GLENFIN’S Katy Herron will captain Donegal against Armagh at her home club on today (throw-in 3pm) after snow and ice forced the Division 2 clash to be postponed last time around.
There’s more likely to be a bit of drizzle this time.
But a good crowd is expected as the 25-year-old school teacher leads the county side out today.
Among them will be loads of friends and relations.
And with a panel of players now drawn from the ranks of all clubs across the majority of parishes in the county by manager Davy McLaughlin, the game will draw a crowd from far and wide.
“It is going to be that wee bit extra special leading my county out onto the pitch of my home club on Sunday,” she says.
“There will be a good few relatives, club members and friends here so it is going to be special for me but the focus will remain the same. It’s about getting points on the board.”
Donegal had an excellent win over Down last Sunday, but today will be a whole lot different.
It promises to be a cracking game.