Inshowen League Presentation Dinner

Shane Crossan Crossan Jewelers presents the Premier Division Trophy to Glengad United Captain John Gerard Mc laughlin also in photo Brendan Mc laughlin (Culdaff) Player of the Year, and Adam Byrne collecting the top goal scorer award on Behalf of Terence Doherty ( Glengad)

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Buncrana Credit Union Cup Final


Denis Kelly from Buncrana Credit Union presents the Credit Union Cup to

Liam Mc Carron captain of Buncrana Hearts

Sunday 14th May 

Buncrana Credit Union Cup Final 

Buncrana Hearts          1       (won 6.5 on penalties)

Greencastle FC            1

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Reports 13th & 14th May

Inishowen Football League

Saturday 13th May

Charlie O Donnell Cup Final

Aileach FC           1

Culdaff FC           4

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Charlie O’ Donnell Final

Aileach 1-4 Culdaff

Culdaff won the Charlie O’ Donnell Memorial Trophy for the first time this evening in Maginn Park with a 4-1 victory over Aileach goals from Paul Mc Laughlin on 26min, Dermott Diver on 36min gave Culdaff a 2-0 half time lead they added two more goals in the second half from Eugene Mc Laughlin and Brian Mc Candless before Aileach got a goal back courtesy of an og Aileach did hit the crossbar twice late on but in truth Culdaff were the better team on the day and deserved their victory

Full Match Report Later


Pictured below Bernard Gubbins presenting the,                                      

Charlie O’ Donnell Trophy to     

Dillon Ruddy Captain of Culdaff F. C.

Reports 7th May

Inishowen Football League

Wednesday 3rd May

Jackie Crossan Premier Division    

Aileach FC                    0

Glengad United           1  

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Glengad win Title

Aileach 0-1 Glengad

Glengad United won their third Jackie Crossan Premier Division Title in a row tonight when they defeated Aileach at the Lakeside in a tight game where both teams had chances the only goal of the game came on 70 min when Seamus Doherty slid the ball past David Mc Geady in the Aileach goal to secure the win

League Secretary Diarmuid O’ Brien presents the Jackie Crossan premier division trophy to Glemgad Captain John Gerard Mc Laughlin

Fixtures for 5th & 6th May

Inishowen Football League

Wednesday 3rd May

Jackie Crossan Premier Division      7pm

Aileach FC  V  Glengad United    T Moyne



Saturday 6th May

Hannon Greene Insurances Fr O Gara Cup Final 

Et & Pens  Maginn Park  5pm

Illies Celtic  V  Moville Celtic

Eamon Doherty assisted by Danny McLaughlin & Tommy McAree


Sunday  7th May

Jackie Crossan Premier Division      2pm

Glengad  United   V  Buncrana Hearts L Davenport

Aileach FC   V Greencastle  FC   D McLaughlin

Reports Sunday 30th April

Sunday 30th  April

Ulster Junior Cup Final 

Culdaff FC          1          

Glengad United    2

Glengad got off to a dream start in the second minute after Stephen McLaughlin played a neat one two with James McKinney and took advantage of defensive hesitancy to race clear into the area and drill low past Darragh McLaughlin. Culdaff replied and Michael Coyle fed Eugene McLaughlin on the left his superb cross found Brendan McLaughlin who just failed to turn the ball home. A Ryan Greene free into the area saw Coyle flick the ball over before Glengad replied with a driven Seamus Doherty effort which McLaughlin gathered well. Midway through the half Glengad doubled their lead when Culdaff failed to clear a low corner and Seamus Doherty’s effort was blocked on the line but spun up into the air allowing Michael Byrne to power the ball over the line from a yard out. Culdaff kept pressing and Eugene McLaughlin had a low driven effort blocked by the outstretched leg of McLaughlin before on 43 minutes Coyle flicked on for Brendan McLaughlin whose early volley was parried away by Kevin McLaughlin. But they spurned the best chance on the stroke of half time when McLaughlin was upended in the area when he was certain to score. Culdaff’s misery was complete when keeper McLaughlin saved the spot kick and Brendan McLaughlin’s follow up came off the post  before being scrambled clear. Culdaff got off to a dream start in the second half when Brendan Mclaughlin fired a stunning twenty yards effort in off the underside of the bar. At the other end John G McLaughlin released Terence Doherty on the right but he was denied by a superb Ryan Greene tackle. At the other end in a similar situation Michael Coyel was denied by a brilliant tackle by John G McLaughlin. On 69 minutes Nigel McMonagle laid the ball off to Terence Doherty  but his low effort was turned round the post by Darragh McLaughlin. Culdaff ‘s hopes of getting back on terms evaporated when Brendan McLaughlin received a second yellow card for throwing the ball away infrustration. With Culdaff pushing hard in the latter stages Glengad should have killed the game off when Terence Doherty twice raced clear but was denied firstly by a JJ Doherty tackle before seeing his final effort  after he had rounded McLaughlin cleared off the line. Overall as in  all local derbies this was a close hard fought affair with Glengad the more clinical in completing back to back Ulster victories.


Jackie Crossan Premier Division     

Greencastle  FC                    3

Clonmany Shamrocks           0

In a typical end of season encounter Clonmany started the better and Michael Devlin shot over from the edge of the area before another Devlin cross came back off the bar. Greencastle replied and James Henry sent Matthew Henry through but he fired wide. Greencastle broke the deadlock on 22 minutes after a Matthew Henry corner found Ciaran Moore who headed to the top corner. Greencastle made it two nil on 40 minutes when Joe Doherty sent Matthew Henry clear and he fired low past Patrick Harkin.  Greencastle were the better team in the second half but failed to create any clear chances. They sealed the points on 77 minutes after a Shaun Doherty cross found Christy Hegarty who headed low to the bottom corner from twelve yards.