Here’s all the reports from the Donegal League Saturday Divisions.
Dunlewey Celtic 1 Glencar Celtic 3
In cool Winter conditions it was the visitors who started off well but found Micheal Mc Causland, Mark Roarty and Keith Sweeny in fine form for Dunlewey.
Patrick Mc Fadden opened the scoring when he headed home a Micheal Roarty cross. The home team held on to half time with Paul Coll doing great work in midfield.
The second half saw a revved up Glencar and they got back on level terms when Paddy O’ Kane knocked in from close range. It was nip and tuck after that until Micky Monley popped up to score much to the relief the Glencar supporters. They were able to relax more when a quick break led to Declan Scanlon finishing the game as a contest. A tight game with Paul Coll and Mark Roarty best for Dunlewey and it was a very solid team performance from Glencar Celtic.[adrotate group=”38″]
Saturday Reserve Division
Drumoghill F.C. Reserves 1 Milford United Reserves 3
Milford left ‘The Moss’ with all three points but it was Drumoghill who got off to a good start on twenty minutes when Ethan Mc Cready hit the net after some great work from Mark Gibson and John O’ Kane sent the young striker through.
Milford got their equaliser on thirty five minutes when Conor Meakin pounced on a defensive error to go one on one with the Drumoghill keeper, slotting the ball low into the bottom corner. Drumoghill seemed to switch off after this which and allowed Milford to grab two more goals before half time the first arriving on forth minutes through Ryan Campbell and the second coming from a set piece on forth five minutes which Raymond Friel headed home.
To Drumoghill’s credit they played the second half at a better pace creating chance after chance but unable to crack the Milford defence. They also had a penalty saved by the Milford keeper. Team performance by Drumoghill with Raymond Friel impressive for the visitors.[adrotate group=”88″]
Cappry Rovers Reserves 2 Keadue Rovers Reserves 1
In a game played under the lights on Friday night in Cappry Park it was the youthful home side who got off to a flying start when they took the lead inside five minutes when Stephen Carr got through and finished well.
The home side made it 2-0 in the eighth minute when Darren Bonner scored direct from a corner. Keadue kept playing and created a few chances before halftime but couldn’t find a way through the home defence.
The second half started with the away side pushing to get a goal back. Cappry were always dangerous on the break and could have made it 3-0 but Kyle Lafferty headed wide. Keadue got a goal back in the 80th minute when Eoin Doogan headed home a free kick. The home team held out for the three points. Two team performances.