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Results

Club1st Half2nd HalfGoalsOutcome
Culdaff F.C.1Loss
Glengad United9Win

Report

Culdaff FC                     1

Glengad United           9

A severely depleted and under strength home side suffered one of their heaviest defeats in years against a rampant Glengad outfit. The defending league champions took the lead in the opening minute when a speculative Patrick McDermott effort looped over Pauric O Donnell in the home goal. Culdaff replied with Eugene McLaughlin flashing a corner across the face of goal but there were no takers before Noel McLaughlin intercepted a loose pass but drilled well wide. On 15 minutes after a scramble in the area both McDermott and John McDaid had efforts which came back off the bar to Nigel McMonagle who crossed for McDaid to head home. Culdaff  got a goal back midway through the half when a Ryan Greene free found Dillon Ruddy who slotted home at the back post despite the best efforts of Kevin McLaughlin. Two excellent finishes from McMonagle and Matthew Byrne inside five minutes made it four one. The home side kept battling and Michael Coyle had a superb header brilliantly saved by McLaughlin. From the corner by Eugene McLaughlin it was Ryan Greene ‘s header which came back off the post and Michael Coyle fired the rebound over. On the stroke of half time a defensive error allowed Terence Doherty to race clear and round O’Donnell to slot home. Glengad increased their lead on 51 minutes when O’Donnell saved well from McMonagle but in the scramble the ball deflected off a defender to the net. Substitute Paul McDermott then broke clear but his chip sailed over the bar while at the other end a Noel McLaughlin effort was straight at keeper McLaughlin. With the home side tiring badly Doherty slammed home his second of the game after good work from McMonagle. Two late goals from Paul McDermott completed the rout.

Details

Date Time League Season
11/09/2016 8:52 am Jackie Crossan Premier Division 2016/17

Ground

Caratra Park, Culdaff
2 Shore Rd, Knock, Co. Donegal, Ireland

Fixtures For Saturday 18th May and Sunday 19th May

Inishowen Football League Weekly Fixtures 2023-24

SATURDAY   18th May  

Maginn Park  5PM                  

Charlie O’Donnell  Cup Final  ET & Pens

Culdaff FC  V Redcastle United                        

T O’Loughlin  asstd by JJ Lafferty, S McDaid

 4th Official V Armianovskyi 

SUNDAY 12th May                          

FAI Senior  Cup   2pm ET & Pens

Cockhill Celtic V Ayrfield United                           

FAI Appoint Officials

Hannon Greene Fr. O’Gara Cup Final Match Report

Hannon Greene Insurances FR O’Gara Cup

Cockhill Youths 3

Redcastle United 2

Cockhill Youths caused a bit of an upset when they defeated first division Redcastle United in an entertaining final punctuated by a twelve minute break  when lightning struck early in the game.

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Clubman Shirts League Cup Final Report

Inishowen Football League Reports weekend 12th May 2024

Clubman Shirts League Cup Final

Cockhill Celtic 5

Greencastle FC 0

Played in glorious conditions before a big  crowd at Maginn Park goals either side of half time saw Cockhill continue their good form and clinch the Clubman Shirts League Cup. Cockhill started well and when Luke Rudden got on the end of a Corey McBride cross he fired over the bar when well placed.

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Fixtures for Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th May

Inishowen Football League Weekly Fixtures 2023-24

SATURDAY 11th May   Maginn Park

Clubman Shirts League Cup Final 5pm  ET & Pens

Cockhill Celtic V Greencastle FC

D McLaughlin asstd by M McGonigle & E McNamee

4th Official T Maloney

                                                         

                                                         

SUNDAY  12th May Maginn Park

Hannon Greene Insurances

Fr O Gara Cup Final 2pm ET & Pens

Cockhill Youths V Redcastle United

P McElhinney asstd by G O’Kane  & E Doherty

4th Official  JJ Lafferty

Match Reports Sunday 5th May

Inishowen Football League Reports  

Sunday 5th May    

FAI Junior Cup Final –

Cockhill make history in nail biting shootout.

Cockhill Celtic 1

Gorey Rangers 1 Cockhill win 3-1 on pens 

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Fixtures For Sunday 5th May

Inishowen Football League Weekly Fixtures 2023-24

Tuesday  30th April
Strand Hotel  Division One  7pm 
Cockhill Youths  Greencastle Youths  T O Loughlin
Wednesday  1st May  Maginn Park
Division One  Play Off 7pm
Buncrana Res  Sea Rovers 
M McGonigle  asstd by  E McDaid &  T Maloney 
Sunday 5th May   
FAI Junior Cup Final  Eamon Deacy Park

Galway 

2pm ET & Pens
Cockhill Celtic  Gorey Rangers 
Donegal Signs Cup  Semi Final  2pm ET & Pens 
Redcastle United  Buncrana Hearts 
W Harvey  asstd by  E Doherty   &  E McNamee
Charlie O Donnell  Cup Semi Final  2pm ET & Pens 
Culdaff FC  Dunree United 
T O’Loughlin asstd by  G McLaughlin &  E McDaid 

Match Reports Sunday 28th April

Inishowen Football League Reports  

Sunday 28th   April  

Ulster Junior Cup Final

Buncrana clinch three in a row

Buncrana Hearts                2

Letterkenny Rovers          2   

 

Buncrana win 7-6 in sudden death penalties.

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Inishowen Engineering Division Two “A” and “B” Tables

Inishowen Engineering  Division  Two  A

P W D L F A Pts
Sea Rovers  21 18 2 1 69 22 56
Gleneely Colts 21 18 2 1 71 24 56
Cockhill Res  21 14 0 7 72 44 42
Cockhill Colts 21 11 3 7 62 43 36
Aileach Youths  21 9 1 11 59 63 28
Culdaff Res  21 8 2 10 42 42 27
Redcastle Res  21 7 6 8 64 74 27
QPS Youth 21 8 2 11 43 58 26
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Fixtures For Sunday 28th April

Inishowen Football League Weekly Fixtures 2023-24

Saturday 27th April                       

Ulster Junior Cup Final  Ballyare 6pm ET & Pens

Letterkenny Rovers  V Buncrana Hearts                        

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