LETTERKENNY ROVERS’ FAI Intermediate Cup clash away to Dunboyne tomorrow is the latest fixture to feel the force of the weather.
Dunboyne’s pitch at Summerhill Road has been deemed unplayable for the game.
The game is one of a number of fixtures to have been called off because of heavy the heavy rainfall pelting the country at present.
In the Donegal Saturday League, the following games were wiped out this afternoon: Milford United v Castlefin Celtic, St Catherine’s v Glenree United, Mulroy v Arranmore United and Fintown Harps v Drumkeen United.
The Donegal Youth League game between Bonagee United and Keadue Rovers is off as is the John Gorey Curran Cup clash of Drumkeen United and Gweedore United
All the action in the South Donegal area of the Donegal Schoolboys League has been called off.
With the pitch at the Royal and Prior School Grounds swimming in water, Raphoe’s two big hockey matches have both drowned, too. The men’s team were set to face Civil Service with the ladies pencilled in for a home game against Cookstown, but neither fixture managed to make it to the surface.
Picture caption: The scene at the Royal and Prior School Grounds, where a waterlogged pitch as scuppered the chances of hosting games today.