TOMMY MARTIN: In Donegal, we know all about darkness before the dawn

Abandon hope all ye who enter here. This is the football championship. Thirty-two counties chase a ball around for four months and at the end, the Dubs always win.

A young Donegal supporter races up to the giant landmark tree in O'Donnell Park, Letterkenny GAC

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