There was great scenes on Sunday evening in Donegal Town as Donegal brought back the Anglo Celt cup to the county for the third time in four years.
It was an historic day for Donegal, with Declan Bonner’s minor side also winning an Ulster championship for the first time since 2006.
It was the first time in the county’s history were both the minors and seniors captured Ulster titles.
In the homecoming video above Jim McGuinness speaks candidly about the disappointment of last year and how much the defeat hurt the players.
McGuinness said that Sunday’s victory was the sweetest one yet after he and his team had been written off by many pundits after last year’s collapse.
Next up for McGuinness and his charges is a meeting against either Meath or Armagh at Croke Park on Saturday the 9th of August.
Declan Bonner’s minor side face Roscommon in an All-Ireland quarter final in Sligo on Saturday week.
Video courtesy of Jackson Media TV.