May 19, 2024

Listed here are the entire outcomes and match stories from this week’s Donegal Girls’s League fixtures.

Donegal Inishowen Girls’s Interleague Cup Quarter Ultimate

Cockhill Celtic 1 – 5 Letterkenny Rovers

The primary of the Interleague Cup Quarter Finals performed final night time in Celtic Park noticed hosts Cockhill Celtic tackle Letterkenny Rovers

This was the primary time these two groups met for a aggressive recreation, and certainty entertained the gang.

With evenly exchanges for the primary 15mins, Letterkenny Rovers had been awarded a penalty for a hand ball which Ciara McGarvey transformed.

Letterkenny Rovers began to pile on the stress with Aoibheann Doherty and Sarah McCarron doing a little nice defensive work for Cockhill, with keeper Claire Doherty pulling off some fantastic saves. After some good motion and passing Sarah Robinson acquired onto a diagonal ball from Danielle McGinley on the again put up to increase the lead for Rovers.

Orla Doherty was the engine in centre mid for Cockhill attempting to set Tammi Kerr by way of on the Rovers aim nevertheless Lucy Canning and Erin Doherty within the centre defence for Rovers had been available to chop out any hazard for Rovers.

As Cockhill pushed to drag a aim again a by way of go by Mia Devenney noticed Danielle Hynd run by way of the center to attain.

Leah McCarron had effort saved by Amy Doherty within the Rovers internet.

An extended ball by Erin Doherty excessive of the Cockhill defence noticed Ciara McGarvey race by way of and averted the advancing keeper to make it 4-0 at half time to Rovers.

Cockhill began a lot better within the second half getting a aim again proper at first by way of Tammi Kerr.

The second half as all nerves of the encounter dissolved numerous probabilities had been created from each side with Rovers Ciara McGarvey wrapping up the scoring with 10mins remaining.

Cockhill Goalscorer- Tammi Kerr

Letterkenny Rovers Goalscorers- Danielle Hynd, Sarah Robinson and Ciara McGarvey (3).



Bonagee def. Raphoe

Bonagee welcomed Raphoe within the opening recreation of the league. Good total staff efficiency from Bonagee. Credit score to Raphoe who battled onerous the entire recreation.

Scorers: Caoimhe Heron, Clodagh Heron, Bronagh Gallagher, Siobhan Sweeney.


Underneath 12


Group 1

Bonagee 0 – 4 Illistrin

An awesome battling efficiency tonight noticed Illistrin come away with the win. The scoreline of 4 nil was very undeserving to a Bonagee aspect that hit the put up and examined the wonderful Illistrin keeper T Doherty on quite a few events. The half time rating of 1-0 was a mirrored image of the closeness between the groups. A formidable Ruth McGrenra popped up along with her 2nd early within the second half. Bonagee misplaced two influential gamers by way of harm and the sport started to open up. An unlucky OG was the third after the Bonagee keeper did properly to maintain out the preliminary strike. As the sport was drawing to an in depth Eabha Mc Kinney completed properly after good teamwork. An thrilling finish to finish recreation in a night with out rain. Amelia Gallagher was courageous in targets. Alice Harvey together with Leah Cambell and Kayla Pyper consistently thwarted the Illistrin assault. The midfield trio of Leila Coyle and the younger Millie O Donovan and Ava Value labored tirelessly. Bonagee had been undoubtedly unfortunate to not rating. Eabha Gribben was a relentless risk up entrance and examined the keeper on quite a few events and she or he was properly supported by Anna Mc Daid who was unfortunate to see a strike hit the put up. Cadhla Mc Veigh Abbie Clarke and Croia Lyne labored onerous within the pursuit of targets.

Ballyraine Harps 1 – 0 Letterkenny Rovers

Ballyraine FC took victory over native rival Letterkenny Rovers by the narrowest of margins in a keenly contested recreation at Orchard Grove on Tuesday night. With the edges evenly matched, Hanna Carty capped a superb show with the one aim of the sport when she reacted quickest to fit dwelling the rebound, after her preliminary penalty was saved then got here again off the crossbar. Rovers pressed onerous for the equaliser however a strong Ballyraine rearguard stored them away staff at bay, with fantastic performances by Cora Lannon at centre again and Holly Gordon in aim as Ballyraine recorded a 3rd clear sheet in three video games.

Group 2 and Group 6

Drumbar 0 – 4 Cappry

Drumbar B – Cappry B (Cappry B win)

Drumbar Utd U12 A & B sides welcomed Cappry Rovers A & B to Drumbar on a wonderful night for soccer.

Each Cappry sides got here out on prime of each video games, with good wins.

The Drumbar v Cappry A recreation was a properly contested recreation with Drumbar creating few alternatives to attain, simply was to be.

The B Recreation noticed a properly developed Cappry aspect come out with win, towards a newly fashioned Drumbar utd u12 b aspect. Nicely carried out to all of the groups on two very entertaining video games.


Group 5

Kilmacrennan def. Swilly Rovers

An ideal night time for soccer as Lurgy park hosted the u12 women from neighbouring Ramelton and the two groups definitely didn’t disappoint the big crowd in attendance. After an evenly matched opening 10 minutes the house aspect made the breakthrough with striker Aoibhinn Hegarty persevering with her fantastic streak in entrance of aim and minutes later she doubled the lead with one other properly taken aim. Hegarty then turned supplier with a chic go to arrange strike associate Caidhla Conlon to make it 3 and simply earlier than the half time whistle midfield dynamo Hayley Callaghan – Carter made it 4 for a aim her efforts absolutely deserved. Swilly stored battling away and had been unfortunate to have a aim dominated out for offside however Kilmacrennan added 2 extra targets within the 2nd half courtesy of Hayley once more and one other aim from keeper turned striker Eimear Quinn to spherical off night time for the lurgysiders.

Milford def. Mulroy

The sport began very tight with probabilities at each ends, Mulroy develop into the sport and took the lead by way of Alice Gibbons. The away staff continued to press and acquired 2 extra targets earlier than the break. Milford began the sport the brighter within the second half and created just a few extra probabilities earlier than Alice danced her manner by way of the defence to attain her 4th aim of the match.

Milford pulled one again by way of Kacie Toye with a neat end from shut vary. Alice acquired to extra targets earlier than Clodagh McVeigh accomplished the scoring to finish the sport


Group 6

Letterkenny Rovers 2 – 4 Ballyraine Utd

A hattrick by Eva O Toole raced Ballyraine right into a 3-0 lead by half time. This didn’t section the Rovers women once they got here out battling within the second half. Angel Abu pulled one again for Rovers, earlier than Maisie Duffy prolonged the lead once more for Ballraine, Chloe Pressure wrapped up the scoring for Rovers. Nice recreation with Sophie O Donnell and Kerri Wade shinning for Letterkenny and Eva O Toole and Aoife Sheridan excelling for Ballyraine.



Drumkeen 0 – 3 Dunfanghy

Excellent match on Tuesday night between Drumkeen and Dunfanaghy. The had been properly matched groups however sadly for Drumkeen, the house aspect simply couldn’t get a aim ultimately. It completed with Dunfanaghy profitable 3-0, with McGinley scoring on 23 minutes, Black scoring on 27 and Gallagher scoring finishing the scoring simply at the start of the second half.

Letterbarrow 3 – 1 Convoy Arsenal

Letterbarrow u12 women hosted Convoy Arsenal at Tymeen this night. Letterbarrow began very sturdy with all departments working very onerous and are available in at half time 2-0. Convoy come out preventing and introduced it again to 2-1. With each groups pushing for the subsequent aim it was Letterbarrow who acquired it with some implausible passing play to complete the sport 3-1. An awesome match with each groups enjoying very properly Objective scorers for the house aspect had been Orla Maguire, Bláithnaid Leahy and Clodagh McCarthy. Sophia Kelly for Convoy.

Finn Valley 3-0 Donegal City

On an important night for soccer, this was a very tight match with each groups struggling to interrupt by way of every others defence. Finn Valley lastly acquired a break by way of with Islagh Patton getting on the scoresheet halfway by way of the first half. The 2nd half was a lot the identical with Niamh Mc Ginty making some nice final ditch tackles to disclaim the guests earlier than Samara Mc Glinchey after which Aoife Mc laughlin, late on, with an important strike made it 3. Some tremendous performances by each groups and a particular point out to Meghan Mc Granaghan who had an important recreation on her debut within the blue and white.

Raphoe City v Keadue (Keadue win)

Raphoe U12 women hosted guests Keadue to Drumineney. Keadue’s expertise confirmed by way of however there was a great deal of nice play from the younger Raphoe staff with some women even enjoying for the primary time. Keadue targets got here from L.O’ Donnell, E.Gallagher, S.McGovern, A.McGee and J.Keys. Raphoe’s scorers had been Emily Donnelly and Amanda Caldwell.

Lagan Harps 1 Glenree FC 2

The 2 groups handled the gang to a very well contested recreation in Mc Connell Park. Glenree had been properly on prime at first and solely good defending from Kelsie Mc Menamin, Thea Rodgers and Likora Kolsut Mc Daid plus some good saves from Ella Sharkey stored them at bay. They deservedly took the lead with end from Eilis O’Connell. They continued to dominate with Erin Caldwell,Katie Mc Bride and Erin Coyle doing properly. Lagan got here in to the match because the half wore on with Katie Gildea giving us outlet on the precise. Lagan had just a few lengthy vary efforts from Emily Mc Mahon and Clodagh Kavanagh however Abbie Conor Faughnan handled them properly. Lagan actually upped our recreation within the second half with Emily Mc Mahon and Clodagh Kavanagh attending to grips in midfield. They equalised with an important freekick from Emily Mc Mahon. Emily and Ella Rose Hamlyn went shut as Lagan pressed for a winner. Glenree completed strongly with Eilis O’Connell scoring a second and placing the crossbar. Ellie Rodgers had an effort go large with Emily Mc Mahon nearly grabbing an equaliser. A extremely entertaining recreation performed in nice spirit.


Underneath 16

Group 1

Letterkenny Rovers 1 – 4 Raphoe City

Cliodhna Kelly opening the scoring for Raphoe after 8 minutes when Rovers had been unable to clear the ball within the field. Kayla McSorley prolonged the lead for Raphoe on 18mins. Rovers labored themselves again into the sport and had been awarded a penalty which Savanna Keys transformed. With Rovers enjoying the sport with 10 gamers attributable to Orla Moffitt having to be withdrawn after 10mins into the sport, Rovers started to tire, having to defend deep, a clearance fell to Alicia Dominiski who shot excessive in over Caithlin’s head from 40 yards, an important aim with 10mins remaining. With 2mins to go, one other lengthy vary shot by Cliodhna Kelly secured the victory for Raphoe. Superb performances by each groups with Lena Matwieji and Sorcha Keys excelling for Rovers and Cliodhna Kelly and Molly McGroarty excelling for Raphoe.

Lagan Harps 2 – 0 Ballyraine FC

Lagan picked up their first win of the season after a intently fought encounter within the Aura. Lagan edged the primary half however discovered it onerous to get photographs away towards a strong Ballyraine defence. The breakthrough got here on thirty minutes when Siobhan Curran completed properly after a scramble within the space. Ballyraine went shut from a few corners. Sarah O’ Keeney and Clodagh Patton created some hazard for them however Ciara Cullen handled any photographs. The second half was evenly balanced however defences had been nonetheless on prime. Lagan acquired the important second when Sinead Mc Loughlin was despatched clear and shot to the highest nook. Ballyraine went shut on a few events close to the tip however Lagan held on for the win.


Group 2

Finn Valley 2 – 0 Cappry Rovers

Performed on a cold however wonderful Spring night on the Valley Centre. Finn Valley welcomed native neighbours Cappry Rovers to the Valley Centre for this eagerly awaited fixture. Each groups took some time to settle into the fixture. Scrappy exchanges by each groups meant that the Valley women couldn’t come up with the sport.

Valley women had been the primary to settle and from a ensuing nook went forward by way of Brooke Byrne. The opening aim appeared to settle the Valley women as numerous good play was held contained in the Cappry half however failing to transform the probabilities created, with some good defending a little bit of frustration for the house aspect earlier than half time. Cappry Rovers got here out within the second half with extra intent and their first try on aim was from a ensuing free kick from twenty 5 yards which was simply handled by the Valley keeper. Valley acquired to grips with the sport and once more dominated play and created probabilities to go additional forward however failing to capitalise, ensured Cappry had been nonetheless within the contest. Valley added the second aim halfway by way of the final quarter when Aisling O’Donnell was put by way of and coolly slotted the ball past the unfortunate Cappry keeper. With time operating out, Valley had been capable of see out the sport and the bragging rights within the native derby going to the Stranorlar membership . A really entertaining recreation and credit score to the 2 golf equipment for making it so.


Group 3

Gweedore United 3-2 Milford United

This recreation performed in excellent circumstances at Pobalscoil Gaoth Dobhair noticed Gweedore United acquire all three factors in a decent battle with Milford United. Gweedore began brightest and had been awarded a penalty within the sixth minute after a foul on Lilly Rodgers, Kaitlin Coyle stepped up and dispatched the penalty into the highest nook, Gweedore had one other couple alternatives to double their lead however the Milford keeper did properly on every occassion. Milford then started to play some good soccer and had been rewarded following a pleasant by way of ball which was properly completed previous the Gweedore keeper to depart the rating 1-1 at Half Time.

Milford began the second half properly and went 2-1 up within the forty eighth Minute after an important strike from the sting of the field into the highest nook of the web giving the gweedore keeper no likelihood. The match was evenly contested at this stage with each groups enjoying some good soccer however it was Gweedore who acquired the subsequent aim on 54 minutes when Brianna Ferry scored from 25 yards to make it 2-2 with quarter-hour to play. Gweedore then took the lead on 80mins after a scramble within the Milford penalty space, Ciara McFadden squared the ball to Lilly Rodgers who slotted previous the on-rushing Milford Keeper to place Gweedore 3-2 up in harm time. Milford then pushed for an equaliser however the Gweedore defence stood agency excellently marshalled by Eva Diver. A superb show of soccer from each side. Referee: Kyron Glennon

Mulroy Academy 1 – 0 Keadue Rovers

In excellent circumstances for a night of soccer it was Mulroy Academy u16 women who took all three factors on a intently contested match. Within the opening quarter-hour each groups had been settling into the sport with half probabilities at both finish of the pitch however with good work from Amy McAteer she handed a by way of ball to the oncoming run of Erin Carlin who managed to slide by the defender and set Úna Sweeney up with the one aim of the sport. Keadue discovered it tough to interrupt down the Mulroy defence with Kaycie Gallagher and Ava McGettigan offering strong protection to the again line.

The second half offered a lot leisure for the supporters with finish to finish soccer with Keadue urgent excessive and Mulroy’s quick breaks however neither staff discovered the again of the web.

Underneath 14

Group 1

Bonagee 4 – 1 Lagan Harps

After every week’s break the U14 Donegal Girls’s league was again. Lagan Harps made the brief journey as much as Dry Arch Park to face Bonagee United on a sunny Friday night. Each groups got here flying out of the gates however it was Bonagee who took the lead by way of Tara McDaid who met Ellen Temple’s cross on the again put up. Seven minutes later Tara McDaid popped up on the again put up once more to double Bonagee’s lead.

Not lengthy after half-time a Lagan kick out fell to Ellen Temple who made no mistake in entrance of aim. Bonagee continued to press however Cara Mcfadden and Clodagh Kavanagh stored the Lagan defence sturdy. Lagan by no means gave up with Amy Lateef and Sinead McLaughlin impressing for Lagan in midfield which was contested properly by Bonagee’s Isla Larkin and Ava Harkin all through the sport. Bonagee added a fourth by way of Ellen Temple halfway by way of the second half. Lagan continued to press the Bonagee defence with a protracted free kick into the field however the Bonagee defence of Lily Grace Harvey, Cari Callaghan McElwaine, Kayla Watson, Ella Doherty and Shannon Sibbald stood sturdy.

Late on within the recreation the Bonagee defence was overwhelmed when Sinead McLaughlin’s preliminary shot was blocked however she was the primary to react pulling one again for Lagan. The sport completed 4-1 to Bonagee however Lagan by no means stopped pushing all through the whole recreation.

Ballyraine 4 – 3 Letterkenny Rovers

This recreation definitely had all the things final night time, nice targets, unbelievable saves by each keepers Aine McDaid and Caitlin McBrearty and a nail biting end.

Savanna Keys opened the scoring after a by way of ball by Aisling McGinley on 15mins. A fast nook by Ballyraine noticed Finley Doherty levelled the sport on 29mins. Aisling McGinley went on a solo run and put rovers forward on stroke of half time.

Grace McGlynn degree the sport on 49mins. Rovers had been awarded a penalty after the Ballyraine defender stopped Aoibhlinn McLaughin’s header going into the web, sadly Rovers had been unable to capitalise on the penalty. Finley Doherty put Ballyraine forward on 55mins. Savanna Keys levelled the sport for Rovers on 60mins. Ballyraine had been awarded a penalty for hand ball simply within field with Grace McGlynn transformed.

Glorious efficiency from each groups with Aine McDaid and Aoife Kenna excelling for Ballyraine, and Caitlin McBreaty and Clara Peoples excelling for Rovers.

Donegal City U14 B1 – 3 Raphoe City

Nicely carried out to each groups on an important recreation of soccer. It was an evenly contested recreation, with nice shows of soccer and nice spirit confirmed by each side. Nonetheless, Raphoe received 3 1, with targets by Lily Rose Doherty, Eva Kelly, Brooke Johnston and Sophie Gillespie scored for Donegal City. Due to Raphoe City for an important recreation.


Group 2

Cappry Rovers 0 – 4 Finn Valley

In nice circumstances a really aggressive match was performed in Cappry Riverside Park on Friday night time. The guests Finn Valley began off the brightest and took a deserved two nil lead after solely 10 minutes with targets from Caoimhe Sleigh and Ella Udoku. Finn Valley Stored piling on the stress however the cappry defence and keeper stood agency. There have been little or no probabilities for cappry within the first half.

Within the second half each groups battled onerous and Finn Valley had just a few half probabilities to increase their lead however the cappry women as soon as once more stood agency on the again. With the sport going into the ultimate levels Finn Valley added two tremendous targets in the previous few minutes from Brooke Byrne, Objectives that Messi would have been happy with. Nicely carried out Finn valley who had Kyra Gavigan and Brooke Byrne as stand out gamers. Cappry battled properly with 5/6 u12 gamers stepping up for his or her first video games at u14 degree and so they battled bravely. Nicely carried out each groups on implausible commercial for girls soccer within the Twin Cities. Many because of Referee John Duffy who had a quiet night.


Group 3

Glenea 2 – 0 Gweedore Celtic

The away staff began properly with Síofra Campbell placing stress on Glenea’s again line however Aoife Meehan coated properly making just a few nice saves. Glenea went on the assault on quite a few events with Aine Mangan and Shauna Doohan working properly. Lucy Doohan got here shut quite a few occasions however Gweedore defended properly with Niamh Ferry and Elise McFadden placing in an important shift. The break got here ten minutes into the second half when Shauna’s strike flew into the highest nook. Not lengthy after that it was 2-0 to Glenea with Shauna working her magic once more. Molly Friel got here shut on the final minute of the sport however sadly the ball went an inch two excessive. Tremendous efficiency by all of the gamers tonight. Glenea’s finest on the night time had been Shauna and Lucy Doohan.


Group 4

Swilly Rovers 1 – 1 Glenree

Swilly Rovers FC U14 women took on Glenree Utd FC U14 at Swilly Park this night in pretty sunshine. An excellent crowd was handled to an evenly contested and finish to finish match. Each groups had probabilities nevertheless it was Swilly who capitalised first with a properly taken aim from Emma Naughton. Glenree to their credit score stored on preventing and deservedly acquired a aim again after making use of good stress in the midst of the park and profitable a nook. Swilly didn’t clear efficiently and Sophie Elliot took her likelihood. Glenree, with their tails up now, weathered up the stress and acquired their second as Sophie O’Neill was quickest to the ball from a kickout and didn’t scorn her alternative. Second half was againnevenly contested with Swilly seeing longer spells on the ball as they searched for his or her equaliser. Not all Swilly nevertheless as Glenree had shout for a penalty denied. Swilly stored at it and some by way of balls had been managed by the Glenree goalie and within the final minute an important effort from Ava Greer went narrowly large. To not be for Swilly this time with Glenree popping out on prime. Due to JJ and the Glenree crew for recreation and to Con McLaughlin for officiating.

Kilmacrennan 0 – 2 Mulroy Academy

This was a decent and at occasions tetchy match between the groups not helped by the similarity in jersey color between each groups. Mulroy took the lead on the thirty sixth minute when Cara Gibbons carrying quantity 13 pounced from a complicated ahead place. Kilmacrennan stored plugging away and had loads of possession however Mulroy had been extra environment friendly of their passing and their midfield smothered the Kilmac assault. Mulroy went 2 up when their quantity 5 Amy McAteer tucked away the aim from shut vary. Kilmacrennan will probably be dissatisfied with their show and Mulroy will probably be delighted that their tenacious efforts paid off and so they took dwelling the factors and stored a clear sheet.

Illistrin 2 – 2 Milford

Ria Hardiman opened the scoring for Milford on 6 minutes, adopted by Aoise Lenihan for Illistrin on 10 minutes. Ella Brennan put Illistrin in entrance at 16mins however Milford got here again to degree the sport with a aim from Leann Gordon on 56 minutes.

Donegal Girls’s League – this week’s fixtures and stories was final modified: April twenty ninth, 2024 by Employees Author