When it comes to Donegal GAA nobody has contributed more than Brian McEniff. The Bundoran legend enjoyed great club success with the renound St Josephs in the 60's and 70's, winning a whole host of county titles. Amongst that successful period they also won the All Ireland club title in 1968 and the Ulster club championship in 1975. Brian as player manager of Donegal in 1972 led Donegal to their first ever senior Ulster title. He followed that with a second title in 74. During a second stint in charge he landed Donegal Ulster title no 3 in 1983 and his third time in the job saw him win his beloved county's fourth and fifth ulster titles in 1990 and 1992. On the 20th Sept 92 Brian guided Donegal to our first ever senior All Ireland title, beating Dublin 0-18 to 0-14 in the decider. During my interview with Brian we preview the opening league fixtures of 2021 this weekend and we reflect on many of his great memories including the unforgettable year Sam Maguire first came to the hiils.