vs

Results

Club1st Half2nd HalfGoalsOutcome
Culdaff F.C.1Loss
QPS4Win

Report

Culdaff FC            1

QPS                      4

The home sides season of woe continues but the visitors recorded their first win of the season. QPS started well with Joseph Mckinney denied by a fine save from Puaric O Donnell. Culdaff replied and Michael Coyle headed wide from a corner before Dillon Ruddy released Coyle with a ball over the top but David Bell advanced to gather. The point spurned a great chance after an excellent Jordan Mclaughlin free found McKinney in front of goal but he miscued when he should have done better. After the home side lost possession on 26 minutes Odhran McColgan fed Joe McKinney through the centreand he poked the ball home past the advancing O’Donnell. McColgan then had a good effort well saved by O Donnell from a tight angle. The home side levelled on 33 minutes when Eugene McLaughlin fired a stunning free kick to the top corner from the edge of the area. But another defensive error before the break saw McColgan lay the ball off to Jordan McLaughlin who curled the ball with the outside of his right foot past O’Donnell. The point had a great start to the second period when McColgan converted a penalty which the home side hotly contested. Culdaff rallied and Coyle headed a Ryan Greene free over before Gary Collins released Niall McLaughlin through the middle and with Bell racing out of his area the big striker fired past him from thirty yards but it drifted just wide before substitute Jack McLaughlin had a shot blocked. The point completed the scoring when a Jordan McLaughlin free found Brian McColgan who powered a header to the roof of the net.

 

Details

Date Time League Season
02/10/2016 2:50 pm Jackie Crossan Premier Division 2016/17

Ground

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

Statement from the Inishowen Football League

The Inishowen Football League Management Committee , after consultation with all clubs, have decided to cancel the 2020- 2021 season . The leagues proposal was unanimously backed by the clubs. Given the recent government announcement it is hoped that clubs will be able to have a “normal”
pre-season in July in advance of the 2021-2022 season commencing in mid August. The league management would like to thank the clubs  for their co-operation in this process. As the Ulster Cup & Shield Competitions from 2019-2020 season were at an advanced stage the league will liaise  with the Ulster FA with a view to completing these competitions. League Management would also urge all clubs to continue to follow all the guidelines as laid out in the FAI return to train protocols. A  date for the AGM will be circulated to clubs  in due course.

Upcoming Coaching Courses

Dear Leagues,
Further to all the coach education ran to date this year for Inishowen underage club coaches, see below links for all information & booking of the upcoming PDP1 and PDP2 coaching courses that are coming up in May 2021 for coaches working with young players.
 Although these courses are aimed at specific ages, they are all both very relevant for all age groups underage and you can attend either without any previous course attendance as they are both entry level courses.

PDP1, Sat 8th May, 10am. (online course). For coaches working with players U6/8/10.
PDP2, Sat 22nd May, 10am (online course). For coaches working with players U12/U14.