July 23, 2024

The next are the Donegal League studies for the previous weekend.

Saturday 10th February 2024

Glencar Inn Saturday Division One

Arranmore United           1 v   Strand Rovers 6

Arranmore welcomed Strand Rovers to Rannagh Park on a vibrant sunny day. Strand Rovers have been forward with the primary assault of the sport. The ball discovered its technique to Cian Mc Gee who completed previous the house keeper. On 10 minutes an extended throw-in fell to Mc Gee who received his and Strand’s second aim. 5 minutes later Damian Weber received a aim again for Arranmore when he positioned the ball into the underside nook. Arranmore settled into the sport after this however a long-range strike from David Mc Carron meant the away aspect went in at half time 3-1 up. Shortly after the break Strand went 4-1 forward via Ryan Brennan after a defensive mistake. Cian Mc Gee tapped house his hat-trick after Michael Curran squared the ball to him from the right-hand aspect. New signing Aaron Ward accomplished the scoring for Strand Rovers who went again to Maghery with the three factors. Referee: John Duffy.

Cappry Rovers Reserves           1 v 2 Glenea United Reserves

(No Report Submitted)

Glencar Celtic           3 v 2 Kildrum Tigers Reserves

Glencar took 5 minutes to settle into the sport and begin enjoying their regular soccer and so they received in entrance when Liam Doherty didn’t hand over down the wing and handed it via to Pajo who then arrange Paddy Collins for a terrific end to make it 1-0. Glencar then made it 2-0 with extra nice soccer and this time it was completed off with Tarlach O’ Boyle. Into THE second half and Glencar got here flying out of the traps and made it 3-0 when Jack Dwyer rounded the keeper. Kildrum received one again once they labored the ball nicely down the left aspect and performed a cross into the field to be slotted in on the again submit by Connor Friel. Kildrum put the stress on and received it again to 3-2 when Dominick Keys scored. Kildrum saved the stress on however couldn’t full the comeback and Glencar held on ultimately to win 3-2 

Oldtown Celtic           6 v 0 Donegal City Reserves

Oldtown ran out comfy winners on a advantageous day for soccer at Letterkenny Group Centre. Donegal City began the sport with optimistic intent and managed the early possession however they have been unable to seek out the breakthrough. Oldtown took the lead when Mickey Hawe headed house a Micheal Doherty nook. Kevin McGrath added a second from the penalty spot and added his second and Oldtown’s third with a neat end following a pleasant passing transfer between Tommy Mc Laughlin and Micheal Doherty. 3 – 0 on the break.  McGrath accomplished his hat-trick when he turned house the rebound after Mc Laughlin’s preliminary shot was saved by the Donegal City keeper Kenny. Oldtown added a fifth when Mc Grath fired house from the sting of the realm after good work from Lennon Kisawa and Drew Connolly. Mc Grath added the ultimate aim of the sport when he fired house from 12 yards after Mc Laughlin’s shot was blocked and fell properly to him.

Referee: Patrick Martin

St. Catherines Reserves           1 v 3 Fintown Harps AFC

Fintown Harps received the higher of St Catherines in a hard-fought contest in Emerald Park. The guests went in entrance on 20 minutes when Aaron Mc Glynn latched on to a via ball to shoot house from 10 yards. The house aspect responded ten minutes later when Barry Cannon scored from 20 yards after being arrange by Dermot Cunningham. Fintown responded rapidly and each Aaron Mc Glynn and Shane Mc Devitt had efforts heading in the right direction simply earlier than half time. St Catherines made a robust begin to the second half  with each Daniel Meehan and Jamie Elliott going shut. On the hour mark James Lett hit the bar with a advantageous shot and from the resultant breakaway substitute Joe Smith completed off a advantageous transfer to place Fintown forward once more. The house aspect piled on the stress with Daniel Meehan heading in opposition to the bar and Caolan Beirne hitting the submit with a free kick. That was nearly as good because it received for the Saints and Fintown made positive of the factors when Logan Quinn scored from the penalty spot with three minutes to go. Finest for St Catherines have been Aaron Byrne and Daniel Meehan and for Fintown Aaron Mc Glynn, Peter Mc Glynn and Leo Mc Loone have been finest. Referee: John Mc Glanaghey.

Keadue Rovers Reserves           4 v 2 Kilmacrennan Celtic Reserves

Keadue Reserves maintained their good run of type with this somewhat lucky win on Saturday. In excellent circumstances, Kilmacrennan had the higher of the opening twenty minutes with Keadue gamers enjoying into vibrant sunshine. The guests had a terrific probability on fifteen minutes however Aaron Mc Cafferty in targets produced a superb save. After twenty minutes Keadue got here extra into it creating just a few openings. On half-hour the house aspect went shut when Daire Gallagher’s shot was saved after a via ball from Matthew Comiskey. They did take the lead on thirty-seven minutes when Liam Boyle labored a superb ball via to Oran Fallon who drilled house proper footed for 1 – 0. It stayed that method till half time. Within the opening a part of the second half it was nonetheless very scrappy and somewhat bit niggly with just a few bookings. Kilmacrennan levelled on 55 minutes when Oisin Harkin discovered himself in house and unleashed an excellent volley from lengthy distance. Again got here Keadue as the sport opened up and a few advantageous footwork by Oisin Mc Kelvey laid off the ball to Daire Gallagher who rifled house for two – 1. Again got here Kilmacrennan three minutes later, on sixty-five minutes when a penalty was awarded for a foul within the field and up stepped Oisin Harkin to fireplace house. The drama didn’t finish there and simply two minutes later Oisin Mc Kelvey was fouled and up went Oran Fallon to take the penalty, dispatching for a 3 – 2 lead. After that Keadue remained stable defensively regardless of Kilmacrennan forcing a number of corners. Nonetheless, within the closing jiffy, Keadue made positive of the factors as Aaron Neely nipped in on the again submit to steer house a free kick.

In all, an entertaining encounter and Kilmacrennan can contemplate themselves unfortunate to not have taken one thing, whereas for Keadue, a fifth straight win for a really assured squad, who now play within the Ulster Protect quarter closing subsequent weekend. Finest for Kilmacrennan have been Oisin Harkin, Mark Gallagher and Steve McDaid whereas finest for Keadue have been Oran Fallon, Oisin Mc Kelvey, Pauric Neely & Aaron Mc Cafferty.

Referee: Vincent McLaughlin.

Previous Orchard Saturday Division Two

Castlefin Celtic Reserves           2 v 3 Drumoghill F.C. Reserves

Drumoghill secured all three factors after an entertaining recreation in Castlefin. Drumoghill raced right into a three-goal lead within the early levels of the sport. A Eunan Kelly penalty together with strikes from Micky Melaugh and Karol Mc Ginley gave the guests a commanding lead. Within the second half, the hosts got here out preventing, creating quite a few probabilities. A Robert Patterson header and a Sean Kennedy tap-in gave Castlefin a preventing probability nevertheless it proved too little too late.

Copany Rovers Reserves           0 v 0 Drumbar United

(No Report Submitted)

Gweedore Celtic Reserves           2 v 5 Ramelton Mariners

(No Report Submitted)

Milford United Reserves           1 v 3 Ballybofey United Reserves

(No Report Submitted)

Finn Journey Saturday Division Three

Drumkeen United Reserves           2 v 2 Fanad United Reserves

Drumkeen took the lead on this recreation after quarter-hour when an Emmet O’ Boyle shot was deflected into his personal internet by a Fanad defender. Drumkeen had the very best of the primary half and created a number of probabilities however couldn’t add to their aim tally and went in on the break with the one-goal lead. Fanad started the second half nicely and after a little bit of sustained stress they received their reward when Dylan Mc Bride received them again on stage phrases on the hour mark. Drumkeen then received themselves again into the sport and took the lead once more. Captain Ryan Gallagher’s throw in Discovered Emmet O’Boyle and he beat his man and fired house with a terrific effort from 20 Yards. Fanad went in quest of an equaliser and Drumkeen discovered themselves underneath stress for a big a part of the second half.  Sadly for the house staff Fanad received again on stage phrases when Daibhid Lynch received the equaliser with ten minutes left. The house staff might have feared the worst at that stage as Fanad went in quest of a winner however Drumkeen defended nicely and nonetheless tried to get a winner themselves. As the ultimate minutes ticked on each groups have been hoping for another assault to possibly get a winner however Referee Marty Mc Garrigle blew the ultimate whistle and each groups needed to accept a share of the spoils.

Gweedore United Reserves           0 v 6 Letterkenny Rovers Reserves 

Gweedore United Reserves welcomed Letterkenny Rovers Reserves to the Gweedore Pobalscoil

floor. It was the guests who made a promising begin when the Gweedore United keeper Cian

Gallagher was pressured to make two good saves from Darragh Morrison and Jordan Nugent. Within the

tenth minute, Letterkenny Rovers have been awarded a penalty which Conor O’Donnell duly dispatched.

Letterkenny Rovers doubled their lead within the fifteenth minute, Oran Winston fired a shot from simply

outdoors the Gweedore United field which nestled within the backside left hand nook. Gweedore United

tried to discover a method again into the sport when Josh Wade drew a save from James Mc Glinchey from

outdoors the field within the thirtieth minute. Within the forty ninth minute Danny Corridor squared the ball to Jonathan Robb who made it 0-3 with a faucet in. Gweedore United tried to power their method again into the sport when Ronan

O’Donnell fired simply over from outdoors the field within the fifty fifth minute. Letterkenny Rovers made it 0-4 in

the 62nd minute when Jonathan Robb scored from a decent angle. Henry Welle’s completely positioned cross

discovered Kealan Dunleavy within the 67th minute and he scored with a header to make it 0-5 for the guests.

Gweedore United had one other alternative to cut back the deficit within the seventy fifth minute when wonderful

work by Caoimhin Lynch down the left- hand aspect discovered Steven Mc Fadden whose shot took a

deflection off a Letterkenny Rovers defender and went out for a nook. Within the 88th minute Jordan

Nugent dribbled previous a few Gweedore United gamers down the left hand-side and fired from a

tight angle to make it 0-6 for the guests. Within the ninetieth minute Gweedore United had one final

alternative to discover a comfort aim when Teagan Coyle discovered himself one on one with Josh

Wade however he was judged to be offside. There have been excellent performances by Cian Gallagher,

Peadar O’ Baoill and Oran Ferry on the Gweedore United staff. Letterkenny Rovers had some

wonderful performances from Jordan Nugent, Conor O’Donnell and Jonathan Robb.

Referee: Mick Lagan

Bonagee United Reserves           2 v 4 Lagan Harps Reserves

Bonagee United Reserves hosted close to neighbours Lagan Harps Reserves at Dry Arch Park within the Finn Journey Saturday Division Three on Friday night time. The climate was dry and bitterly chilly. Each golf equipment fielded very younger sides, which was good to see, and it proved nice studying for these younger cubs, significantly the house aspect who have been barely off the tempo and somewhat bit naïve of their play. Bonagee had a terrific probability 5 minutes in when Ronan Buchanan discovered himself in entrance of the Lagan Goalkeeper however the shot was simply saved. Within the seventh minute, Lagan’s Quantity 8 ought to have transformed however failed to take action. Faolan Gibson scored for the house aspect within the tenth minute to take the lead, nevertheless it appeared to energise the visiting aspect and so they have been now enjoying the higher soccer. Lagan themselves had a superb shout for a penalty within the 15th minute however the referee was having none of it. Lagan Harps then levelled the sport within the twenty fifth minute when Cormac Crossan discovered the online. Bonagee ought to have taken the lead once more within the thirty fifth minute however missed a sitter. Lagan had one other penalty shout earlier than halftime however once more it was dominated out by the referee. Lagan began the second half with way more intent and received their simply reward within the 51st minute when Ross Hamlyn put them in entrance. Ross received a hat-trick within the recreation, two from open play and one from the penalty spot. Bonagee received a penalty of their very own which Mark Toland transformed. Bonagee had just a few probabilities on the opposition aim all through, however Lagan have been only a higher staff on the night time and deserved their win. Calum Crampsie, the Bonagee Goalkeeper was the busier of the 2 keepers within the recreation and he made a few good saves all through which most likely saved Bonagee inside a considerably cheap touching distance.

Referee: Barry Hunter.

Sunday 11th February 2024

Brian Mc Cormick Sports activities Premier Division

Kilmacrennan Celtic           3 v 0 Gweedore Celtic 

Kilmacrennan ran out comfy winners ultimately with a superb 3-0 victory at Letterkenny Group Centre on Saturday night. Kilmacrennan took lead on 40 minutes when Chris Flanagan headed house from Caolan Curran cross from the fitting. Within the forty sixth minute Paul Bradley made it 2-0 when he received on the top of a terrific cross from James Doherty. On 70 minutes Chris Flanagan received his second after nice work from Conor Black and Paul Johnson. Gweedore Celtic had few nice probabilities in final twenty minutes however didn’t convert and the Kilmacrennan defence saved a clear sheet. Finest for Kilmacrennan Chris Flanagan and Conor Black. Workforce effort Gweedore Celtic. Referee: Dessie Mc Laughlin.

                                                                                                                                                                                           Fanad United           2 v 0 St. Catherines

Fanad United gave their possibilities of again to again Donegal League Premier Division titles an enormous increase as they overcame League leaders St Catherine’s 2-0 at Traigh-a-Loch on Sunday.  Performed in entrance of a big crowd it was a extremely entertaining recreation from begin to end with either side enjoying good soccer with out creating too many clear probabilities.  Fanad had the first half-chance within the fifth minute when Darren Mc Elwaine’s effort from outdoors the field was saved by the St Catherine’s keeper together with his ft, and when the ball broke Fanad have been unable to capitalise. It was finish to finish stuff all through with each defences enjoying nicely. Fanad then took the lead within the thirty seventh minute. Peter Carr achieved brilliantly down the fitting and when his lay again fell to Darren Mc Elwaine on the sting of the field his shot discovered the underside nook through a slight deflection.  Fanad missed a superb probability to increase their lead within the opening minute of the 2nd half when Keelin Mc Elwaine managed the ball within the field however he was unable to maintain his shot down. Fanad then received their second on the hour mark. Oisin Langan hit a deep free kick to the again submit and when Paddy Carr headed the ball again, Eddie O’Reilly was available to complete from shut vary. St Catherine’s have been nonetheless nicely within the recreation and on 70 minutes Darragh Murrin achieved nicely to seek out house within the field however his shot was saved by Mark Mc Conigley. Fanad the missed a gilt-edged probability to get a third when Oisin Langan headed vast from a nook on the close to submit. With 5 minutes to go St Catherine’s sub Evan Broderick broke down the fitting however Mark Mc Conigley was fast off his line to smother his shot. The win strikes Fanad two factors clear on the high with 5 video games remaining whereas St Catherine’s have three video games left to play. Referee: Patrick Martin

Keadue Rovers           3 v 1 Milford United

Keadue Rovers received again to profitable methods after an extended layoff with their first recreation in 5 weeks, defeating a dogged Milford aspect at Central Park on Sunday. Performed in difficult, blustery circumstances, it was a fairly scrappy opening fifteen minutes, with Milford most likely edging the play and forcing Keadue again. There was no quarter requested or given and it was, at instances a bodily encounter. It was virtually the half hour earlier than play actually received flowing with Brendan Mc Cafferty with the primary actual probability when his cross got here off the underside of the crossbar. Two minutes later although Keadue have been forward when some good footwork from Peter McGee led to him smashing house a top-class effort from the sting of the realm to the nook of the online. Regardless of the lead, play remained scrappy with the house aspect content material with a 1-0 lead on the break. The second half started in a extra open vogue and the depth upped from either side. Keadue have been extra direct and compelled Caolan Mc Gettigan into just a few saves. On the hour mark, a fast transfer and shot by Barry Curran was blocked by Mc Gettigan however up stepped Chris Greene to poke house on the road for 2-0. Nonetheless, the two-goal lead was quick lived and from a Killian Mc Bride effort, which deceived the Keadue keeper, it was 2 – 1 inside three minutes. With the assistance of some subs and positional adjustments, Keadue regained a two-goal lead when Aidan Brennan was alert to a ball excessive and managed to carry off the defender earlier than blasting house for 3 – 1 on seventy minutes. From there to the end, Keadue had many of the possession and saved Milford pinned in with additional probabilities falling to Brennan and Paul Yank Boyle, who was denied by Caolan Mc Gettigan. Total, a superb win for Keadue however credit score to Milford for a battling efficiency. Finest for Milford have been Lorcan Friel, Shane Black and Caolan Mc Gettigan, whereas finest for Keadue have been Brendan Mc Cafferty, Chris Greene and Peter McGee. Referee: Gerald Devine.

Kildrum Tigers           2 v 1 Castlefin Celtic

(No Report Submitted)

Rathmullan Celtic           2 v 1 Swilly Rovers

At The Flagpole Subject the massive crowd was served up the form of full-blooded, pretty contested derby that the late, nice Terry Leyden beloved so nicely. Each groups stormed out of the blocks with early probability exchanges however Swilly made it depend on seven minutes when an Ian Ward cross was met on the entrance submit by Kyle Black who looped his header over the helpless Shay Mc Bride.  The rating remained the identical till half time however a unique Rathmullan aspect entered the sector for the second half. The introduction of David Edwards and Charlie Mc Ateer injected drive and tempo that rattled the previously stalwart Swilly defence.

This stress instructed on 49 minutes when Cathal Devlin dealt with the ball within the space with the resultant penalty dispatched by Man of the Match Kevin Doran. Kevin repeated the trick on 56 minutes when one other surging run by David Edwards was unceremoniously blocked by Brad Patterson. The match petered out with the evergreen Dara Patton directing site visitors within the dying minutes to make sure all three factors remained on the seaside.

Temple Home Home equipment Division One

Bonagee United           5 v 0 Lagan Harps 

The house aspect virtually took the lead on two minutes when a Jordan Armstrong nook was headed goalwards by Aiden Mc Laughlin however a defender cleared it off the road. Mc Laughing noticed his strike from ten yards come off the defender and over the bar on 13 minutes and from the nook kick the ball fell to him and he hammered house from six yards. The second aim got here on nineteen minutes when a terrific go from Michael Funston discovered Mc Laughing simply contained in the field and he laid the ball off to Ricky Guntrip who fired house from fifteen yards. The customer’s first assault on aim got here on twenty-six minutes when the ball fell to Anthony Gallagher on the sting of the field and his strike on aim went simply vast of the submit. It ought to have been three on thirty-three minutes when Mc Laughlin headed the ball all the way down to Dean Larkin contained in the field however he shot over the bar from ten yards. Jordan Armstrong noticed his shot from twenty yards nicely saved by Toner within the Lagan internet on thirty-eight minutes. The guests have been at all times a risk on the break and a strike from Ciaran Quinn from the sting of the field on forty-two minutes went simply vast of the submit. Michael Funston noticed his strike on aim on forty-seven minutes cleared off the road. The guests got here near scoring on sixty-five minutes when Ciaran Quinn headed over from six yards. The house staff have been awarded a free kick simply outdoors the field and substitute Fintan Hassan, together with his first contact of the sport, hammered the ball previous the wall and into the underside nook of the online on sixty-five minutes. The fourth aim got here ten minutes later when Mark Toland robbed the ball off the defender and broke clear and positioned the ball previous the goalkeeper from the sting of the field. The fifth aim was a terrific strike from Fintan Hassan from fifteen yards on eighty-six minutes. Workforce effort from either side. Referee: Shaunie Houston.

                                                                                                                                                                                    Convoy Arsenal           0 v 3 Cappry Rovers

(No Report Submitted)

Donegal City           2 v 0 Glenea United

Performed within the Hospital Subject, there was little or no between the edges in a cagey first half. John Doc got here to City’s rescue when he cleared a sure aim off the road whereas Sean Coll made a point-blank clearance from a sure David Graham goalbound effort. Joe Coll saved one other Graham certainty leaving it 0-0 at half-time. Second half city took management and Decy Duignan completed expertly to go away it 1-0 to the house aspect. The identical participant was put although by Glen Harron and his goal-bound shot was become the Glenea internet. Joe Coll made a number of advantageous saves for Glenea.  Two staff performances with Ronan Mc Hugh and John Doc excellent for City and Joe Coll to the fore for Glenea. Referee:’ John Mc Glanaghey.

Letterbarrow Celtic           1 v 1 Cranford United

Each groups began robust seeking to finish the season on a excessive.  Cranford caught the house aspect slacking from a free kick and took the lead going into half time.  Letterbarrow began the second half a lot stronger and scored a nicely labored aim after Eoin Mc Hugh completed off a rebound that deflected off the bar from Mc Brearty’s effort.  The just about took the lead when James Mc Groary’s free kick struck the bar however have been blissful to take a degree after Cranford failed to attain from two late penalties. 

Donegal Physiotherapy and Efficiency Centre Division Two

Curragh Athletic           2 v 2 Raphoe City

This was a really entertaining recreation performed in attempting circumstances at instances whereas there have been probabilities at each ends. Curragh broke the impasse on half-hour when a throw-in was flicked on to John Chambers to tuck away on the again submit. The lead lasted ten minutes when Raphoe linked nicely down the fitting for Ryan Kildea to fit house.  1-1 at half time. The second half began the identical as the primary with loads of alternatives. Curragh retook the lead on 70 minutes with a break down the fitting, the cross made it’s technique to the again submit for Yahye to chop again inside and end off the submit. Raphoe pressed and received the equaliser on 85 minutes when a shot from Jay Hamilton took a depraved deflection and looped over the Curragh keeper for   2-2. Curragh pushed for a winner with the Raphoe keeper pulling of two nice saves to maintain it stage.

Workforce effort from each groups. Referee: Seamus mc Groary

Deele Harps           1 v 5 Kerrykeel ’71 F.C. 

Deele surrendered their unbeaten run at Marty Duffy Park to a nicely drilled Kerrykeel aspect. Kerrykeel took the lead on 7 minutes when Johnny Friel headed house from a nook. The away aspect prolonged their lead on 28 minutes, once more from a nook. The sport was over as a contest on 43 minutes when Kevin Loughrey poked house from shut vary following but extra hesitant defending by Deele following a nook. Deele pulled a aim on 50 minutes when the returning Scott Macbeth powered house a header from a Mannox Roberts nook. However any hopes of a Deele comeback have been extinguished on 65 minutes when Kevin Loughrey grabbed his second aim. Kerrykeel wrapped up a advantageous efficiency on 82 minutes when he punished but extra schoolboy defending from Deele. Kevin Loughrey impressed for the away aspect with the one optimistic for Deele was the return of younger Scott Macbeth following worldwide obligation with Cricket Eire. Referee: Damien Mc Fadden

Drumoghill F.C.           5 v 1 Drumkeen United

Drumoghill secured a deserved victory in opposition to an under-strength Drumkeen United to take care of their promotion hopes. Two targets every from Karlos Rodgers and Dylan Mc Elhinney, both aspect of a Liam O’Donnell strike have been the distinction on the day earlier than former Drumoghill defender Benny Bonner pulled one again for the guests. Drumoghill began the stronger and opted to play with the weather of their favour in the course of the opening half. They dominated the opening 20 minutes however had nothing to point out for it with Jack Patton denying them with a number of terrific saves throughout a frantic opening. Drumoghill although finally broke the impasse on 22 minutes when Karlos Rodgers completed nicely after being arrange by Gareth Hamilton. Shortly afterwards it was 2-0 and once more it was Rodgers, this time ending nicely from a slender angle after evading the challenges of Shane Laverty and Johnny Black. Liam O’Donnell added one other simply earlier than half time to provide his aspect a wholesome 3-0 benefit on the interval. The guests began the second half understanding that one aim may unsettle the Reds and cast a number of spirited assaults via Rory Craig and Caolan Bonner, however Rory Mc Crossan and Dylan Mc Elhinney have been proving to be obstacles that have been too powerful to interrupt down. In reality, it was Mc Elhinney who would quickly put the sport past any doubt when he tapped house on 51 minutes to make it 4-0. He repeated the trick moments later when a nook fell conveniently and he made no mistake from 5 yards to hammer into the online. From then on it was a case of keep-ball for Drumoghill as they noticed the sport out. Nonetheless, it was to be the guests that may declare the very best aim of the day when Benny Bonner produced an excellent dipping effort from absolutely 35 yards past the attain of Lockhart. It was not more than a comfort nonetheless and Drumoghill ran out comfy winners.

Lifford Celtic           9 v 3 Dunkineely Celtic

Lifford’s final house recreation began slowly at Greenbrae Park with the guests gifted an early aim however Vlad Steblin from a nook levelled issues up for Lifford. Lifford then took the lead via Shay Lindsay however once more a lapse within the Lifford ranks allowed Dunkineely one other aim. Lifford now stepped up via the gears and managed to get a 6-2 lead at half time via targets from Conor Carlin, Sean Ferry and a couple of extra from Shay Lindsay to finish his hat-trick. The second half was a really scrappy affair with the pitch circumstances poor however credit score to Lifford who saved plugging away and continued to attain with additional targets from Ferry. Dunkineely did get a third aim however the recreation completed 9-3 to the hosts. 

Whitestrand United           0 v 1 Ballybofey United

Whitestrand took on the undefeated Ballybofey United within the Donegal Physiotherapy Division Two on Sunday at Mc Garvey Park. The match began with Ballybofey doing a lot of the early operating which was to be anticipated given their league place. Whitestrand have been harmful on the counter however Ballybofey discovered the breakthrough within the twenty fifth minute once they headed in a nook. After this, somewhat than Ballybofey pushing for a second Whitestrand started discovering their ft within the recreation and the sport went in at half-time 1-0. The second half began the way in which the primary completed with Whitestrand making a lot of the operating however developing in opposition to a really nicely marshalled Ballybofey defence. Neither staff made many clear-cut probabilities and the sport went the way in which of the guests. There have been some good performances from the house aspect with Kevin Mc Carry and Paddy Sheridan performing some nice defensive work.

FAI Junior Protect

Clonmel Celtic           2 v 1 Letterkenny Rovers

(No Report Out there)

Saturday 10th February 2024

Glencar Inn Saturday Division One

Arranmore United           1 v 6 Strand Rovers

Cappry Rovers Reserves           1 v 2 Glenea United Reserves

Glencar Celtic           3 v 2 Kildrum Tigers Reserves

Oldtown Celtic           6 v 0 Donegal City Reserves

St. Catherines Reserves           1 v 3 Fintown Harps AFC

Keadue Rovers Reserves           4 v 2 Kilmacrennan Celtic Reserves

Previous Orchard Saturday Division Two

Castlefin Celtic Reserves           2 v 3 Drumoghill F.C. Reserves

Copany Rovers Reserves           0 v 0 Drumbar United

Gweedore Celtic Reserves           2 v 5 Ramelton Mariners

Milford United Reserves           1 v 3 Ballybofey United Reserves

Finn Journey Saturday Division Three

Drumkeen United Reserves           2 v 2 Fanad United Reserves

Gweedore United Reserves           0 v 6 Letterkenny Rovers Reserves

Bonagee United Reserves           2 v 4 Lagan Harps Reserves

Sunday 11th February 2024

Brian Mc Cormick Sports activities Premier Division

Kilmacrennan Celtic           3 v 0 Gweedore Celtic                                                                                                                                                                                             Fanad United           2 v 0 St. Catherines

Keadue Rovers           3 v 1 Milford United

Kildrum Tigers           2 v 1 Castlefin Celtic

Rathmullan Celtic           2 v 1 Swilly Rovers

Temple Home Home equipment Division One

Bonagee United           5 v 0 Lagan Harps                                                                                                                                                                        Convoy Arsenal           0 v 3 Cappry Rovers

Donegal City           2 v 0 Glenea United

Letterbarrow Celtic           1 v 1 Cranford United

Donegal Physiotherapy and Efficiency Centre Division Two

Curragh Athletic           2 v 2 Raphoe City

Deele Harps           1 v 5 Kerrykeel ’71 F.C. 

Drumoghill F.C.           5 v 1 Drumkeen United

Lifford Celtic           9 v 3 Dunkineely Celtic

Whitestrand United           0 v 1 Ballybofey United

FAI Junior Protect

Clonmel Celtic           2 v 1 Letterkenny Rovers

Fixtures

Donegal League: All of the studies, outcomes and fixtures was final modified: February eleventh, 2024 by Employees Author