MICHAEL McHugh pointed to a never-say-die attitude that saw nine-man Bonagee earn a dramatic derby draw against Letterkenny Rovers on Sunday.
Bonagee were trailing 2-1 and were down Jordan Armstrong and Sean Hume, both sent off, as Sunday’s bmcsports.ie Ulster Senior League game headed for the dying moments.
“It shows the character of the team,” Bonagee assistant manager McHugh told Donegal Daily/Donegal Sport Hub.
“We had a lot of chances but we definitely are showing that never-say-die attitude. It says a lot of their fitness and their willingness to keep going and stick together.
“When you go down to nine men and get a point out of the game, you’re delighted. It keeps us unbeaten, which is a really good thing. We’re looking to build on that momentum.”
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