Declan Bonner

Declan Bonner
Personal information
SportGaelic Football
PositionRight Corner Forward
Born (1965-08-11) 11 August 1965 (age 52)
Letterkenny, Ireland
Club(s)
YearsClub
Na Rossa
Inter-county(ies)
YearsCounty
1984-1995Donegal
Inter-county titles
Ulster titles2
All-Irelands1
NFL0
All Stars0

Biography

Declan Bonner (given birth to 11 August 1965) can be an Irish previous Gaelic footballer and, later on, manager. He presently manages the Donegal minimal group. He also maintains prominent mass media jobs in his indigenous county, such as for example with Highland Radio and regional newspapers. Bonner played for his neighborhood membership Na Rossa as well as the Donegal inter-county group. He scored the ultimate stage in Donegal’s beat of Dublin in the 1992 All-Ireland Mature Football Championship Last. Within five years of the All-Ireland name he was compelled to retire from the overall game due to damage. Bonner continued to control Donegal (1997 – 2000), starting on his 32nd birthday and within a month of pension. He led Donegal for an Ulster Last against Derry in 1998 – Joe Brolly place paid compared to that using a few kisses towards the group. Bonner managed Ghaoth Dobhair towards the 2006 Donegal Senior Soccer Championship name. He also coached Carl McHugh at Na Rossa. Bonner managed the Donegal small team towards the 2014 Ulster name then to an initial ever All-Ireland Last, against Kerry.

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