TOMMY MARTIN: Finding a heartbeat in rural isolation and urban alienation

At the time of writing the Gaoth Dobhair celebrations after their Ulster club football title win were ongoing.

That makes it four days clocked up, and counting.

Even by Donegal standards that’s epic. In fact, these aren’t celebrations anymore, this is a piece of performance art.

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