Best Damiandowds podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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A podcast dedicated to discussion of Donegal GAA.
 
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Alan Foley, Chris McNulty, Frank Craig and Damian Dowds join Ciaran McMonagle to dicuss the 2014 Ulster Championship Draw and the changes to the Donegal management team.
 
Talking sport this week looks at the importance of Colleges football in the County in relation to future success. Gary Mc Daid & Damian Dowds are my Guests this wee
 
Alan Foley, Chris McNulty, Frank Craig, Damian Dowds and Ciaran McMonagle look back on the All Ireland Quarter Final and try to figure out where it all went wrong for Donegal.
 
A sombre mood descends on the podcast as Damian Dowds, Alan Foley, Chris McNulty and Ciaran McMonagle look back at Donegal's Ulster Final defeat and look ahead to Sunday's clash with Mayo. The mood brightens as we are joined by Ed McGreal of the Mayo News who helps preview Sunday's opponents.
 
In our sixth pod, Donegal have began with a bang. Alan Foley, Damian Dowds, Frank Craig and Chris McNulty discuss the win over Tyrone and look forward to the Down. There's also talk on the county minors and club championship, as well as the hurlers' win in the Nicky Rackard Cup.
 
Ciaran McMonagle is joined by Alan Foley, Frank Craig, Chris McNulty and Damian Dowds to discuss Donegal' tilt at a three in a row in Ulster and of course at retaining their All Ireland title.
 
Ciaran McMonagle is joined by Damian Dowds, Frank Craig and Alan Foley to discuss 'Bitegate', the end to Donegal's 2013 League Campaign and our minor and U-21 teams
 
Ciaran McMonagle, Alan Foley, Damian Dowds, Chris McNulty and Frank Craig look back on Donegal's recent legaue games.
 
In our second ever pod, Ciaran McMonagle is joined by Alan Foley, Frank Craig and Damian Dowds to look back on Donegal's league games against Kildare and Down, look forward to Tyrone and Kerry and discuss the new Donegal Senior Championship structure.
 
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