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St Agnes specialist pre school donegal town would appreciate a visit from Sam
i got my hands on sam my self when i was 11 back in 1992 in milford national school, fair play to ya jimmy boy
Kids not Disappointed – you want to tell that to the HUNDREDS of kids that were left disappointed in Lifford this evening.
I KNOW its not Jim’s Call, but, its the county boards fault.
In their infinate wisdom, they decided that they were going to just drive through Donegals Capital and wave out at the 1,000 or so people that lined the route.
DIDNT HAPPEN – people power won the day – they were FORCED to stop by sheer numbers of people in front of the bus.
There were a lot of kids (and parents) left very heartbroken at this sudden change to the planned schedule !!
Im sure it is dissapointing, but give Jim and the lads a break …. they are putting the county and children before themselves. Just see the recent days posts … after the hard training all year and absense from their own kids and families, they are doing the best they can. Its not easy keeping all happy all the time.
If ever a team and management gave the impression that they did what they did for the entire county and not just for themselves, this is that team. What great ambassadors! I’m a Donegal man living in Cork (was in Croke Park last Sunday)and I’ve enjoyed following the ‘world tour’ on ‘donegaldaily.’ Well done to all.
Fair play to Jim and all the lads, they have brought great happiness and confidence back to Donegal. But also a special mention to the team at donegaldaily.com whose unwavering coverage of not only the final, but all the matches in the lead up to it. They have kept all of us up to date with everything from match reports to the reaction of fans from all over the world. Well done lads. Keep up the good work.
the entire squad plus mentors are a real credit to the county…Thanks Lads
Could all moaning faced people stay away. Well done to Jim and county board for making that promise. Jim can’t do that on his own. Now all good people of Donegal. Keep enjoying. We won’t see this for another year. Well done everyone.
any body have any updates on were team is at now or wat time to be expected in glenswilly
i would apreciate if u would go out yo aaranmore island to the secondary school
paul please stop moaning we won the all ireland,give the lads a break tough few months.wat about all the children in letterkenny that had to go home on tuesday nite.up the lads jimmy winning fans
Jim and the TEAM – What ambassadors for our beautiful County ! Maybe now we will be remembered !!
we would love a visit form the TEAM AND SAM at BALLAGHDERG SPECIAL NEEDS PRESCHOLL, MOUNTAIN TOP GREAT TO HAVE SAM BACK IN THE HILLS
Visit to Tory Island school would be great well done lads.
As Paul has said it’s not fault of the team or Jim but Lifford very disappointed but not blaming players, it was on schedule (Raphoe was not),people there from 1.30,told to go into Community Centre as boys on their way, then told in Centre they weren’t stopping & to get back to road side, not easy to move out that quick when you have children & massive numbers heading 1 direction. Think players need their rest so maybe we’ll get a shout at not so later date! We won’t all get to see Sam at schools with younger kids & I’m sure Civic Reception in County House will only be “Hob Nobs” not “wee people” of town! Boys done great & should be allowed time with their families & rest/celebrate as they please!