Bonagee United had been offered with the Donegal Girls’s League crown on Monday night.
The Dry Arch facet has retained the title, securing the membership’s first back-to-back success, following an emphatic 8-0 win over Letterkenny Rovers.
Caoimhne Heron’s hat-trick spurred Bonagee to an enormous derby victory with Eimear Sweeney (2), Deborah Kerrigan, Bronagh Gallagher and Catherine Grier additionally on course.
The title was already secured per week early with Bonagee defeating Drumbar United 5-1 similtaneously Rovers misplaced 2-0 to Raphoe City.
On Monday night, Bonagee hit the entrance after eight minutes with Sweeney ending off from a Kerrigan nook.
Heron swept house her first simply three minutes later and Heron coolly added one other within the twenty seventh minute.
Kerrigan tucked in after good strategy work from the hosts earlier than a towering Sweeney header made it 5-0 on the break.
Heron accomplished her hat-trick and Gallagher stepped as much as lash in her twenty fifth aim of the season from the penalty spot with Grier registering her first Bonagee aim with a lofted effort that hit the roof of the web.
Bonagee captain Ciana Brogan was offered with the trophy by Bernard Doherty of the Donegal Girls’s League, and a Bonagee United clubman.
Bonagee United: Catherine Grier, Katherine Hopkins, Eva Harvey, Eimear Sweeney, Caitlin Hume, Siobhan Sweeney, Ciana Brogan, Bronagh Gallagher, Zara Shortt, Caoimhne Heron, Deborah Kerrigan. Subs used: Rachel Bogan-Alison, Niamh Hanley, Julie McCloy.
Victorious Bonagee Utd obtain Donegal Girls’s League crown was final modified: August fifteenth, 2023 by