UPDATED DAY TWO: DONEGAL TEAM ON TOUR LATEST

CROKER ON SUNDAY - PIC EUGENE MCELROY

22:51 UPDATED: The victorious Donegal team is en route to Dungloe and is expected there around about 11.20pm, though this may be a bit later.

Earlier the team stopped at the McGee family home in Dore where a massive crowd were there to greet them.

They also had a meal at the Seaview before going to CLG Gaoth Dobhair.

Estimated times:

Dungloe – 11.20pm

 

Na Rossa – 12.10 pm

 

Glenties – 1am

 

 

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