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Results

Club1st Half2nd HalfGoalsOutcome
Carrowmena F. C.1Loss
Moville Celtic2Win

Moville win local derby

Report

Carrowmena 1-2 Moville

The first local derby , lived up to the mark – wit a few yellowcxards to both sides,&  a sending off wit a min to go, for the home side after10mins the home side won a corner, drove in by Conor lafferty found the head of the in- rushing Christie Mc Geoaghan- his shot was goal bound only to see it cleared off the line by Micheal Mc Naught on
11min; – Moville raced up the field straight away & a neat ball from Finn Mc Laughlin found Connor Doherty out on the right side he beat his marker and his shot rattled off the up-rightfrom 15yrds with Mc Geady beat on 14min ;Moville’s pressure paid offFfinn Mc Laughlin mastering midfield raced down leftside to the end line cut in and drove the ball low across goal the home side clear’d  only into the path of Billy Mc Cann whom tapped in from 4yards, Moville now in the driving seat should have increased their lead in 25th min, when a Moville corner fell to the feet of Charlie Gill, who blasted the ball over the bar from 10yrds on 35mins Carrowmena came more into the game and pushed Moville into their own third Conor Radcliff  pushing the ball into the path of Tony Mc Clennaghan, and finding Harry Mc Cormick wide on the right he chipped ball into the box but nobody there to finish .
54mins : Moville increased their lead a throw in down the left found c Charlie Gill he chipped the ball to Steven Kearney he clipped ball  in between the centre halfs finding Mc Naught nipping in and heading into top left hand side of Mc Geady On 57mins; best chance for the home side to pull 1 back Connor Lafferty free taking out on the right hand side was hit high to the back post finding Connor Radcliff, who drove ball low across goal only needing a tap in On 62mins The home side now had Moville on the back foot and again missed a great chance, good play by Jude Harkin and Ryan Mc Dermott’s ball played long intp edge of box and Conor Lafferty’s shot finding Tony Mc Clenaghan, who clip’d the ball goal bound only a great jump by Grimley, tipped over bar, on 65min home side play’n good ball  Dean Mc Geoaghan clearing his lines, played into midfield- Ryan Mc dermott finding Mc Clenaghan and drilled ball forward – cleared by Ryan Killen out 35yrds  into path of Harry Mc Cormick – who swivel’d hitting the ball on the half volley and watched the ball sail right into the top right hand past a motionless Grimley to the delight of the home support last 15mins was a tense affair both sides all out, few yellow cards were showed and Connor Radcliff in the 89 mins got a seecond yollow and got his marching orders – Moville held out- only just – getting all 3 points !!!

Details

Date Time League Season
04/09/2016 3:22 pm Strand Hotel First Division 2016/17

Ground

Tremone Carrowmena

Photo’s from League Presentation Dinner

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Herbie Barr (Ulster FA Administrator) – Taylor Clarke (Buncrana Hearts WINNERS) – John McLaughlin (Ulster FA Chairman and League Treasurer) – Terence Hegarty (League PRO)

 

Photo’s from League Presentation Dinner

8: Charlie O’Donnell Memorial Trophy
Marc Canham (FAI Director of Football) – Bernard Gubbins (Nephew of Charlie O’Donnell) – Shaun Curran (Redcastle United WINNERS) – Mark Farren ( Redcastle United Man of the Match) – Fran Gavin (FAI Competitions Manager)

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Photo’s from League Presentation Dinner

Shane Crossan of Crossan Jeweller’s presents the Javkie Crossan Premier Division trophy to  Peter Doherty Cockhill Celtic also back row Garbhan Friel on left joint top goal scorer, Harry Doherty most clean sheets, and Jason Devlin Joint top goal scorer and player of the year

Fran Gavin FAI presents the Strand Hotel First Division Shield to Michael Mc Cole Captain of Redcastle United

Also in photo back row Patrick Mc Laughlin Culdaff and Adam Harrigan Dunree United joint winners of most clean sheets Brendan Mc Laughlin Culdaff top goal scorer and Eamon Donnelly player of the year

 

Photo’s from League Presentation Dinner

Paddy Hannon of Hannon Greene Insurance presents the Fr. O’ Gara Cup to Ryan Downey Captain of Cockhill Celtic Youths also in photo Kieran Mc Elroy Man of the Match and John Mc Laughlin League Treasurer

Hugh Mc Gonagle Inishowen Engineering presents the Inishowen Engineering 2B shield to Liam O@ Connor Illiec Reserves Captain also in photo Oran Doherty Illies Player of the Year and Conor Doherty most clean sheets Marc Chanham Fai and Neil Grant Ass Treasurer

3: Inishowen Engineering Division 2A Award Winners
Back: Jude McCrossan (League Registrar) – Gary Kelly (Redcastle United Top Goalscorer and Player of the Year) – Mark McLaughlin (Sea Rover Most Clean Sheets) – Marc Canham (FAI Director of Football)
Front: Hugh McGonagle (Inishowen Engineering Sponsor)

 

8: Charlie O’Donnell Memorial Trophy
Marc Canham (FAI Director of Football) – Bernard Gubbins (Nephew of Charlie O’Donnell) – Shaun Curran (Redcastle United WINNERS) – Mark Farren ( Redcastle United Man of the Match) – Fran Gavin (FAI Competitions Manager)

Charlie O’ Donnell Presentation

Fiona Gubbins Presents the Charlie O’ Donnell Trophy to Redcastle United Captain Michael Mc Cole also in Picture is League Chairman Liam Baldrick John Joe Lafferty, Eamonn Doherty, Culdaff Captain Ben Curley, V. Armianovskyi and Eddie Mc Namee

 

Fixtures for Sunday 26th May

Inishowen Football League Weekly Fixtures 2023-24

SUNDAY    26th May     2pm Maginn Park                 

Donegal Signs  Cup Final                       

Buncrana Hearts V Cockhill Celtic               

W Harvey asstd by  G McLaughlin &  T Moyne

4th Official  E Doherty

                                                         

TUESDAY   28th May                        

Jackie Crossan   Premier Division 7pm

Cockhill Celtic  V Buncrana Hearts   D McLaughlin

 

 

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