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Donegal League – this week’s outcomes & experiences

Listed here are all the outcomes and match experiences from this week’s Donegal League motion.

Friday twenty ninth September 2023-09-16  – Week 5

Glencar Inn Saturday Division One 

Cappry Rovers Reserves           1 v 0 Kilmacrennan Celtic Reserves

In a sport that was reversed to the Letterkenny Neighborhood Centre it was Cappry who emerged victorious with an actual smash and seize efficiency. An early strike from Eoghan Wright put Cappry in entrance and from then onwards it was assault towards defence as Kilmacrennan piled on the stress however regardless of all of the play and quite a few possibilities, they simply couldn’t breach a robust Cappry rearguard that was nicely marshalled by Sean Ryan and Shaun O’ Donnell. Kilmacrennan’s Conor Gibson had a penalty saved by the spectacular Dylan Doherty while Edwin Doherty, Cormac Brady, Ciaran Mc Cormack and Gibson once more all missed alternatives to stage the tie however Cappry held out for an necessary three factors. Referee: John Duffy

 

Saturday thirtieth September

Glencar Inn Saturday Division One

Arranmore United           1 v 5 Fintown Harps AFC

(No Report Submitted)

 

Glencar Celtic         10 v 2 Glenea United Reserves

Glencar we’re to sturdy for a younger Glenea aspect and we’re 8-1 up at half time with targets from Pajo x 2, Joe Mc Carron x 2, Joe Baker x 2, Tarlach O’Boyle and Paddy Collins. Glencar began the second half with Pajo Rafferty finishing his hat-trick after which Ronan Frain completed the scoring off within the ninetieth minute.

 

Keadue Rovers Reserves           1 v 0 Strand Rovers

Keadue Rovers Reserves maintained their good begin to the season with this hard-fought single aim victory in a decent, tense, derby in entrance of an enormous crowd in difficult circumstances at Central Park. The opening fifteen minutes of play have been scrappy with neither aspect capable of acquire any benefit however because the half went on Keadue, aided by a stiff breeze, started to get the higher hand and Oisin Mc Kelvey specifically was inflicting issues to the Strand rearguard. It was on twenty-seven minutes when the one aim of the sport arrived. Following some good work down the right-hand aspect, the ball made it’s solution to Mc Kelvey on the sting of the realm and following some excellent footwork he flicked it into the precise nook of the web. Strand did come extra into the sport because it went on in direction of half-time with Matthew O’ Donnell’s effort simply huge of the left put up. Into the 2nd half and with the wind at their backs it was Strand who began off on the entrance foot, pushing Keadue again, however when it comes to openings, they didn’t actually check the keeper. The house defence saved a excessive line on a regular basis which led to a couple nervous moments. Good possibilities fell to each Ryan Greene and Cian Mc Gee for Strand however each shot huge. On the different finish, Aaron Ward had an excellent shot nicely saved by Damien Mc Gowan. As the top of the sport got here, either side dug in and there have been some nicely contested challenges on the bottom and within the air, as anticipated in a neighborhood derby but it surely was Keadue who got here out on prime. For Strand, with an excellent combination of youth and expertise, their prime performers have been Matthew O’ Donnell, James Mc Cole and Cian Magee, whereas finest for Keadue have been Oisin Mc Kelvey, Pauric Neely and Barry Curran. Referee: Sean Ferry.

 

Oldtown Celtic           4 v 0 Kildrum Tigers Reserves

Oldtown have been fast out the traps and took the lead after 2 minutes when Micheal Doherty’s header from a Luke Nelis nook discovered the web. Oldtown quickly added a second. Tommy Mc Laughlin burst by and Aaron Hepburn within the Kildrum aim made a terrific preliminary save however Sean Cleary was available to go house the rebound. Kildrum grew into the sport however have been unable to check Michael Gibson within the Oldtown aim. 2-0 on the half Oldtown got here out for the second half wanting so as to add a 3rd however Hepburn once more pulled off one other magnificent save from Tommy Mc Laughlin. The sport turned a battle with none clear-cut possibilities till Mc Laughlin once more burst by and this time crossed for Cleary so as to add his second header of the day. Hepburn once more carried out one other nice save earlier than Micheal Doherty broke by and squared for Lennon Kaswa so as to add a 4th. A terrific workforce efficiency from Oldtown with Aaron Hepburn standing out for Kildrum.

 

St. Catherines Reserves           3 v 5 Donegal City Reserves

Donegal City capped a dramatic comeback to expire deserving winners at Emerald Park. The house aspect began brightly and have been forward on 5 minutes when Calvin Mooney completed from shut vary. Mooney was once more on the right track a minute later when he ran onto a by ball from Josh Cunningham and chipped the keeper. He was on the right track once more on quarter-hour with an analogous sort aim to finish his hat-trick. It seemed snug at this stage for the Saints however Donegal lowered the arrears when Dermot Slevin scored from the penalty spot to depart the rating 3-1 at half time. The guests continued to press within the second half and inside ten minutes they have been stage. Slevin lowered the arrears with an extended vary free kick and a couple of minutes later Adam Wilson levelled issues with a close-range effort. The guests edged in entrance for the primary time with 20 minutes remaining when Slevin accomplished his hat-trick with a high quality header. Callum Mc Brearty accomplished the scoring in harm time with a free-kick from the sting of the field. Greatest for St Catherines have been Calvin Mooney and Josh Cunningham with Dermot Slevin the important thing man for Donegal.

Referee: John Mc Glanaghey

 

Outdated Orchard Saturday Division Two

Castlefin Celtic Reserves           0 v 4 Swilly Rovers Reserves

Castlefin and Swilly performed out an entertaining sport with loads of goalmouth motion in a sport performed in Convoy. Castlefin created quite a few alternatives with Ruairi Matthewson & Paul Friel going shut. Within the second interval Castlefin ultimately ran out of steam and Swilly capitalised with Ryan Mc Daid amongst the targets for the Ramelton aspect.

 

Copany Rovers           2 v 3 Ballybofey United Reserves

Ballybofey come from two all the way down to take all 3 factors in Dreenan. United began slowly and went two down inside 10 minutes. The primary got here from a defensive error permitting the attacker to reveal in on aim and rating previous Joe O’ Donnell within the Ballybofey targets. Their second got here from good work down the left, with a whipped-in Cross to the again put up which was headed again throughout aim and into O’ Donnell’s internet. Ballybofey began to unfold the play nicely with Oran Gallen and Colin Kearns enjoying nicely on each wings. They created some good possibilities however the ball simply wouldn’t fall kindly. They have been rewarded after 25 minutes when Kieran Thompson discovered himself in area about 25 yards out and caught a beautiful dipping shot previous the Copany keeper.  Half Time 1-2. Ballybofey got here out firing within the second half and obtained themselves stage inside 2 minutes of the half. Once more, it was Kieran Thompson who scored, a cracker from the sting of the field into the highest nook, a top quality end. United now managed possession and performed some good neat soccer, however the possibilities simply wouldn’t come. Ballybofey then introduced on Mark Sproule and together with his second contact of the ball he scored a good looking aim from outdoors the field, giving the keeper no probability. Copany saved combating and had a terrific probability to stage the sport when the ball was laid again to Eamon Bonar 20 yards out however his shot was simply saved.

 

Cranford United Reserves           1 v 3 Drumoghill F.C. Reserves

(No Report Submitted)

 

Gweedore Celtic Reserves           0 v 1 Drumbar United

(No Report Submitted)

 

Milford United Reserves           0 v 2 Dunlewey Celtic

(No Report Submitted)

 

Finn Journey Saturday Division Three

Bonagee United Reserves           4 v 1 Lagan Harps Reserves

(No Report Submitted)

 

Erne Wanderers           3 v 1 Fanad United Reserves

On a depressing day in Ballyshannon Erne took the lead after 20 minutes by Gearoid Gallagher. Baz Mulligan quickly added a second with a scorcher from 25 yards out. Fifteen minutes into the second half Josh Ritchie obtained on the top of an Adam Mc Glone free that the keeper parried out to Josh’s head and he duly lobbed him. With quarter-hour left Baibhinn Lynch scored with a crisp shot from the sting of the field that keeper Shaun O’ Boyle obtained a hand too. With 5 minutes left and O’ Boyle made an unbelievable save from the identical participant as he one way or the other tipped Lynch’s shot onto the crossbar and Erne managed to clear. Greatest for Erne Ryan Mc Kenna and Donal O’ Reilly whereas Lynch was the choose of a younger Fanad workforce that performed nice soccer all through

 

Letterkenny Rovers Reserves           8 v 3 Gweedore United Reserves

A snug win for Rovers began with the primary aim after simply 3 minutes of play when a ball crossed from the left was managed on chest by Danny Corridor earlier than enjoying it into the field for Darragh Morrison with again to aim scoring an over-head kick. A minute later Rovers have been within the field once more and the ball landed to Darragh Morrison who stepped inside to attain. Gweedore had their first actual probability quarter-hour in with a ball performed by Callum Ferriter to Dean Collum however he couldn’t get a transparent shot. On 19 minutes a terrific ball to the again put up discovered James Gallagher who put it again throughout the aim with Darragh Morrison hanging solely to be saved and cleared by the Gweedore keeper Oran Craig. Evin Gibbons had a terrific probability for Rovers on 21 minutes from a ball crossed by Danny corridor from the precise wing with the striker being denied by the crossbar. Gweedore’s Matthew Galway was the following man so as to add his identify to the scoresheet. Arten Tymoshchenko then added to Rover’s tally. Gweedore had one other good probability on 32 minutes when Rovers did not clear and Matthew Galway obtained by just for Margey to dam it from ending within the internet. On 40 minutes a ball labored between Kieran Doherty and Evin Gibbons arrange Jordan Nugent whose 20-yard shot discovered the goal and gave his aspect a 4-1 interval lead. The primary aim of the second half got here on 52 minutes when Kieran Doherty arrange Jordan Nugent. DJ Mc Cauley added one other on 66 minutes. A couple of minutes later a Rovers’ free from the left wing was met by Darragh Morrison to go house for his hat-trick. Gweedore weren’t completed but and on 75 minutes a free kick from 40 yards out was mishandled by Rovers’ keeper Margey and ended up within the internet. Gweedore on 82 minutes broke on the precise wing with a pleasant ball from Cain Gallagher discovering Ronan O’ Donnell who put it by for James Mc Glinchey to push it previous Rovers’ keeper from about 7 yards. Rovers scored the ultimate aim of the sport on 88 minutes when a free kick was pushed onerous and low from simply outdoors the 18yd field by Darragh Morrison and it made its means into the web.

 

Sunday 1st October 2023

Brian Mc Cormick Sports activities Premier Division

Fanad United           4 v 0 Milford United

Fanad United overcame native rivals Milford United 4-0 at a solar drenched Traigh-a-Loch on Sunday. It was Milford who had the primary probability of the match within the sixth minute when Gary Merritt met an inviting Fionn Coll cross within the field nonetheless he was unable to maintain his header down. Simply 2 minutes later it was Fanad who took the lead. When a Peter Carr cross fell to Keelin Mc Elwaine on the sting of the field, he managed the ball and hammered the ball house. Within the fifteenth minute, Eddie O’Reilly seen his nicely hit volley from outdoors the field go simply huge of the Milford put up. Nevertheless simply 2 minutes later Fanad doubled their lead. When Eddie O’Reilly crossed into the field, the ball fell to Carlos O’Reilly and he made no mistake ending into the underside nook. Milford have been creating possibilities and on 25 minutes Gary Merritt discovered area within the field however his shot was nicely saved by Fanad keeper Brian Gallagher. They have been made to pay for that miss 2 minutes later when Fanad obtained their third. A Carlos O’Reilly free from the left was parried by the Milford keeper and Peter Carr was available to complete from shut vary. On the different finish, Conor Mc Hugh was unfortunate to see his nicely hit shot deflected simply huge. A minute later Gary Merritt was once more denied by Brian Gallagher. The second half was a tamer affair with possibilities onerous to return by. 5 minutes in, Eddie O’Reilly seen his free kick from 25 yards go simply over the Milford bar. With simply over an hour gone, Fanad made the sport protected with a 4th aim. Keelin Mc Elwaine’s harmful cross got here again off the Milford put up and Eoin Logue reacted quickest to bundle house from shut vary. With 20 minutes, remaining Milford centre half Lorcan Friel rose highest within the field from a nook however his header was saved out by a superb save from Brian Gallagher. The final probability fell to Eddie O’Reilly within the ninetieth minute when his free kick was nicely held by Killian Hagan within the Milford nets. Referee: Allister Gourley

 

Keadue Rovers           1 v 1 Castlefin Celtic

It was honours even at a sunny Central Park on Sunday as each groups performed out a decent, scrappy encounter. Keadue, enjoying towards a robust breeze, did a lot of the attacking within the opening twenty minutes however simply couldn’t penetrate the away defence. There was a few set items for Castlefin, certainly one of which they took the lead from on after twenty-five minutes with a well-placed shut vary free kick. Within the closing fifteen minutes, Castlefin had two efforts towards the woodwork. Keadue did have an excellent final 5 within the first half, with Chris Greene’s shot blocked after which a header cleared off the road. Through the half time interval, a Castlefin participant needed to be handled for a collar bone harm which led to quite a lot of harm time. We want the participant nicely in his restoration. Firstly of the second half, Castlefin have been on prime regardless of being towards the wind. Keadue led to some openings and from certainly one of these the house workforce levelled. A left-wing cross was parried by the keeper and Brendan Mc Cafferty poked house the rebound on fifty 5 minutes. The guests have been lowered to 10 minutes following a second yellow. Regardless of being a person down, Castlefin dug in and Keadue, regardless of being nicely on prime, have been unable to open them up.  Referee: Mick Lagan.

 

Kildrum Tigers           0 v 2 Swilly Rovers

All three factors for the away aspect at Station Highway, in a decent intense sport it was the away aspect who took the lead after Kyle Black pounced on a mistake from Kildrum keeper O’Donnell. Kildrum pushed and had quite a few possibilities either side of the half, it should be stated the Swilly internet minder on the day produced certainly one of best shows at Station Highway for very long time, his efficiency alone deserved of the three factors, saving from level clean vary many times. As Kildrum pushed late on within the remaining second Mc Namee of Swilly produced a superb end to double the away sides lead and take all three factors.

 

Kilmacrennan Celtic           1 v 1 St. Catherines

Some extent apiece at Letterkenny Neighborhood Centre and Kilmacrennan stay in joint prime of the Premier Division. Kilmacrennan had three good possibilities within the first quarter-hour after nice efforts from Paul Bradley and Rory Mc Grenra however neither might discover the web. On 25 minutes Paul Bradley opened scoring for Kilmacrennan when he cooly fired house from contained in the field after good work by Terence Shields and Sam Harvey. On 70 minutes St. Catherines obtained an equaliser from a penalty which Ryan Cunningham transformed.

Greatest for Kilmacrennan was Paul Bradley and it was a workforce effort from St Catherines. Referee:  Zach Mc Laughlin

 

Temple Home Home equipment Division One

Bonagee United           2 v 1 Glenea United

The house aspect ought to have taken the lead on two minutes when the ball fell to Aiden Mc Laughing and his strike from ten yards was blocked by the goalkeeper. On eight minutes Carr within the house aim needed to make a terrific save to show the ball across the put up from a Micheal Mc Hugh shot from fifteen yards. Michael Funston had a shot three minutes later from twenty-five yards however Coll turned the ball huge for a nook kick. Ciaran Coll and Calvin Murray noticed their strike on aim from the sting of the field on eighteen and twenty minutes nicely saved by Carr within the house aim. Carr once more made a terrific double save on twenty-eight minutes from s strike from PJ Duggan from ten yards and from the rebound the ball fell to Calvin Murray and his strike was nicely saved. The guests took the lead on twenty-nine minutes after they have been awarded a penalty for a foul within the field by the keeper and Calvin Murray made no mistake from the spot kick. Jordan Armstrong noticed his shot from the sting of the field come off the put up and cleared by the defender on forty minutes. The house aspect levelled the match on forty-four minutes when Cian Clancy headed house from an Armstrong nook. On forty-six minutes Aaron Wasson had a terrific strike on aim from the sting of the field saved by Coll within the customer’s aim. Carr within the house aim made an excellent save on fifty-five minutes when Ciaran Coll broke clear and Carr saved his shot from fifteen yards. A Jordan Armstrong cross into the field from the stand aspect on the hour beat the keeper however the incoming Aiden Mc Laughlin noticed his header go huge of the put up from six yards. The house aspect have been nicely on prime and strikes from Eoghan Doherty and Arron Wasson on sixty-five and seventy have been blocked by the defence. Padhraic Gilsennan noticed his strike from twenty yards come off the crossbar on seventy-six minutes. A Shane Coll free kick on eighty minutes from twenty-five yards was nicely saved by Carr within the house aim. The house aspect obtained the winner on eighty-eight minutes when Wasson beat the defender down the precise and his cross into the field was deflected into the web from three yards. Workforce effort by either side. Referee: Paddy Martin.

Convoy Arsenal           1 v 2 Cranford United

(No Report Submitted)

 

Donegal City         10 v 0 Cappry Rovers

Donegal city welcomed an understrength Cappry to the Hospital Subject on an ideal day for soccer. City have been 4-0 up at half-time from targets by Ronan Mc Hugh, David Graham, Ben Sweeney and Eoin Slevin. Cappry took the sport to city within the second-half however the City defence held agency. It left Cappry uncovered on the again and City took full benefit and targets adopted from Digant, Graham once more, and Supersub Declan Duignan netting 4. Referee: Sean O’ Donnell.

 

Gweedore United           2 v 1 Lagan Harps

Gweedore United claimed their second house win of the season with the targets coming from younger Brian Mc Fadden together with his first senior aim for the membership and veteran Ciaran Mc Fadden ending nicely to safe an important win for the house aspect. Within the first half, Lagan’s Dylan Doogan’s effort was nicely saved by Oran Craig. United defended nicely and restricted Lagan to only a few possibilities. Within the forty fourth minute after a terrific transfer the place Ciaran Mc Fadden crossed to younger Brian who headed in from shut vary to make it 1-0. Ciaran Mc Fadden’s shot went simply over within the forty sixth minute. Within the second half Lagan pressed in quest of an equaliser, nonetheless, it was United who had the perfect possibilities by Padraig Mc Fadden and Brian Mc Fadden. Within the eightieth minute Dillon Doogan made it 1-1 with a terrific shot from the sting of the field after a nook. United pushed on for the winner Ronan O’ Donnell had an effort nicely saved by Toner for Lagan. Gweedore secured the three factors with a superb end from Ciaran Mc Fadden within the 84th minute. It was a robust workforce efficiency from the house aspect with Conor Mc Fadden and Frank Mc Gee maintaining issues tight on the again. Dillon Doogan was a risk for Lagan on the day. Referee: Colm Mc Conigley.

 

Letterbarrow Celtic           0 v 3 Letterkenny Rovers

Letterkenny visited Tymeen on a day that felt extra like mid-summer than October with the temperatures within the excessive teenagers. Letterkenny dominated possession and shortly discovered the opener when Ronan Tourish headed house from a nicely taken set piece.  The second half began equally and Tourish as soon as once more put his head onto a nicely taken set piece to place the away aspect two up.  Letterkenny have been awarded a penalty within the dying moments and Tourish slotted it house to finish his hat-trick.

 

Donegal Physiotherapy and Efficiency Centre Division Two

Ballybofey United           5 v 1 Raphoe City

Ballybofey proceed their nice begin to the season by placing 5 previous Raphoe in Dreenan. United began nicely and practically went in entrance on 5 minutes when Paul Kelly put in a terrific cross however Karlos headed it simply huge. Ballybofey took the lead on 14 minutes when Barrie Mc Ghee performed a beautiful ball into Karlos who managed it nicely and gave it to Mark Griffin who completed neatly.  With 20 minutes on the clock, United the place unfortunate to not go two up, when Jude Patton performed an excellent ball again to Daithí Mc Mahon who narrowly fired huge.  Raphoe had their first alternative of the match on 25 minutes after they had a shot from 35 yards however Chris Patton made a terrific save, tipping it onto the bar.  United as soon as once more had a terrific probability to go two up by Aaron Mc Auley however his effort was nicely saved by the Raphoe keeper. Ballybofey lastly discovered the web once more with 40 minutes on the clock when Mark Griffin slips Daithí a by ball up the wing, he squared it to Patton who made it 2-0 on the break. Ballybofey obtained their third aim of the sport when Patton was taken down inside the realm. He stepped up himself and made no mistake placing United three up. Patton was quickly celebrating a Hat-Trick when he slotted house after Gavin Doherty headed the ball again throughout the aim from a Mc Ghee cross.  With 65 minutes gone Raphoe obtained themselves on the scoresheet from the penalty spot. It didn’t take lengthy for Ballybofey to bounce again, Griffin whipped in a terrific cross to Paul Kelly who completed nicely. Man of the Match: Jude Patton

 

Drumkeen United           2 v 1 Whitestrand United

Whitestrand have been the guests to St Patrick’s Park on a beautiful October Sunday Afternoon. This wasn’t the standard aim fest that Drumkeen supporters have been accustomed to this season however they gained’t fear an excessive amount of about that as they weren’t all the time on the precise finish of those excessive scoring affairs. They went into this sport probably not realizing what to anticipate as they have been lacking a number of gamers for varied causes. The primary half was an entertaining sufficient affair with neither goalkeeper being unduly troubled though Drumkeen keeper Paul Mc Cauley did must make one save. Drumkeen had an excellent probability on the different finish however Dabhan Doherty headed simply huge from a nook. The primary half was drawing to an in depth and seemed prefer it was going to finish scoreless however then the house workforce broke the impasse.  The aim when it got here was value ready for as Dara Patton performed a terrific ball to Dabhan Doherty who noticed his shot come again off the Whitestrand Keeper however Drumkeen striker Freddie was available to faucet the ball house. That was the final motion of the primary half as referee Vincent Mc Loughlin blew the half time whistle shortly afterwards. Whitestrand started the second half strongly and practically equalised however Drumkeen defender Mikey Grant was in the precise place on the proper time to clear the ball off the road. Drumkeen needed to climate a little bit of a storm for some time which they managed to do. Drumkeen practically doubled their benefit when Dabhan Doherty performed a terrific ball to Freddie who noticed his effort hit the Crossbar. Drumkeen did handle a second aim when Liam Grant crossed the ball into the field in direction of Fergal Quinn who distracted the keeper as he let the ball run to Freddie who fired house. Although they have been now two targets forward Drumkeen have been by no means completely snug and because the sport went on you all the time felt just like the guests might pull a aim again. With about quarter-hour left the Whitestrand aim duly arrived when John Herrity fired house from a Nook.

The final quarter-hour have been a little bit of a nervy affair for the house workforce however they managed to carry out for the victory and the three factors. This was an entertaining sufficient sport performed in an excellent Sporting Method all through.

 

Drumoghill F.C.           2 v 4 Deele Harps

Deele Harps ended Drumoghill’s 100% file with this spectacular 4-2 win at The Moss with Jordan Duffy serving to himself to a brace of targets to arrange the win and transfer Deele additional up the desk. Drumoghill although will mirror on a sport that they dominated for lengthy spells and can surprise how they let this sport slip. They’d sufficient possibilities in a one-sided first half to have already had the sport gained by half-time, however a sucker punch simply earlier than half-time proved to be the sport’s turning level. There appeared little or no hazard when Duffy took possession of the ball simply contained in the penalty space and his fast flip and end into the highest nook gave Roy Duffy no probability in targets for Drumoghill to place the guests forward on the break. With the weather of their favour within the second half, Deele have been far more dominant and shortly doubled their lead when Duffy grabbed his second after a defensive mix-up within the Drumoghill rearguard on 52 minutes. Nevertheless, a superb solo effort strike from Niall Mc Crossan two minutes later lowered the deficit to convey the house aspect again into the sport. The midfielder gained possession contained in the centre circle and evaded one sort out after one other earlier than hammering an angled drive into the far nook from 10 yards. This could have given Drumoghill the impetus to drive ahead in quest of an equaliser however Cranford shortly restored their two-goal cushion when Thomas Mullen broke away on 62 minutes to slip the ball past Duffy. Again got here Drumoghill although and this time it was Karol Mc Ginley who restored the deficit to the minimal with a superb strike from simply contained in the penalty space. Nevertheless, the house aspect have been responsible of once more dropping focus at a key level within the sport permitting Maddox Roberts to interrupt away from Seamus Bogle and Stephen Craig to lastly settle the competition in favour of the guests. An entertaining sport all through nicely dealt with by Referee Con McLaughlin.

 

Dunkineely Celtic           P v P Curragh Athletic

(No Report, match Postponed)

 

Kerrykeel ’71 F.C.           2 v 3 Lifford Celtic

(No Report Submitted)

 

Outcomes Week 5

 

Friday twenty ninth September 2023-09-16  

Glencar Inn Saturday Division One 

Cappry Rovers Reserves           1 v 0 Kilmacrennan Celtic Reserves

 

Saturday thirtieth September

Glencar Inn Saturday Division One

Arranmore United           1 v 5 Fintown Harps AFC

Glencar Celtic         10 v 2 Glenea United Reserves

Keadue Rovers Reserves           1 v 0 Strand Rovers

Oldtown Celtic           4 v 0 Kildrum Tigers Reserves

St. Catherines Reserves           3 v 5 Donegal City Reserves

Outdated Orchard Saturday Division Two

Castlefin Celtic Reserves           0 v 4 Swilly Rovers Reserves

Copany Rovers           2 v 3 Ballybofey United Reserves

Cranford United Reserves           1 v 3 Drumoghill F.C. Reserves

Gweedore Celtic Reserves           0 v 1 Drumbar United

Milford United Reserves           0 v 2 Dunlewey Celtic

Finn Journey Saturday Division Three

Bonagee United Reserves           4 v 1 Lagan Harps Reserves

Erne Wanderers           3 v 1 Fanad United Reserves

Letterkenny Rovers Reserves           8 v 3 Gweedore United Reserves

 

Sunday 1st October 2023

Brian Mc Cormick Sports activities Premier Division

Fanad United           4 v 0 Milford United

Keadue Rovers           1 v 1 Castlefin Celtic

Kildrum Tigers           0 v 2 Swilly Rovers

Kilmacrennan Celtic           1 v 1 St. Catherines

 

Temple Home Home equipment Division One

Bonagee United           2 v 1 Glenea United

Convoy Arsenal           1 v 2 Cranford United

Donegal City         10 v 0 Cappry Rovers

Gweedore United           2 v 1 Lagan Harps

Letterbarrow Celtic           0 v 3 Letterkenny Rovers

 

Donegal Physiotherapy and Efficiency Centre Division Two

Ballybofey United           5 v 1 Raphoe City

Drumkeen United           2 v 1 Whitestrand United

Drumoghill F.C.           2 v 4 Deele Harps

Dunkineely Celtic           P v P Curragh Athletic

Kerrykeel ’71 F.C.           2 v 3 Lifford Celtic

Donegal League – this week’s outcomes & experiences was final modified: October 1st, 2023 by Employees Author