THE DONEGAL LEAGUE and Inishowen League have been kept apart in the draw for the Oscar Traynor Cup semi-finals.
Both teams have yet to play their quarter-finals, but they can’t now meet until the final, should they progress that far.
This Sunday, Brian Dorrian’s Donegal League meet the North East Football League (NEFL) at The Moss (1pm) in their quarter-final tie.
The reward for a win there would be an away game against Clare.
Diarmuid O’Brien’s Inishowen, who are the defending Oscar Traynor Cup holders, travel to play the Galway League next month.
Picture caption: Inishowen League celebrate winning last season’s Oscar Traynor Cup.
Should Inishowen win that game, they would be at home to LSL – who defeated AUL tonight on penalties in their quarter-final – in the semis.
Last May, Stephen McLaughlin and Kieran McDaid goals saw Inishowen defeat the Limerick League 2-1 at Maginn Park in the final to take the win for the first time.
Inishowen topped their group and got straight into the quarter-finals.
As runners-up, Donegal had to play in the play-off and they overcame United Churches League 3-2 at The Moss with Chris Malseed, Kyle Black and Ryan Gildea scoring.Tags: