Still sporting the bloodstains from battle, Jim McGuinness emerged from the mouth of the tunnel at St. Tiernach’s Park with the Anglo-Celt Cup swinging by his hand, one hand clenched to its handle.
Despite all that has gone before, including the 2012 All-Ireland title, McGuinness declared the victory as his best.
Donegal’s third Ulster title in four years it may be, but, more importantly for now, it’s their second coming.
“People have been asking questions and we’ve answered those questions,” he said.
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