Listed below are the entire outcomes and match experiences from one other busy weekend of Donegal League motion.
Friday seventeenth November 2023
Temple Home Home equipment Division One
Bonagee United 1 v 4 Letterkenny Rovers
Letterkenny Rovers picked up one other three factors so as to add to their spectacular tally after a 4-1 win away in opposition to Bonagee United. Objectives from Adrian Delap, Lee Mc Monagle and Conor Tourish had Rovers in management earlier than half-time whereas it was Dean Larkin who would get on the scoresheet for Bonagee halfway by way of the second-half. Tourish would discover the online a second time late on with a brilliant strike from simply contained in the field. Letterkenny Rovers began quick on this encounter and snatched an early lead inside 5 minutes. Adrian Delap would make the most of a again cross meant for John Carr and he would make his well beyond the shot stopper earlier than operating into an empty internet. Former Bonagee United man Lee Mc Monagle would make it two-nil to the guests with 20 minutes gone, ending from shut vary after a nicely labored set-piece that was headed into his path by Nathan Plumb. Dean Mc Carry would have an effort cleared off the road by Michael Funston however not lengthy after Rovers had their third as Conor Tourish completed from shut vary following a nook from Gareth Doherty. Aidan Mc Laughlin would have a sure objective denied by Mc Carry shortly earlier than the interval whereas Dean Larkin would additionally see a pop at objective clawed away by Mark Anthony Mc Ginley on the cusp of half-time. Larkin was once more denied by Mc Ginley shortly earlier than the hour however it might be third time fortunate for the ahead as he was alert to prod house after his teammate Aaron Wasson had a shot parried. Within the remaining moments of the sport, Tourish scored a spectacular volley from contained in the field, together with his acrobatic effort holding an excessive amount of tempo for John Carr to cease.
Saturday 18th November 2023
Previous Orchard Saturday Division Two
Castlefin Celtic Reserves 1 v 0 Cranford United Reserves
A strong effort mid-way by way of the second half from inform attacker Tomas Gamble was sufficient for Castlefin to assert all three factors in opposition to Cranford in a lacklustre affair. Reece Gallagher had quite a few probabilities all through the match however couldn’t discover his well beyond the Cranford keeper who made quite a few good saves.
Drumoghill F.C. Reserves 1 v 3 Drumbar United
Drumbar deservedly received this recreation on a moist and windy day at The Moss. Within the first minute Christy Smith scored for Drumoghill from 35 yards out, an early contender for objective of the season. Drumbar’s equaliser got here by way of a mixture up within the house defence they usually scored a second shortly earlier than half time after a sloppy cross into midfield was intercepted and the striker made no mistake. The second half was a lot the identical as the primary with Drumbar not likely beneath any stress they usually comfortably ran out 3-1 winners in the long run.
Gweedore Celtic Reserves 2 v 0 Copany Rovers
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Finn Journey Saturday Division Three
Erne Wanderers Reserves 9 v 0 Drumkeen United Reserves
A giant win for Erne in opposition to a younger Drumkeen facet. Drumkeen battled onerous all through and had been unfortunate on a few events to not rating. Erne dominated everywhere in the pitch with nice performances from Dylan Gallagher and JC Mc Garrigle. Scorers for Erne had been Philip Patton x2, Dylan Gallagher, Jakub Naperski, Diarmuid Spratt, Gearoid Gallagher and man of the match Adam Mc Glone who scored 3.
Gweedore United Reserves 1 v 2 Lagan Harps
Gweedore United Reserves welcomed Lagan Harps to the Gweedore Pobascoil on a blustery Saturday afternoon. The guests nearly received off to the proper begin after 2 minutes once they had been awarded a free kick. Ross Hamilton’s effort got here off the put up and Damien Mc Fadden thought he had scored from 6 yards out, nonetheless this was dominated offside. The guests had began very nicely and on 6 minutes Harps had one other effort from Connor Crossan from exterior the field which simply went vast. Within the 14th minute Brian Ferry made a very good save together with his foot when Callum Lynch discovered area within the Gweedore United field.
The guests had the wind of their favour in the course of the first half and a nook from Ross Hamilton on quarter-hour triggered carnage within the Gweedore field. Brian McFadden may solely parry and Damien Mc Fadden discovered himself free to faucet in from just a few yards out. On 22 minutes a speculative ball performed in by Seamy Collen triggered some confusion which resulted within the ball getting caught on the mud. Eamonn Cannon was the quickest to react and slotted previous Brian Mc Fadden at his right-hand put up. Within the twenty fifth minute Stephen Mulhern for Gweedore United noticed his shot simply drift over the Harp’s objective. Gweedore nearly pulled one again within the twenty eighth minute when Darren Ferry performed in Stephen Mulhern who discovered himself respiration down on Kai Brown’s objective. Stephen Mulhern handle to slide the ball previous Kai Brown however wonderful defending from Liam Kenny and Alex Ramsey saved the rating at 0-2. Then on twenty ninth minutes Lagan Harps thought they made it 0-3. Ross Hamilton discovered himself in on the Gweedore United objective and he fired previous Brian McFadden however this was dominated offside. The second half noticed the house facet have the wind of their favour. Within the 51st Minute Gweedore United received a nook and from Mark Doyle- McFadden’s nook Ownie Gallagher climbed the very best to nod a strong header previous Kai Brown. Within the sixty fourth minute Callum Lynch of Harps compelled a save from Brian Mc Fadden from a decent angle. James Mc Glinchey had an effort for Gweedore United that simply went vast. Gweedore started to achieve momentum and on 71 minutes Sean Cundy nearly scored from over 40 yards out however Kai Brown handle to get a hand on it to push it over for a nook. Gweedore United went trying to find an equaliser however simply couldn’t discover it. Within the 89th minute Seighean O’ Baoil compelled a save from Kai Brown at a decent angle. Ownie Gallagher had an incredible recreation for Gweedore and Damien Mc Fadden for Harps.
Ulster Junior Defend
Dunlewey Celtic 2 v 2 Lagan Harps
Lagan Harps began the brighter of the 2 sides on this one and went forward after 13 minutes when Dylan Duggan struck a candy free kick. Dunlewey started to develop extra into the sport and commenced to string passes collectively in the course of the park and pulled the scores again degree when Brian Sweeney’s shot from exterior the world squeezed beneath the Lagan keeper with the situations in all probability enjoying a component with the ball skimming off the floor. A few half probabilities for the house facet after this, however the sides went in all sq. on the break. Dunlewey got here out robust for the second half and commenced to create extra probabilities, with the Lagan keeper Callum Crampsie pulling off a wonderful save from a Dunlewey effort 20 minutes into the second half. Lagan had their very own alternatives to return forward however Dunlewey’s defence held robust and their very own keeper, Daniel Roarty pulled off an incredible save from a shot destined for the again of the online. Neither facet may capitalise on their probabilities within the second half and this one was heading for further time. 1-1 the rating after 90 minutes. With the moist situations the legs started to get heavy and a few modifications beckoned for either side. The primary half of additional time introduced a few probabilities however neither facet took benefit of them. The second half of additional time began with Dunlewey pushing for a winner. Lorcan Gallagher approaching for the house facet triggered bother within the Lagan penalty field and managed to sq. the ball to Joseph Devenney who tapped house to place Dunlewey 2-1 up with 5 minutes to play. Lagan didn’t let this have an effect on them they usually went searching for an equaliser and it was Dylan Duggan once more who popped up with one minute to play to power the sport to go to penalties. Lagan got here out on prime within the shootout, successful 4-2 with Dunlewey lacking two of their spot kicks. Josh Hay, Glen Gallagher, Cody Brogan and Dylan Duggan netted their spot kicks to ship the guests by way of to the subsequent spherical of the Ulster Defend after a hard-fought contest.
Fintown Harps AFC 9 v 1 Cockhill Celtic
A 25-yard strike from Roper set Fintown on their option to a complete victory at Pairc Achla on Saturday afternoon. On 17 minutes that lead was doubled when Keelan Mc Monagle scored. With 22 minutes on the clock John Molloy added the third. Karl O’ Brien handled something Cockhill needed to provide. A penalty noticed the house facet prolong their result in 4 earlier than Dermott Galliger made it six with a tremendous strike from exterior the field. Three extra second half targets noticed Fintown run out comfy winners on the day.
Oldtown Celtic 8 v 1 Ballybofey United Reserves
Oldtown ran out comfy winners in the long run in opposition to a youthful Ballybofey facet. The first probability of the sport fell to Ballybofey however Oldtown Keeper Michael Gibson pulled of a unbelievable save to maintain the impasse. Oldtown did take the lead when Ciaran Gibson headed house a Micheal Doherty nook and it was quickly two when Kevin Mc Grath reacted quickest to a Doherty free-kick. Lennon Kisawa added a third with a pleasant end earlier than Luke Friel was available to complete off a pleasant staff transfer. Kisawa added his 2nd and Oldtown fifth simply earlier than the break. The 2nd half noticed Oldtown creating probabilities and Luke Friel added a sixth from shut vary earlier than thundering in a seventh from exterior the field for his hat-trick. Kisawa added his third with a strike from exterior the field earlier than Ballybofey received one again when Ciaran Thompson scored late within the recreation.
Strand Rovers 1 v 3 Culdaff F.C.
The lads began off the primary half nicely with a lot of the half performed within the Culdaff half. There was a robust wind in Strand Park and Strand had the advantages of it within the first half enjoying with it at their backs. They’d just a few corners within the first half however nothing got here off them. Strand had been enjoying the higher soccer however simply couldn’t discover any open probabilities for a shot on objective! Rating at half time remained 0-0. Within the second half Culdaff got here out with fireplace of their stomach’s and began off robust with just a few early probabilities. Nevertheless it was the house facet that received the primary objective when a nook kick from Dylan Boyle discovered Chris Boyle on the entrance put up to move to the again of the online. Culdaff the place handed a life line when Aidan Cunningham was adjudged to be taking down it within the field and when he took the penalty he didn’t make any mistake hitting it to the underside proper nook. Shortly after Culdaff went forward when a protracted ball was kicked up the sphere from their keeper utilizing the wind to his benefit and was misjudged by the Strand defence then Jack O’Brien capitalised and made essentially the most of it when he chipped the ball over the stranded keeper and located the again of the online.
It regarded as if the sport was going to finish 1-2 however the Culdaff facet had yet another trick up their sleeve within the ninetieth minute when Jack O’Brien as soon as once more picked up the ball and drove on the Strand defence received tackled however by some means the ball appeared to remain at his toes and clinically completed it off properly together with his left foot discovering the underside nook.
Sunday nineteenth November 2023
Brian Mc Cormick Sports activities Premier Division
Castlefin Celtic 1 v 3 Gweedore Celtic
Castlefin suffered a house defeat to fellow strugglers Gweedore Celtic. In a fair recreation all through two late targets gave Gweedore most factors. The house facet began the brighter with Ronan Tourish slotting house a Mark Lafferty cross and for the rest of the half the hosts defended comfortably with the guests having all of the possession. Within the second half Gweedore equalised when a Odhran Mc Niallais rifled house from the sting of the field. Castlefin modified their recreation and created quite a few good openings however two late targets in opposition to the run of play noticed Gweedore declare the factors
Kildrum Tigers 4 v 0 Milford United
Two targets both facet of half time gave the house facet a snug three factors. Milford had the primary opening of the sport when Gary Merritt was denied by a prime class save from Chris O’Donnell. Ronan Mc Kinley then gave the house facet the lead from the sting of the field. Kildrum added a second earlier than half time, this time Brian Breslin Cooley slotted previous Mc Gettigan within the Milford internet. After the break Kildrum made it three, McKinley once more the scorer. Regardless of Milford’s greatest efforts and particularly these of Cathal Mc Gettigan they couldn’t get the objective that will of gave them hope. It was the house facet who completed off proceedings as Oran Higgins produced the second of high quality as he curled his effort into the highest nook.
Kilmacrennan Celtic 1 v 3 Fanad United
Kilmacrennan took lead on 35 minutes when Paul Bradley fired house from inside field after rounding the keeper. They went in a single nil up at half time. On 48 minutes Fanad equalised by way of Edward O’ Reilly when he headed in a cross from Darren Mc Elwaine. On 75 minutes Mc Elwaine headed house on the again put up from a Fanad nook. The factors had been secure on 90 minutes when Mc Elwaine scored his 2nd after been put by way of and he chipped the keeper. Crew efforts from either side. Referee: Vincent Mc Laughlin
Rathmullan Celtic 1 v 4 Keadue Rovers
Keadue Rovers had been deserving winners on the Flagpole Subject this afternoon as the boys from the Rosses scored 3 times early within the second half to expire 4-1 winners. The wonderful Martin Ferry joined Aaron Ward, Mark Forker and Aidan Brennon on the scoresheet for Keadue, with Rathmullan levelling within the first half by way of Mark Mc Ateer. Forward of kick-off, each groups, administration and all in attendance noticed a poignant minutes’ silence in reminiscence of the late, nice, Patsy Sheridan who was laid to relaxation in Rathmullan final weekend. Keadue had been quickest from the blocks and led on 4 minutes, central defender Ferry heading house on the again most because the visiting facet impressed early on. Rathmullan took time to settle however began to threaten after a troublesome opening quarter-hour they usually had been on phrases after 23 minutes, Mc Ateer stabbing house from six-yards after a nook. Oisin Mc Menamin flashed a shot vast of an upright quickly after as the house staff loved their greatest spell within the recreation, with Kevin O’Donnell additionally testing Caolan Bonner within the Keadue nets from a free-kick. It stayed degree till the break thanks in no small half to Bonner’s reverse quantity, Shaun Gallagher within the Hoops’ objective. He was down with a one-handed Gordon Banks-eques save to cease Chris Greene’s header on 32 minutes after which batted away a shot from Ward with a leg, displaying very good reflexes. As they did firstly of the primary half, Keadue hit the online nearly instantly within the second, this time Ward available to transform a cross from Peter Mc Gee. With the sport within the steadiness, Keadue got an early Christmas current when a misplaced cross from Gallagher gifted the ball to Brian Proctor and he squared for Forker to side-foot into an empty objective. That was the cushion Keadue wanted they usually managed issues thereafter with Brennan breaking the Rathmullan cowl on 62 minutes earlier than making use of a cool end to make it 4-1. Rathmullan loved territorial benefit within the closing phases however they didn’t actually bother Bonner and Keadue’s wonderful latest type continued with a decisive and deserved win on the Seaside.
Swilly Rovers 1 v 3 St. Catherines
Swilly Rovers suffered a 1-3 defeat in opposition to St. Catherine’s at Swilly Park. Regardless of lacking key gamers, Swilly confronted a formidable Catherine’s staff, strong in defence and deadly on the counter-attack. The scoring started on 18 minutes when Ryan Cunningham’s spectacular left-wing cross deflected into the online. Within the twenty fifth minute, Josh Cunningham headed house Conor Knox’s free kick for a 2-0 lead. Barry Gallagher’s essential saves denied Ryan Cunningham simply earlier than halftime. Swilly struggled to breach Catherine’s resilient defence, and on the 56th minute, Josh Cunningham scored his second from a close-range free arrange by Ryan Cunningham. Regardless of Swilly’s late stress, Kyle Black transformed a penalty on the 86th minute for a comfort rating. St. Catherine’s secured the victory, sustaining their league lead. Mick Langan officiated the match.
Temple Home Home equipment Division One
Convoy Arsenal 2 v 0 Letterbarrow Celtic
A battle of the basement sides at Orchard Park resulted within the house facet claiming a significant three factors. Convoy began the sport very nicely and went shut from a nook early on. They had been rewarded for his or her dominant begin on twenty minutes when Anthony Bogle transformed a free kick. Following the objective the guests warmed to the duty however couldn’t threaten the Convoy objective. Letterbarrow carved out a number of good probabilities within the second half however a mixture of fine goalkeeping from Andrew Walsh and poor ending that saved them scoreless. Convoy sealed the sport late on when Shay Harkin coolly slotted house after good work from Ben Johnston. The guests struck the woodwork once more earlier than the end when nicely positioned.
Crew performances from each.
Glenea United 3 v 2 Cranford United
Glenea took the lead within the fifteenth minute after good work from Darren Mc Geever down the left, his cross was headed house by Ciaran Coll. Cranford received their equaliser 5 minutes later when Shane Coll’s lengthy vary effort landed within the prime nook. The sport then got here to life with either side having respectable spells however failing to bother both keeper till Cranford had been awarded a penalty which Chris Carr transformed. Glenea began the second half nicely and received rewarded after 10 minutes when the ball was deflected In after a spill from the Cranford keeper. Glenea took the lead 5 minutes later when Padraig Coyle completed nicely from lengthy vary. Cranford pushed onerous to get again within the recreation however Glenea dug in and held on for the three factors. Finest for Glenea had been Shaun Maguire and Ciaran Coll.
Donegal Physiotherapy and Efficiency Centre Division Two
Drumkeen United 5 v 0 Dunkineely Celtic
Dunkineely Celtic had been the guests to St Patrick’s Park on Sunday on what turned out to be a horrible chilly moist afternoon. The house staff started nicely and received their reward after sixteen minutes. The opening objective was a very good one and was created by younger Dara Patton who received the ball in midfield after which performed an incredible ball to Freddie who completed nicely previous Keeper Corey Byrne. Drumkeen doubled their benefit about ten minutes later when Freddie added his second with one other good end. The house staff had been nicely in management at that stage and Freddie had one other effort nicely saved by Keeper Byrne to disclaim him his hat trick. As the primary half wore on The Guests progressively started to get into the sport. Sadly for the Guests they didn’t handle to get a objective earlier than the break however they did power a very good save from Drumkeen Keeper Paul Mc Auley who needed to get a contact on a harmful free kick to tip it over the bar. From the resultant nook, they compelled one other couple of corners throughout a very good spell for them. Drumkeen additionally had an incredible probability to increase their lead earlier than the break however Lee Guthrie noticed his nice strike come off the within of the put up and bounce out when it may have simply as simply have ended up within the Dunkineely internet.
Drumkeen started the second half nicely and shortly added one other objective when Niall Sweeney fairly thankfully arrange Liam Grant who completed nicely. Drumkeen added quantity 4 with a very good transfer which concerned Jason Mc Daid who discovered Michael Patton on the appropriate wing and Patton’s cross was turned house by Freddie to Full his hat-trick. Drumkeen’s fifth objective was a cracker from Michael Patton who let fly from about 30 Yards out and it flew into the online giving Dunkineely’s Keeper no probability.
Regardless of the scoreline the guests saved going and Drumkeen keeper Mc Cauley needed to make a few saves and defender Conal Mc Dermott with a well-timed sort out ensured that the Clear sheet remained intact. These are powerful occasions for Dunkineely however they battled on gamely all through whereas Drumkeen will probably be glad to get a win beneath their belt after a few latest unhealthy outcomes. This recreation was performed in a very good spirit all through. Referee: Sean Houston.
Drumoghill F.C. 3 v 3 Raphoe City
Bobby O’Loughlin’s late strike was sufficient to safe a degree for Raphoe City on this energetic conflict at The Moss. O’Loughlin managed at clearance on the sting of the field and calmly curled the ball past Duffy to degree the scores within the 89th minute. The factors had regarded like they had been heading the way in which of the house facet when Liam O’ Donnell beat the offside entice solely minutes earlier to place his facet into the lead on 86 minutes.
In fact, neither staff deserved to win this recreation as each defences struggled to deal with the windy situations and a draw was a good outcome. Raphoe began the brighter and it was no shock once they took the lead by way of Ryan Kildea. Drumoghill although got here again into the sport and managed to take the lead themselves with a double strike from Lee Smyth simply earlier than half time. Nonetheless, Raphoe City once more got here out of the blocks quickest firstly of the second half and shortly levelled the scores when Kyle Martin latched onto to a wayward back-pass to drive the ball past Duffy. Each groups had probabilities to take the lead in the course of the second half. Liam O’Donnell got here shut when his header got here again off the crossbar earlier than Oisin Kelly compelled a tremendous save from Roy Duffy. A draw although did look the seemingly outcome for a lot of the second half till the late drama unfolded and Drumoghill will really feel they let this one slip away after lastly making the breakthrough as Colm Gardiner’s good by way of ball despatched O’Donnell away and the striker made no mistake to beat the advancing Dolan. Raphoe City deserve credit score although and refused to surrender they usually had been rewarded with their late equaliser by way of O’Loughlin. Referee: Barry Hunter
Kerrykeel ’71 F.C. 2 v 3 Ballybofey United
The lads from the Twin Cities left Rabs Park with the three factors after a hotly contested match in Division Two of the Donegal Junior League. Ballybofey went in at half time two up and deserved their lead after a poor first-half from the house facet. Kerrykeel had been rather a lot higher within the second-half and received one again on 55 minutes with a superb free kick from captain Mark Friel. Kerrykeel pushed for a second however we’re caught on the break and Damien Glackin made it 1-3 with ten minutes to play. James Kerr then received Kerrykeel again in it after nice work from Patsy Friel and with nonetheless time remaining they threw every part at it however couldn’t discover a well beyond Patton. Ballybofey maintain their unbeaten begin to the season going and to be honest are rightly prime of the pile with a staff able to make the step up. Referee: Semie Ferry
Ulster Junior Defend
Cavan Rovers 1 v 3 Glencar Celtic
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Cockhill Celtic 3 v 0 Donegal City Reserves
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Culdaff F.C. 3 v 0 Milford United Reserves
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Curragh Athletic 0 v 1Ramelton Mariners
Curragh confronted Ramelton on a really moist day on the Curragh. Curragh began off nicely and commenced to dominate possession however couldn’t discover a means by way of a robust Ramelton again line. Curragh’s first probability got here on 24 minutes when Conor Galvin’s shot from exterior the field was nicely tipped onto the crossbar by the Ramelton goalkeeper. Ramelton then went up the opposite finish and regarded like scoring however had been denied by two wonderful saves by Chris Burns. Curragh got here out robust within the second half and threatened the Ramelton objective on quite a few events however had been unable to seek out the online. The sport seemed to be heading to further time however on 86 minutes Ramelton grabbed the winner after a mix-up on the again for the Curragh. Curragh hit the crossbar twice within the dying minutes which sees Ramelton by way of to the subsequent spherical of the cup. Two good staff performances from either side. Referee: Damien Mc Fadden.
Deele Harps 2 v 3 Bonagee United Reserves (a.e.t)
Deele welcomed Bonagee to Marty Duffy Park on a moist Sunday for this Ulster Defend tie. The hosts had been on the entrance foot from the beginning with Tom Mullan and Jordy Duffy inflicting the Bonagee defence all types of issues. It was Jordy Duffy who opened the scoring from the penalty spot after Corey Lindsay was fouled. Deele prolonged their lead on half-hour when Tom Mullan held up the ball nicely and slid a by way of ball to Corey Lindsay who rifled house. The second half seen Bonagee come alive and pulled a objective again on the hour mark when Ultan Mc Monagle fired house from the sting of the world. Bonagee drew degree on 71 minutes when Faolan Gibson completed on the again put up. The sport ended all sq. at 90 minutes. Bonagee struck inside a minute of additional time when Kayden Mc Aleer scored what turned out to be the winner. Crew Performances.
Dunree United 2 v 1 Letterkenny Rovers Reserves
In a gripping showdown between Dunree United and Letterkenny Rovers, the joy kicked off when Conor O’Donnell’s early free-kick for Rovers within the fifth minute narrowly lacking the mark with Caolan Dunleavy’s header. The sport took a flip within the eighth minute when Gerry Farrell broke by way of and confidently discovered the online, placing Dunree within the lead 1-0. Regardless of spirited efforts from each groups, the rating held till the forty first minute when Dunree’s Adam Barrett arrange Gerry Farrell for one more scientific end, extending the result in 2-0 in opposition to the run of play. Rovers had been on prime for a lot of the recreation however the Dunree defence had been strong. An opportunity to claw again a objective got here within the forty eighth minute, however Dunree’s goalkeeper, Adam Harrigan, did very good to cease Danny Corridor’s penalty. Undeterred, Rovers fought again, and within the sixtieth minute, Conor O’Donnell’s nook noticed Jason Doherty with a strong header, narrowing the hole to 2-1. Dunree had a robust spell urgent within the seventieth minute, but Rovers’ keeper, Mark Margey, stood tall with a outstanding save. Regardless of a valiant effort from Dunree, Rovers continued to push, creating alternatives. Deep in harm time, Rovers had a remaining probability with Caolan Dunleavy’s long-range strike, saved by the Dunree keeper, adopted by a blocked try from Danny Corridor. The referee introduced an finish to the match, with Dunree United finally claiming the glory with a 2-1 victory. Finest needs to Dunree as they proceed.
Quigleys Level Swifts 5 v 0 St. Catherines Reserves
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Redcastle F.C. 1 v 3 Keadue Rovers Reserves
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Donegal League – this week’s outcomes & experiences was final modified: November nineteenth, 2023 by