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Results

Club1st Half2nd HalfGoalsOutcome
Culdaff Reserves2Loss
Redcastle Reserves4Win

Details

Date Time League Season
24/09/2017 11:00 am Inishowen Engineering Division Two 2017/18

Ground

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

Match Report Saturday 27th May

Saturday   28th    May

Inish Grass Division Two Final

Carn Res 3

Cockhill Res 2

Carn Res  completed a hat trick of trophies this season when they added the Division Two Shield to their league and Fr O Gara Cup successes.

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Inishowen Engineering Division Two Tables

Inishowen Engineering  Division  Two  A

P W D L F A Pts
Carn  Res   © 25 19 5 1 65 22 62
Rashenny FC 25 19 2 4 77 27 59
Cockhill Res  25 16 1 8 95 50 49
Moville Res 25 13 4 8 70 52 43
Illies Res 25 12 3 10 44 49 39
Sea Rovers 25 11 3 11 57 44 36
Culdaff Res 25 6 4 15 31 64 22
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Fixtures for Saturday 27th May

Saturday   28th   May

Inish Grass Division Two Shield Final   5pm

Maginn Park ET & Pens

Carn Res v Cockhill Res

JJ Lafferty assisted by T Maloney & S Deeney . 4th Official M McGonigle

Match Reports Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st May

 

Saturday   21st   May

Ulster Senior Cup Final 

Cockhill  Celtic 2

Greencastle FC 1

Cockhill Celtic deservedly won the Ulster Senior Cup at a rain soaked Maginn Park on Saturday evening but Greencastle pushed them all the way and will be disappointed at the manner of the goals they conceded

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Fixture for Saturday 20th May and Sunday 21st May

Saturday 21 st May
Ulster Senior Cup Final Maginn Park 5pm ET & Pens
Cockhill Celtic v Greencastle FC

Sunday 21 st May
Inish Engineering Division Two A 11am
Carn Res v Rashenny FC
V Armianovskyi assisted by T O Loughlin & T Maloney

Inish Engineering Division Two B 11am
Carrowmena FC v Dunree Res S Deeney

Match Reports Sunday 14th May

Saturday    13th May

Clubman Shirts League Cup Final 

Buncrana Hearts 0

Greencastle   FC 1

In good conditions at Maginn Park Greencastle secured silverware this season with a  hard earned backs to the wall display in the second half to repel the league champions. Greencastle began well with James Henry firing over from twenty yards before Brennan Moore saw a free kick just clear the bar.

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