May 19, 2024

Listed below are all the outcomes and stories from one other week of Donegal League motion.

Wednesday 24th April 2024           

Glencar Inn Saturday Division One

Keadue Rovers Reserves 1 v 2 Oldtown Celtic

League Champions Oldtown Celtic continued their unbeaten run in Saturday Division One after overcoming a a lot modified Keadue Reserves line up at Central Park on a tremendous night for soccer.  They took the lead in direction of the tip of the primary half and went in a single up on the break. Keadue levelled issues with a header from Ethan Mc Caffrey nonetheless the away aspect have been the extra cohesive outfit all through and gained it close to the tip with a great strike and it completed 2 – 1 to Oldtown.  Referee: Seimi Ferry.

Saturday twenty seventh April

Glencar Inn Saturday Division One

Arranmore United 1 v 0 Kilmacrennan Celtic Reserves

Arranmore welcomed Kilmacrennan to Rannagh Park on an ideal day for enjoying soccer. A typical finish of season sport that might have ended 5-5 nevertheless it was the house aspect who claimed all three factors. On the midpoint of the primary half Glenn O’Donnell swung a nook into the field which Damian Weber met together with his head to make it 1-0. That aim turned out to be the winner and the one aim of the day. Crew performances from either side.  Referee: George Clinton

Glencar Celtic 4 v 2 Fintown Harps AFC

Glencar went forward by way of Pajo Rafferty however Fintown reacted nicely and ended up moving into at half time 2-1 up. Glencar acquired stage by way of Zack Breen earlier than Liam Doherty gave Glencar the lead after which Pajo Rafferty completed the sport off together with his second of the day

Glenea United Reserves  0 v 5 Kildrum Tigers Reserves

In tremendous circumstances, Glenea and Kildrum accomplished their league programmes. It was the extra skilled away aspect that began brightly and took the lead on 7 minutes when CJ Clarke transformed a penalty. Each side pushed for objectives nevertheless it was Kildrum who prolonged their lead on 35 minutes when Aaron Temple reacted quickest to a unfastened ball within the field and fired house from shut vary. Within the 2nd half Kildrum continued to press and have been rewarded on 50 minutes when Aaron O’ Donnell acquired free down the correct and his shot discovered the far nook. Kildrum acquired their 4th on 65 minutes when a by way of ball launched Aaron Temple and he slotted house. The house aspect continued to push for a manner again into the sport and went shut with efforts from Michael McHugh and Kevin Boyle. Kildrum accomplished the scoring on 80 minutes when Darren Mc Carron was on the tip of a cross to faucet house on the again publish. Crew efforts from either side. Referee: Sean Ferry.

Oldtown Celtic 6 v 0 Strand Rovers

(No Report Submitted)

St. Catherines Reserves 3  v 1 Keadue Rovers Reserves

(No Report Submitted)

Outdated Orchard Saturday Division Two                  

Ballybofey United Reserves 2 v 3 Cranford United Reserves

(No Report Submitted)

Copany Rovers 1 v 4 Milford United Reserves

(No Report Submitted)

Drumbar United 5 v 2 Ramelton Mariners

(No Report Submitted)

Dunlewey Celtic 1 v 3 Castlefin Celtic Reserves

Dunlewey Celtic welcomed Castlefin Celtic to Glentornan Park for the ultimate sport of the season. Each side have been within the hunt for factors with Dunlewey trying to keep within the hunt for a promotion spot and Castlefin trying to keep away from the relegation play-off spot. Castlefin began the sport nicely and pushed the hosts from the primary whistle. They created quite a few probabilities within the first 25 minutes and went forward with a nicely labored aim to place them one up. Castlefin held out nicely to guide 1-0 on the break. Dunlewey tried to get again into the sport within the second half however Castlefin performed nicely and have been nicely capable of cope with Dunlewey’s advances for the opening levels of the second half. Dunlewey managed to tug a aim again when Joseph Devenney teed up Chris Cannon who struck sweetly from the sting of the world and rating a fantastic strike making it 1-1 after 60 minutes. Dunlewey needing the win pushed on for a winner however have been stretched on the again and Castlefin struck nicely on the break and acquired two objectives within the final quarter-hour. Objectives for Castlefin from Reece Gallagher (2) and Tomás Gamble. Referee: Seimi Ferry

Swilly Rovers Reserves P v P Gweedore Celtic Reserves

(Match Postponed, No Report)

Voodoo Venue Cup

Drumoghill F.C Reserves 4 v 2 Bonagee United Reserves

Drumoghill overcame a robust Bonagee United group to advance to the semi-finals of the Voodoo Venue Cup because of a person of the match efficiency from Eunan Kelly. Kelly helped himself to a hat-trick which and was the distinction between the groups on the day. Drumoghill started nicely and opened the scoring from their first assault when Kelly discovered area to move house within the 1st minute. Twenty minutes later it was 2-0 when Kelly raced onto a James Sweeney by way of ball to hammer house and provides his aspect a snug lead on the break. The guests have been the extra dominant aspect within the second half and regarded for methods to get again into the sport however these hopes have been extinguished on 66 minutes when Kelly accomplished his hat-trick with a clear strike from the sting of the penalty space. Christy Smith accomplished the scoring for the reds earlier than Bonagee pulled two objectives again close to the tip however the reds can stay up for a semi-final within the subsequent few weeks.

Sunday 28th April 2024           

Temple Home Home equipment Division One

Kildrum Tigers  P v P Fanad United

(match Postponed, Re-Fastened for Wednesday 1st Could)

Premier Division / Division One Play-Off

Gweedore Celtic 4 v 0 Donegal City

(No Report Accessible)

Brian Mc Cormick Cup – Gweedore Space

Keadue Rovers 2 v 1 Glenea United

Keadue Rovers are the Gweedore Space champions of the Brian Mc Cormick Cup after this slender however deserved win over a great Gweedore aspect in an in depth sport at Central Park. Performed in perfect circumstances, with a really massive crowd, it was an excellent opening with neither aspect giving a lot away. On eight minutes, although from the primary assault of both aspect, a nook swung in by Matthew Comiskey was headed goalbound by Paul Yank Boyle, saved by the keeper however Martin Ferry was on the again publish to nod house for 1-0. Shortly afterwards, an harm to Keadue midfielder Michael Greene prompted a reshuffle and because of this, the away group turned stronger and pushed the hosts again, gaining some territory. Nevertheless, Keadue once more went shut with Aidan Brennan’s bicycle kick going shut. On the half hour, Keadue’s Matthew Comiskey had a shot that went simply large. The guests did elevate issues significantly within the final fifteen of the primary half, Darren Ferry had a shot simply large on thirty-seven minutes and he additionally had some snapshots from the sting of the world. Their arduous work was rewarded when, on forty-five minutes, the ball broke to Stephen Doyle Mc Fadden on the sting of the world and he whipped in a tremendous left footed equaliser to the highest nook. At the beginning of the second half, Gweedore United began the brighter however a tactical change by Keadue which introduced Maurice Mc Gee into midfield appeared to work the oracle and so they pushed Gweedore United again consistently. Chris Greene had a shot blocked on fifty minutes from a cross, then shortly after Peter Mc Gee regarded to have been introduced down within the space however no penalty was given. Keadue did take the lead when Peter McGee was available to make it 2-1 following a save from Aidan Brennan’s preliminary shot. Within the sixty ninth minute, Gweedore United got here very near levelling issues when their striker took the ball spherical Caelan Bonner however Paul Yank Boyle cleared off the road. Peter Mc Gee was proving troublesome to look at for Keadue and nearly nipped a 3rd ten minutes from the tip. Gweedore United stayed targeted and Ethan Harkin was very shut with a protracted vary free kick. Within the final 5 minutes, although, Keadue had a handful of probabilities, by way of Peter McGee, Ryan Connors and Aidan Brennan. They held out for the win. Greatest for Gweedore have been Stephen Doyle Mc Fadden, Ethan Harkin and Darren Ferry, whereas greatest for Keadue have been Aidan Brennan, Peter Mc Gee and Maurice Mc Gee. Referee: Mick Lagan.

Donegal League – all the outcomes & match stories was final modified: April twenty ninth, 2024 by Employees Author