GAA: Donegal and Derry are all level at the interval in a game that has been littered with errors from both teams.
Poor passing, decision making and shooting has all been a recurring feature in this clash between the bitter rivals.
Donegal have hit SIX wides and have only taken FIVE out of a possible SIXTEEN scoring opportunities.
Rory Gallagher will be disappointed at many aspects of his sides performance so far.
Donegal need to sharpen up in the final third and improve their decision making.
Brian McIver will be delighted with his side’s effort and application even if they’ve been poor in possession at times.
Odhran MacNiallais, Christy Toye and a brace from Patrick McBrearty had Donegal THREE ahead after fifteen minutes.
However, Derry responded well through scores from Eoin Bradley, Mark Lynch and Caolan O’Boyle.
Colm McFadden then scored a peach to put Donegal ahead but that was cancelled out by a fine effort from Chrissy McKaigue.Tags: