!! By your reckoning Jim Would have to leave Bradley and Walsh out of the panel. Have a wee read of Donegal history you might learn sometihing.